Archive listings for Anything for a Tenor

Work type: One person show.

An Iestyn Edwards Double Bill - T070401001

Championed by Joanna Lumley, who chose one of his songs for her Desert Island Discs, Iestyn has had his own Channel 4 series, appeared on Sky Arts - and is a serious amount of fun. Outrageous, hilarious and also quite a hit with our British troops (and a regular performer in warzones such as Iraq and Afghanistan) .
27 Aug 10Firestation Arts & Culture, Windsor :: V740
listing details L1570703406

My Tutu's been AWOL! - T1208796876

"A rare and perfect synthesis of art and larkiness... unnerving skill in pirouettes...the audience howled with laughter, stamped and cheered!" - Libby Purves, The Times As heard by Her Majesty, and on Desert Island Discs, Midweek, Woman’s Hour and Loose Ends. A unique account of tours through outlying military bases in Iraq and Afghanistan. Find out how Iestyn dodged rockets and some serious square-bashing from RSM ’Tina’ Turner, why a Royal Marines Commando ordered him to sit on the naughty tank and how he won a coveted ’Hoofing’ award performing as Madame Galina in Camp Bastion. With works by Novello, Sherman, Schubert and Sullivan, this part-revue, part-dramatic monologue follows Iestyn through Iraq and Afghanistan in the company of Her Majesty’s Finest, with asides about his parents spiking his Ribena, Welsh Mair hijacking the 206 to get him to Builth Wells on time and sharing a dressing-room with a yodelling strip-a-gram giraffe. Then we meet Madame Galina, Forces’ Sweetheart herself
16 Jun 10The North Wall, Oxford :: V0818740866
listing details L062737449

T0450547102 (TOUR07)

Fresh from entertaining troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, a performance for Her Majesty The gibbering wreck, Iestyn storms back. Songs by Cole Porter, Franz Schubert and Sherman and Sherman are rudely interrupted by tales of Iestyn's parents drugging his Ribena, his ongoing terror at a yodeling strip-a-gram giraffe and his exploits in Iraq and Afghanistan. Age suitability: 13+ years
23 Feb 07Civic Theatre, Chelmsford :: V32
listing details L876294533

T0108309210 (NEWWOLSEY05)

He's back! Bon viveur, raconteur, son of a Merthyr yodelleur - join Iestyn for songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein, Cole Porter, Noel Coward, G&S et al, mixed with his uniquely hilarious take on his Welsh family, touring and his never ending fight for publicity with Eleanor of Acquitaine, Joan Collins and a singing strip-a-gram giraffe. Songs include: Miss Otis Regrets, My Grandfather's Clock and Oh for the Wings of a Dove.Author Iestyn Edwards. Performer Iestyn Edwards. Other Libby Purves (devised). Performer Clorinda Smith (accompanist).
10 Feb 06 to 11 Feb 06Lighthouse (previously known as Poole Arts Centre), Poole :: V910
listing details L02087148458
3 Dec 05Wyeside Arts Centre, Builth Wells :: V850
listing details L0584142357
29 Sep 05Croydon Clocktower: David Lean Cinema, Outer London :: V01465162029
listing details L24697027
8 Sep 05Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford :: V702
listing details L978437045
21 May 05New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich :: V81
listing details L1553841625

T0194929472 (PHOENIX03)

Iestyn returns to the Phoenix where many will remember his Madame Gallina the Russian Ballerina! Raconteur, bon viveur, son of a Merthyr Yodelleur, this is a trawl through the ups and downs of a singer's life with beautiful performance of songs familiar and not so familiar!Performer Iestyn Edwards.
3 Dec 04Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147
listing details L574849149
28 Nov 03Phoenix Theatre, Bordon :: V1147
listing details L715915458

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