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A musical fable of Broadway. Based on story and characters by Damon Runyon. Book written in 1950. A Salvation Army officer, Sister Sarah, attempts to save the souls of the New York gamblers. "Luck be a Lady", "I've Never Been in Love Before", "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat" Semi staged.Performers Adrian Lester (Sky Masterson), Jason Manford (Nathan Detroit), Meow Meow (Miss Adelaide), Clive Rowe (Nicely Nicely Johnson), Joe Stilgoe (Benny Southstreet), Cory English (Rusty Charlie), Lara Pulver (Sarah Brown), Stephen Mangan (Narrator), Sharon D Clarke (General Cartwright), Paul Nicholas (Arvide Abernathy, Stephane Anelli (Angie the Ox), Dan Burton (Harry the Horse), Cory English, Julian Forsyth (Lt Brannigan), Nia Jermin (Martha), Alexis Owen Hobbs (Agatha), S?van Stephan, Matthew Whennell-Clark (Calvin), Davide Fienauri, Stevie Hutchinson, Ross McLaren, Ebony Molina, Jo Morris, Cris Penfold, Jak Skelly, Rachel Stanley, Alexandra Waite-Roberts.
Music Frank Loesser. Lyrics Frank Loesser. Book by Jo Swerling. Book by Abe Burrows. Producer Royal Albert Hall. Producer Fiery Angel Entertainment. Director Stephen Mear. Choreographer Stephen Mear. Musical Director James McKeon. Design Morgan Large. Company Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
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