Tag Archives: Michael Roulston

Fiona Coffey: A Touch of Mrs Robinson

  A Touch of Mrs Robinson is Fiona Coffey’s first attempt at cabaret, and she presents a very interesting idea. Mrs Robinson is a character from The Graduate, a novel written by Charles Webb in 1963, and made into a … Continue reading

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Two Faced: Roulston and Young

Sarah-Louise Young and Michael Roulston return to the Crazy Coqs for a 3 night run of their original and funny show Two Faced. Read my review here:

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Sarah-Louise Young – a New Development in her Work

Sarah-Louise Young is currently appearing in her self-penned tribute to Julie Andrew “Julie Madly Deeply”. She talked to Fiona-Jane Weston here about this new work.

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