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The Boy Friend archiveSet in the roaring 20s, Polly Browne is a wealthy girl with only one thing in mind: to find a boyfriend. Her fear is that she will be loved not for herself, but for her money. After several meetings and misunderstandings, and in typical musical form, she finally finds her true love. This famous period musical includes such well known numbers as Won't You Charleston With Me?, A Room In Bloomsbury, It's Never Too Late To Fall In Love and the unforgettable title song. Theatre Royal in association with Nottingham Playhouse and Mercury Theatre Colchester.
Performers Robert McKewley, Lucy Quick, Fabiano Martell, Giselle Wright, Christian Michaelson, Sophia Thierens, Louise Smith, Alexis Caley, Tim Stanley, David Christopher.
Author Sandy Wilson. Director Ultz. Design Jenny Tiramani. Choreographer Quinny Sacks.

The Boy Friend

The Boy Friend (Musical) production archive for QTIX code T0796028144. Details of all The Boy Friend archived productions can be found under the QTIX code: S1440

Archive Listings

13 Oct 98
to
31 Oct 98
Mercury Theatre
Colchester
Essex
10 Sep 98
to
10 Oct 98
Playhouse
Nottingham
Nottinghamshire
11 Aug 98
to
5 Sep 98
Theatre Royal
York
North Yorkshire

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