Long before the Inbetweeners movie was even thought of, there was Summer Holiday, the classic 1963 film in which Cliff Richard and The Shadows enjoyed a far more innocent – but apparently just as action-packed – European adventure.
Summer Holiday: The Musical is lighthearted fun, perfect for those who want to reminisce about the 60s as well as those experiencing the story with fresh eyes.
Got your tickets yet for one of this Christmas’ must-see stage shows, the one that gave us the Christmas single Mistletoe and Wine? Check out our bumper gallery of behind-the-scenes rehearsal photos of The Little Match Girl, based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic short story, coming to the Tabard Theatre this December. Then get booking!
Have you seen the musical that gave us the Christmas single Mistletoe and Wine? The Little Match Girl, based on Hans Christian Andersen’s classic short story, gets a major London revival this Christmas, directed by the original musical’s composer Keith Strachan. Full cast now announced.
The script is sprinkled with as many songs as anecdotes – who knew for example that Bart could not write music? He would hum out a tune on his kazoo, while his good friend Eric Roberts (who was to score most of the Carry On movies) transcribed the melodies to written manuscript.
It is such a good idea to make a singing Hitler develop a Vegas lounge career as ‘Frank Sanazi’ with a coterie of ‘Iraq Pack’ dictators as his support acts – just a pity that the executions aren’t as thorough as at Nuremberg.