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Betty Blue Eyes - London

A new musical adaptation of Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray's film 'A Private Function'

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Adrian Scarborough on His Meaty West End Musical Debut in Betty Blue Eyes

Adrian Scarborough on His Meaty West End Musical Debut in Betty Blue Eyes

After years of exploring classic plays—from Shakespeare and Stoppard to David Hare and Alan Bennett—at the National Theatre, Adrian Scarborough is making his musical theater debut in Betty Blue Eyes, a stage adaptation of Bennett’s 1984 cult hit film A Private Function. Scarborough comes to the role of villainous meat inspector Wormold after an Olivier Award-winning performance ...

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Betty Blue Eyes Sets West End Closing Date

Betty Blue Eyes Sets West End Closing Date

Betty Blue Eyes, a musical adaptation of Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray's film A Private Function, will close at the West End’s Novello Theatre on September 24, 2011. This latest West End offering of musical theater impresario Cameron Mackintosh (The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables) began performances on March 19, 2011, directed by Richard Eyre and starring ...

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Sarah Lancashire on Co-Starring with a Beautiful Pig in London's Betty Blue Eyes

Sarah Lancashire on Co-Starring with a Beautiful Pig in London's Betty Blue Eyes

Sarah Lancashire has made a major name for herself in British TV, which is one of the reasons why her galvanic starring performance in the new Cameron Mackintosh/Richard Eyre musical Betty Blue Eyes comes as such a surprise. Lancashire has been on the West End before, most recently as Jane Krakowski’s replacement Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls ...

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Sarah Lancashire and Reece Shearsmith Gaze Toward Betty Blue Eyes in the West End

Sarah Lancashire and Reece Shearsmith Gaze Toward Betty Blue Eyes in the West End

Sarah Lancashire and Reece Shearsmith will star in Betty Blue Eyes, a new musical adaptation of Alan Bennett and Malcolm Mowbray's film A Private Function. Directed by Richard Eyre, the show and features a score by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe and book by Ron Cowen and Daniel Lipman. The production will begin performances on March 19, 2011 at ...

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