VenueBirmingham Repertory Theatre
Other spaces: The Door
CountyWest Midlands
From17th May 2017
Opened18th May 2017
To27th May 2017
When19:30. May17 18 at 19:00. Thu,Sat Mats 14:00
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A boy sees his mother having an affair and becomes deaf, dumb and blind. Only the acid queen can cure him - at which point he becomes somewhat of a megalomaniac. Additional material by John Entwistle and Keith Moon. Ken Russell did the film of the original album by The Who in 1975.
Author Pete Townshend
Book by Pete Townshend
Book by Des McAnuff

Archive :: production:T1237985202, musical:S1737, venue:V143

Production details

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Producer New Wolsey Theatre Ipswich
Producer Ramps on the Moon
Music John Entwistle (additional music)
Music Keith Moon (additional music)
Lyrics John Entwistle (additional lyrics)
Lyrics Keith Moon (additional lyrics)
Director Kerry Michael
Design Neil Irish
Choreographer Mark Smith
Musical Director Robert Hyman
Director Nicola Miles-Wildin (associate director)
Performer Peter Straker (Acid Queen)
Performer Lukus Alexander (Cousin Kevin)
Performer Alim Jayda (The Lover)
Performer Donna Mullings (Mrs Walker)
Performer Garry Robson (Uncle Ernie)
Performer Max Runham (Captain Walker)
Performer Amy Trigg (Sally Simpson)
Performer William Grint (Tommy)

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