LOST & Found: A Musical Revue

LOST & Found: A Musical Revue at LOST Theatre promises to be a one-night-only mash up of gender stereotypes in musical theatre. 

the performance seeks to explore exactly what it means to be a man or woman working in modern theatre.

Taking place in the raucous, racy world of a glam after-show party, the performance seeks to explore exactly what it means to be a man or woman working in modern theatre.

With the likes of Katie Brennan (the sultry hostess) to Chris Keating, Joe Leather, Ana Richardson, Chazz Redhead, Joanna Sawyer, Nanci Veitch and Benjamin Vivian-Jones gracing the LOST Theatre stage, the show promises to be quite the boisterous sing-along.

Told through a scintillating, bitter-sweet collection of songs from both modern and classic shows, including (but not limited to) The Wild Party, Into the Woods, City of Angels, Company, Carrie, Sunday in the Park with George, Kiss of the Spider Woman, Hello, Dolly!, Follies, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Assassins, Mame and Ordinary Days, you’d wish the house were not a mess, you’d wish the walls were full of gold, you’d wish the cow was full of milk and you’d wish you weren’t foolish enough to have missed it.

Directed and devised by Alexander Parker (Ordinary Days, Sweeney Todd, Cabaret) with musical direction by Josh Sood (Musical Director for Duncton Wood, Assistant Musical Director for NYMT 2015), Lost & Found features a live band, an immensely talented ensemble of actors and promises to be a dazzling, daring one-time show spectacular. 

Dates: 1st May 2015

Times: 19.30

Tickets: Full £15 / Concession £12

Venue: LOST Theatre, 208 Wandsworth Road, London SW8 2JU

Box Office: 0207 720 6897 or https://www.ticketsource.co.uk/date/161566

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