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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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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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Bumblescratch: The challenges of writing sung-through musicals

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Robert J Sherman is a composer, lyricist and book writer who is proud to carry on the enduring legacy of his father and uncle, Robert B and Richard M Sherman, a.k.a The Sherman Brothers, whose childhood musical classics include Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and Mary Poppins (whose stage versions are both currently revived on tour). Robert J Sherman’s own credits include A Spoonful of Sherman and Love Birds. And, with his latest show, BUMBLESCRATCH, he tackles something that even together his father and uncle never did: the sung-through musical.

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MARY POPPINS – Touring

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Zizi Strallen plays the leading role and I have to say she was more than “practically perfect” – she was absolute perfection personified in this new stage adaptation of the Walt Disney film classic of the stories written by P L Travers. Strallen effortlessly glides around the stage at times almost seeming to be on wheels, her poise and demeanour of this quintessentially British nanny merely demonstrated that she was sheer brilliance in casting for the role.