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Is it Jane and Michael Banks who need a nanny? Or is it their parents, George (the stuffy bank worker) and Winifred who actually need more looking after? Only one thing is certain. When Mary Poppins arrives, with her no-nonsense approach to making the right choices in life, nothing will ever be the same again.Performers Laura Michelle Kelly (Mary Poppins), Gavin Lee (Bert), David Haig (Mr Banks), Linzi Hateley (Mrs Banks), Jenny Galloway (Mrs Brill), Rosemary Ashe (Miss Andrew), Julia Sutton (Bird Woman), Kevin Williams (Park Keeper), Gerard Carey (Robertson Ay), Sarah Bayliss, Ian Burford, Ashley Day, Jye Frasca, Lewis Greenslade, Howard Jones, Sarah Keeton, Melanie La Barrie, Claire Maching, Matthew Malthouse, Stephen McGlynn, Tamara McKoy Patterson, Tim Morgan, Stuart Neal, Zak Nemorin, Terel Nugent, Lisa O'Hare, Pippa Raine, Louisa Shaw, Savannah Stevenson, Nathan Taylor, Philip Michael Thomas, Poppy Tierney, Agnes Vandrepote, Alan Vicary, Emma Woods, Andrew Wright.
Book by Pamela Travers. Music Richard M Sherman (1964 film). Music Robert B Sherman (1964 film). Lyrics Richard M. Sherman (1964 film). Lyrics Robert B. Sherman (1964 film). Producer Thomas Schumacher (for Disney Theatrical Productions). Producer Cameron Mackintosh. Director Richard Eyre. Choreographer Matthew Bourne (also co director). Choreographer Stephen Mear (additional choreography). Design Bob Crowley. Costume Bob Crowley. Lighting Howard Harrison. Sound Andrew Bruce. Sound Nick Lidster. Music William David Brohn (orchestration). Adapted by Julian Fellowes. Music George Stiles (additional). Music Anthony Drewe (additional). Lyrics George Stiles (additional). Lyrics Anthony Drewe (additional).
Mary Poppins. Practically Perfect? review19Sep04: I have a bit of a soft spot for the Disney film of Mary Poppins, so I have been looking forward with mixed anticipation and dread to the stage adaptation. When I saw it, it was only their fifth performance (still in preview) and I was sat on a bench seat
USER (11Oct04): it was a lovely beauiful i feraly enjoyed listening to my butler reading it to me whilst i was telling my maid toget me a cup of tea well to tell the truth i have got my buttler to write this lovely lovely lovely review
USER (10Oct04): Best show I've seen for ages
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