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Blondel archiveIn the reign of Richard The Lionheart, Blondel is an unfairly (in his view) unappreciated court musician, desperate for fame and fortune until his realisation that there are more important things in life - honesty, bravery and Fiona, the woman he loves. He is caught up in the political crises of the time; the leader of the country has taken the nation into a dodgy war in the Middle East, his deputy is a dishonest and lecherous man who is after his job, fame and celebrity seem to be the watchwords of the day, illegal immigrants are treated badly and indiscriminate killers stalk the whole of Europe. According to publicity material, only Prince John's tights remind us that this is the 12th century, not the 21st.

Creatives/Company

Lyrics: Tim Rice
Music: Stephen Oliver

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Archive listings for Blondel (2017)

Work type: Musical.

T1642744712

Music Mathew Pritchard (additional music). Producer Aaron Rogers. Producer Sasha Regan (for Union Theatre). Producer Donald Rice (for Heartaches Limited). Director Sasha Regan. Choreographer Chris Whittaker. Musical Director Simon Holt. Design Ryan Dawson Laight. Lighting Iain Dennis. Music Pete Hobbs (music co-ordinator). Musical Director Oliver George Rew. Director Adam Braham (casting director). Performer Connor Arnold (Blondel). Performer Courtney Bowman (Martha). Performer Michael Burgen (Assassin). Performer Lauren Byrne (Mabel / dance captain). Performer David Fearn (Monk). Performer Ryan Hall (Monk). Performer Jessie May (Fiona). Performer Katie Meller (Blondel's Mum). Performer Calum Melville (Monk / Archbishop). Performer Neil Moors (King Richard). Performer Craig Nash (Man in Green). Performer Michaela Stern (Sylvia). Performer James Thackeray (Prince John). Performer Jay Worthy (Saladin / Duke of Austria).
21 Jun 17 to 15 Jul 17Union Theatre, Inner London :: V1167
listing details L464952579

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