Two Lives
  • Brighton Fringe

I wrote a piece they all want to playMark Glentworth composes the world-famous percussion piece Blues for Gilbert and becomes long-time musical collaborator with celebrated actor/writer Steven Berkoff. So what next?SEVEN and a half YEARS reveals the extraordinary and uplifting true story of Marks life in this award-winning autobiographical musical. Join Mark on a journey from success to despair to a new beginning as he tells his touching, humorous and emotional story through the power of music. Glentworth rises to the challenge of the role magnificently... Directed by Julia Stubbs the result is a moving piece of theatre. ReviewsGate a biographical work like nothing I have ever seen... There are several very well-crafted songs in the show: songs not only from the heart but touching the heart of the listeners. Musical Theatre ReviewThis music is very, very moving Actor/Writer Steven Berkoff Runner-Up BEST MUSICAL a highly unusual biographical piece of musical theatre that is genuinely touching Musical Theatre Reviews Edinburgh Festival Fringe Awards

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