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My Mother Said I Never Should

Charlotte Keatley’s award-winning My Mother Said I Never Should, written in 1987, has since been translated into 23 languages, is studied in schools and has become one of the most often performed plays by a woman writer. Telling the story … Continue reading

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Lily Atkinson: Song Collection

“…an interesting artist showing considerable promise..” Continue reading

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Liliane Montevecchi

“…deep-throated husky voice .. French accent still beguiles .. as much as her feline fascinating movement” Continue reading

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Natalie Douglas: The Nat Pack: Sammy & Nat & Stevie & Joe

“..subtle, from the heart and sophisticated” Continue reading

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Tom Carradine: Carradine’s Cockney Sing-A-Long

“..dedicated and growing following..Carradine really gets the atmosphere going…accomplished musician..old-fashioned concept” Continue reading

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Stefan Bednarczyk: Beyond a Joke

“…highly engaging…a lesson in lyric delivery..virtuoso self-accompaniment on the piano..” Continue reading

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The Pianist of Willesden Lane

St James Theatre has staged a sensitive and powerful production of a show that might potentially have been a risk for the main house – a one-woman show featuring not an actress or singer, but a concert pianist with a … Continue reading

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