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Charity Hope Valentine - with her heart not only on her sleeve but tattooed on her arm - is a New York dance hostess at the Fandango Ballroom. She's a disaster zone when it comes to relationships - first she gets involved with an Italian movie star, quickly followed by the charming Oscar Lindquist who asks Charity to be his wife. But things are not quite as straight forward as they many seem.... Includes "Hey Big Spender", "If My Friends Could See Me Now" and "Rhythm of Life".Performers Rebecca Trehearn (Charity), Marc Elliott (Oscar), Cindy Belliot (Carmen), Jessica Buckby (Elaine), Danny Collins (Charlie), Louis Gaunt (Manfred), Emily Goodenough (Suzanne), Carly Mercedes Dyer (Helene), Sinead Long (Rosie), Emanuelle N'zuzi), Amy Ellen Richardson (Nickie), Carl Sanderson (Herman), Shaq Taylor (Daddy Brubeck), Leah West (Ursula).
Book by Neil Simon. Music Cy Coleman. Lyrics Dorothy Fields. Choreographer Bob Fosse (original). Company Nottingham Playhouse Theatre. Director Bill Buckhurst. Design takis. Lighting Joshua Carr. Sound Emma Laxton. Choreographer Alistair David. Sound Emma Laxton. Musical Director Caroline Humphris.
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