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  1. THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
 Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
 Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar Box office: sedos.co.uk Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March)
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    THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
 Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
 Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar Box office: sedos.co.uk Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March)
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    THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
 Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
 Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar Box office: sedos.co.uk Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm No show on Sunday or Monday (amdram calendar will not accept that info!) Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March)
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    THE DROWSY CHAPERONE
 Music and lyrics by Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison
 Book by Bob Martin and Don McKellar Box office: sedos.co.uk Winner of five Tony Awards including Best Book of Musical and Best Original Score, The Drowsy Chaperone bursts to life on the Bridewell Theatre stage this May. A Man sits at home, and looks for a cure for his “non-specific sadness”. He turns to his record collection and selects a little-known recording from the glory days of Broadway, “The Drowsy Chaperone”. As the record plays, we are transported into the world of a 1920s musical where there are gangsters, mistaken identities and a wedding that may or may not happen. While the musical comes to life around him, we not only learn more about the characters of the farcical production, but more about The Man and how he came to be sitting alone, feeling blue. Both a riot of musical silliness, and a commentary on the transformative powers of story-telling, this short show will appeal to the theatre geek in all of us. Bridewell Theatre Bride Lane, Fleet Street London EC4Y 8EQ 3-13 May 2017
 Evenings at 7.30pm, Saturday matinees at 2.30pm No show on Sunday or Monday (amdram calendar will not accept that info!) Box office: sedos.co.uk Tickets £14.50-23 Early bird offer: buy tickets before the end of March 2017 and get £1 off the price of a ticket (discount prices automatically shown on the box office for all tickets bought before 31 March)
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    The Accrington Pals is a beautiful play by Peter Whelan about the women and men from a town during the raising of Kitchener’s Army, during World War I. This new production will be modern dress; acknowledging that this pithy, often funny, human-interest play has the opportunity to open the audiences view to a sense of history repeating rather than the distance of a centenary war. This is a town that throbs and pulses with life, even as death advances. An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd https://sedos.co.uk/2017/theaccringtonpals.htm
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    The Accrington Pals is a beautiful play by Peter Whelan about the women and men from a town during the raising of Kitchener’s Army, during World War I. This new production will be modern dress; acknowledging that this pithy, often funny, human-interest play has the opportunity to open the audiences view to a sense of history repeating rather than the distance of a centenary war. This is a town that throbs and pulses with life, even as death advances. An amateur production by arrangement with Samuel French Ltd https://sedos.co.uk/2017/theaccringtonpals.htm

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