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Steven Pacey London theatre
clareblues1
Hi Scott, afternoon matinee Smile 2.30pm
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Scott
clareblues1 wrote:

Hi Scott, afternoon matinee Smile 2.30pm


Thanks Clare, ticket now booked.

Cheers.

ScottAngry
 
clareblues1
See you there Scott! Smile
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the wise reject what they think.
 
President Solvite
Well just got back from the production at Chichester.

Superb cast and production of Loves Labour Lost.
Nicely set at the beginning of the 20th century, lots of humour and laughs and superb music. Set was very impressive too without being excessive.

Think you guys are in for a treat Smile

Will be seeing Much Ado in two weeks time, should be good Smile
 
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Angry Angel
Yes, I really enjoyed Love's Labour's Lost, the cast are excellent (including Steven, of course, who gets to do a bit of singing), and it was very funny.
 
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clareblues1
Excellent news! February seems a long time away but I'm sure it will soon arrive.
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Angry Angel
Here's a review of LLL, including a mention for Steven, "Along the way Jamie Newall as Lord Boyet, a suave equerry to the princess and Steven Pacey, the verbose schoolmaster Holofernes, give particularly memorable performances." http://www.therev...hichester/

And a Much Ado review, with another mention for Steven: http://www.therev...hichester/
 
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clareblues1
Cheers AA, will get the links onto Steven's website Smile
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President Solvite
Been to Much Ado... today, again another solid performance, great set, music and production.

SP was busy on the phone afterwards, so we didn't get to chat but since we needed to get home fairly soon anyway.

We must do this more often! Smile
 
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Angry Angel
Much Ado was great, all of you who are seeing next year are in for a treat!
 
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clareblues1
That's great to hear Smile
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Spaceresearcher
Nice. I' certainly check them out if I could. Shame they dont do DVD's or Blurays of these stage productions. It would open the world of theatre up to a much larger audience. At a theatre back in Newcastle NSW Australia they did a Terry Pratchet play and people came from everywhere to see it.

I'd wished I could have checked out Mr Pacey's performance of Spam a lot. That was based on Terry Gilliam work if I'm not mistaken.

Please do share the goodness and glad some of you have found them to be top productions(as if they wouldn't be with Steven Pacey in them right?)
 
clareblues1
Scott, Hugbot and Mistletoe...looking ahead to our outing on 18 February...I will start researching a suitable eating venue.

I think a pre-show lunch sounds good, but we can also find somewhere to retire to for drinkies afterwards...Travisina isn't able to join us for the play but does want to meet up with us all.
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Hugbot
Having a pre-show lunch AND drinks afterwards sounds great! It's always fun to hang out with the gang.
Thank you for organising this. It is good to know that after the exhausting journey, I can relax in the anticipation of a well-prepared outing.
 
Mistletoe12
While I pencilled my name in for the theatre trip, I never did book tickets. It would be lovely to see Steven perform, but this time around I will have to forego the fun.

But both I and Mistletoe Minor would love to join you all for lunch. It'll be lovely to see and catch up with those going. So, yes, please include us in with the lunch plans. My thanks too for organising this. Grin
 
Anniew
Would love to join you for lunch. Hope I can make it. Please let me know where you're eating. Just looked online and the cheapest ticket is 57 so a bit beyond my price. Guess the cheaper ones have sold out. May leave it to the day and trust to luck!! But lunch would be fun.
Just because I can't sing doesn't mean I won't.
 
clareblues1
Hi Mistletoe and Annie, love to have you along for lunch as well Smile Will keep you posted.

Hugbot, I'll cut you a deal, if you bring some of that delicious marzipan from Lubeck, I'll get some Grasmere Gingerbread for you, save you the 20 delivery! A fair exchange is no robbery as they say Smile
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clareblues1
Incidentally, if anyone who is coming for the social gathering but not the play and still would like to meet with Steven afterwards, can you let me know so we know who else to expect. Cheers Smile
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Travisina
Annie, Mistletoe and anyone else coming to socialise but not to see the play, how about we:

1. Meet the others for lunch
2. Hang out together somewhere - indoors or outdoors depending on weather
3. Meet the others + Steven afterwards

Who's up for that?
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Mistletoe12
Travisina wrote:

Annie, Mistletoe and anyone else coming to socialise but not to see the play, how about we:

1. Meet the others for lunch
2. Hang out together somewhere - indoors or outdoors depending on weather
3. Meet the others + Steven afterwards

Who's up for that?


You read my mind. I was going to suggest the exact same plan. We can easily hang out at a coffee place and meet up with the others afterwards. The whole day out will be lovely. Grin
 
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