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Turning the volume up on MUTED’s concert & album

In Albums, Concerts, London theatre, Musicals, News, Opinion, Reviews by Jonathan BazLeave a Comment

Muted, being staged in a concert performance in early February, looks like an interesting and exciting venture, with the gig being timed to mark its album’s launch. Penned by the double-hyphened partnership of Tim Prottey-Jones and Tori Allen-Martin from Sarah Henley’s book, Muted re-works the original musical After The Turn, a 2012 production that itself received much acclaim with Mark Shenton dubbing it “the British Rent”.

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ALBUM REVIEW: Tim Prottey-Jones – To Do. To Be.

In Albums, Features, London theatre, Musicals, Opinion, Reviews by Caroline Hanks-FarmerLeave a Comment

I first came across Tim Prottey-Jones when I saw Once at the Phoenix Theatre, where Tim was playing music shop owner Billy. When I saw that he was releasing an album, I quickly made contact to see if I could listen and review for my site, feeling intrigued as to what kind of songs would be on there. Tim is a versatile multi-faceted musician, who has an immense wealth of experience in both performance and production of high quality music. Now starring in Kinky Boots, just what does his latest offering give us?