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Summer Holiday the musical at the Edinburgh Playhouse? What great timing I would say as rain clouds turn to sun just like the movie did all those years ago. The stage show was based on the movie too and keeps close to the plot with the attraction of more Cliff Richard songs that were not in the original film in 1963. The musical is a new UK tour and some will remember a similar visit to this venue back in the day with Darren Day as Don in the title role. He was very like Cliff, wore tight trousers and flirted throughout that show causing woops from the ladies in the audience reimagining their new version of Sir Cliff. Well the lead part now goes to Ray Quinn who I remember from X Factor f

Steps revival

DUNDEE REP ENSEMBLE THE 39 Steps Murthly Village Hall JUNE 09th 2018 Goodness I hardly know where to begin with this review. For those of us of a certain age Saturday evenings performance, of Scot John Buchan’s classic novel The 39 Steps, was like stepping into a time machine and being transported back to when we would gather around the wireless set in the scullery, sitting room or even under the bedclothes with a little crystal set completely enthralled at the adventures of derring-do to be heard on the radio. How we thrilled at Dick Barton Special Agent, Journey Into Space, Appointment With Fear and the many programmes to be enjoyed on Saturday Night Theatre. Once a year ambitious DRE head

A Musical from Sting

Northern Stage The Last Ship Festival Theatre Edinburgh JUNE 15th 2018 There can be few avid theatre goers who are unaware of the sometimes troubled waters which this show has had to navigate through. However this latest touring production hove to in the calm harbour which is the Festival Theatre for a week long shore leave. Right that is the end of my sailing metaphors for this revue (well maybe). As a broadcaster I was sent the soundtrack to Sting’s then new show at the time of release and whilst I did enjoy hearing the tracks I felt somewhat detached from the material as few of the “songs” had the kind of catchy melodies present in many musicals. Now however matching the visuals and story