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FEATURED SHOW: A Spoonful of Sherman at Live at Zedel, ★★★★ reviews are in!

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Have you seen the great reviews for our Featured Show, Sherman Brothers tribute A Spoonful of Sherman? Stewart Nicholls’ production must finish its strictly limited season at renown cabaret venue Live at Zedel this Sunday 20 August 2017? A selection of some of our favourite review quotes – including from Mates Jonathan Baz and Caroline Hanks-Farmer – is gathered below…

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More than a Spoonful: How well do you know The Sherman Brothers?

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A Spoonful of Sherman celebrates a century of Sherman family music, including the childhood hits of Disney favourites The Sherman Brothers. Robert J Sherman, the son of ‘brother’ Robert B Sherman explains how the show has changed since its first outing three years ago.

More than a Spoonful: How well do you know The Sherman Brothers?

In Cabaret, Children's theatre, Concerts, Features, Interviews, Musicals, Native, Opinion, Quotes, Ticket recommendations by Guest BloggersLeave a Comment

A Spoonful of Sherman celebrates a century of Sherman family music, including the childhood hits of Disney favourites The Sherman Brothers. Robert J Sherman, the son of ‘brother’ Robert B Sherman explains how the show has changed since its first outing three years ago.

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WATCH: Helena Blackman & Daniel Boys in rehearsal for A Spoonful of Sherman

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Helena Blackman and Daniel Boys star alongside Robert J Sherman in the London return of A Spoonful of Sherman, a magical evening of musical theatre cabaret celebrating a century of Sherman family song-writing. The new production runs for two weeks only at Live at Zedel from 7 to 20 August 2017.

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TITANIC – Charing Cross Theatre

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Can I start with a confession? I never really “got” Titanic… Sure, Maury Yeston’s music and Peter Stone’s book had the requisite bombast, but I’d never seen much evidence of the heart. Leave it to Thom Southerland and Danielle Tarento to prove me wrong again, as they did with Grand Hotel last year… Maybe next time I’ll have learned my lesson!

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Review: Noel and Gertie (The Cockpit Theatre, London)

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Noel and Gertie is a confection wherein the music, lyrics and play extracts of Noel Coward are used to illustrate the close friendship between the vastly talented author and his intermittent co-star but lifelong friend Gertrude Lawrence. In their stage heyday, they were as photographed, gossiped about and feted as Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. […]

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