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Pick Yourself Up archiveIt’s showtime at The Trocadero and things are not what they seem. Public Enemy Number One - Joe "Hatchetface" Tamales thinks he’s found a world-renowned shrink to cure his sick daughter. But she’s not really sick; just love-sick. And the shrink’s not really a doctor; he’s Tom, a dancer from the club. Swapping top hat and tails for fake beard and dodgy Austrian accent Tom parades as the eccentric Dr Herman Bratwurst. He’s going to need more than fancy footwork to pull off this performance! Strike up the Band for a fast-paced, feel-good frenzy in 1930s New York! Packed with the most popular songs by George Gershwin, Cole Porter and Jerome Kern including I Got Rhythm, Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off, I’ve Got You Under my Skin, Let’s Misbehave and many more. It’s just the tonic, so Pick yourself up, dust yourself off and start all over again.

Author Stephen Wyatt.

Archive listings for Pick Yourself Up

Work type: Musical.

T1586621072

Company Cut to the Chase. Director Matt Devitt. Design Rodney Ford. Musical Director Julian Littman. Choreographer Cara Elston. Lighting Chris Howcroft. Sound Alexander Broad. Performer Jared Ashe. Performer Allison Harding. Performer Elliot Harper. Performer Simon Jessop. Performer Tom Jude. Performer Greg Last. Performer Natasha Moore. Performer Matthew Quinn. Performer Sarah Scowen.
4 Mar 11 to 26 Mar 11Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch :: V41
listing details L0915911150

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