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Postcards from God archivePostcards from God is a vibrant and enchanting musical portrait of renowned 'art nun' Sister Wendy Beckett. With her homespun philosophy that art is meant for everyone, Sister Wendy became a household name in the nineties with her televised tours of the UK, Europe and America. But as the reluctant pop icon swapped her humble mobile home for the caravan of fame, her simple life would never be the same again. Featuring gospel, pop. rock 'n' roll and rap, Postcards from God's bold new score is composed in styles as various as the artworks, depicted in the show. A cast of all-singing, all-dancing nuns bring this poignant parable about the world's only 'nun critic superstar' to life in vivid colour. Postcards from God website.

Author Marcus Reeves. Author Beccy Smith (adapted from the life and works of Sister Wendy Beckett. Music Marcus Reeves. Lyrics Marcus Reeves.

Archive listings for Postcards from God

Work type: Musical.

The Sister Wendy Musical - T0806198239

Producer Simon James Collier (in association with Mr Theatre and Hackney Empire Limited). Company Okai Collier Company. Director Omar F. Okai. Design Harry Scott. Costume Christina Pomeroy. Costume Emily Pain. Costume Angels Costumiers. Music Tyrone Landau (musical arranger). Musical Director Heather Weir. Design Chris Gylee. Lighting Lawrence stromski. Performer Gay Soper (Sister Wendy Beckett). Performer Louise Hollamby (Sr. Anna Maraia/Young Cuz). Performer Nicola Blackman (Sr. Rosita/Pammy/Sugar Hill). Performer Catherine Millsom (Sr. Imelda/Young Wendy/Fern Britten). Performer Marcus Reeves (Makeup Boy/St John/Air Steward). Performer Sophie Adams (Venus). Performer Hannah Everitt (Young Wendy). Performer Rachel Izen (Cuz). Performer Colette Kelly (Mother Ruth/Penelope/Sheri). Performer Gemma Maclean (Young Daphne). Performer Chris Polick (Daniel).
4 Mar 08 to 23 Mar 08Hackney Empire, Outer London :: V309
listing details L0976258220

The Sister Wendy Musical - T951985780

Company Okai Collier Company. Director Omar F. Okai. Music Tyrone Landau (musical arranger). Musical Director Heather Weir. Design Chris Gylee. Lighting Adam Bullock. Performer Juliet Gough (Daniel/Brandy Le Brun). Performer Louise Hollamby (Sister Amelia). Performer Andrea Miller (Mother Ruth/Penelope). Performer Catherine Millsom (Coz). Performer Myra Sands (Sister Wendy Beckett).
8 Jan 07 to 3 Feb 07Jermyn Street Theatre, Inner London :: V207
listing details L02139803562

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