Monday, 30 May 2011

What a GLEEful show

Last night's show at the Lost Theatre, Vauxhall, was a rip-roaring success. With an incredibly warm and enthusiastic audience, a whole bunch of fresh talent, and a few new friends, I found GLEE S-COOL 2; BACK TO COOL a thoroughly enjoyable experience.

Some of the mash-up highlights were Hallelujah/Telephone by Kimberly Blake, and Respect/Someone Like You by Zara Kadir.

Of the 3 MDs, I was lucky to have Katy Lipson to arrange my mash-up of Save Tonight and She Will Be Loved.

Also worth noting was Lillie Collier, who as an emcee has great warmth and a quick wit!

Saturday, 28 May 2011

Workshop of our new musical play...

The information about the new kids' musical play 'The Rainbow Collector' by myself and the charming Christopher Burr is largely hush-hush - it's very early days yet.

HOWEVER, I can let slip one tasty tidbit:
The Rainow Primary School has expressed interest in hosting the workshop premiere of our musical play sometime in 2012...

Watch this space!

Monday, 23 May 2011

GLEE S-COOL is back with a vengance!

After a brief rain-check, I'm pleased to announce that the sequel to Paul Taylor-Mills' smash hit show GLEE S-COOL will be staged at Lost Theatre, Vauxhall this coming Sunday.

The show, named GLEE S-COOL 2; BACK TO COOL? is a Glee extravaganza;
Have you ever wondered what school would be like if P-O-P was the new P.E and G.L.E.E is the equivalent to a G.C.S.E? Set in the fictional halls of Glee School, students and their stunning headmistress reflect on their time a Glee School, now that the end of term is fast approaching.

With a 30-strong cast, some awesome chorus numbers, and a whole bunch of iconic songs of the last 30 years mashed up in original and exciting ways, The Lost Theatre is the place to be this Sunday Evening! I'm pleased to be performing, as a part of the '3rd Year', a unique arrangement of Save Tonight (by Eagle-Eye Cherry) and She Will Be Loved (by Maroon 5) - MD'd by the beautiful and talented Katy Lipson.

Come and meet the class of 2011 and let them treat you to some of pops most iconic songs presented in a way that you never thought they could work. With a host of over 20 West Ends stars and a few cheeky surprises, this is an evening not to be missed! By the time class is dismissed, everyone will want to stay for detention!

Director: Paul Taylor-Mills
Musical Directors: Katy Lipson, Steven Luke Walker and Ross Leadbeater
Choreographer: Jodie-Lee Wilde

Tickets are £12/£15 and are available from: or on 0844 847 1680

See you all there!