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Guess the theme week on Stage Door

Hello there,

It was very exciting this week as it was up to you to guess the theme. As always all the tracks form a connection, but what is it? Have a look at playlist below and try and work it out. It isn’t travel or tongue twisters. All will be revealed at the beginning of next week’s show.

My thanks to my guests: Hannah, Louise, Lauren and Bill from Shenfield Operatic Society who came it to talk about their production of The Mikado that will be at the Brentwood Theatre on the 5-9th July. If you would like to hear a section of the interview including a little bit of The Three Little Maids sung a cappella just for us. To book call the Society’s Box Office 01708 700625 or www.shenfieldoperaticsociety.co.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Shenfield-Operatic-Society-Interview.mp3|titles=Shenfield Operatic Society Interview]

Other things you might be interested in include Much Ado about Nothing by Theatre Setup a professional touring shakespeare company who will be at Ingatestone Hall on 7th August – Box Office 01277 353010. An Evening of Burlesque at The Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on 24th June at 7.45pm on 01245 606505 www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres. Music Hall at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch 30th June 2.30pm call 01708 443333 www.queens-theatre.co.uk. Billy Ocean will be going to the Towngate Theatre in Basildon on 14th September. Box Office 01268 465465 or www.essex-live.co.uk.

Here’s the playlist – Happy guessing with the theme. Next week will be ‘A few of my favourite things ‘ yes favourites from my collection.

1. On the street where you live (by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, from My Fair Lady) 2001 London revival cast

2. It’s a long way to Tipperary (by Jack Judge, from Oh, What a Lovely War!) Maria Friedman and company – The Great British Songbook

3. Fidelity Fiduciary Bank (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Mary Poppins) Dick van Dyke, David Tomlinson and company – 1964 film soundtrack

4. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)2002 original London cast

5. Mr Cladwell (by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, from Urinetown) John Cullum and company – 2001 original Broadway cast

6. Dumb dog (by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, from Annie) Aileen Quinn – 1982 film soundtrack

7. Overture (by Frank Loesser, from The Most Happy Fella) National Symphony Orchestra – 2010 studio cast

8. All Down Piccadilly (by Lionel Monckton, Howard Talbot and Arthur Wimperis, from The Arcadians) 1968 studio cast

9. Take a chance on me (by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, from Mamma Mia!) Julie Walters and Stellan Skarsgard – 2008 film soundtrack

10. We’ll take a glass together (by Robert Wright and George Forrest, from Grand Hotel) 1989 original Broadway cast

11. Behold the Lord High Executioner (by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, from The Mikado) Martyn Green and company – 1950 studio cast

12. Electricity (by Elton John and Lee Hall, from Billy Elliot)2005 original London cast

13. We saw the sea (by Irving Berlin, from Follow the Fleet) Fred Astaire and company – The Very Best of Fred Astaire

14. Prisoners of love (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers)Nathan Lane, Uma Thurman and 2005 film cast

15. The ballad of Sweeney Todd (by Stephen Sondheim, from Sweeney Todd) 1979 original Broadway cast

16. Top hat, white tie and tails (by Irving Berlin, from Top Hat) Swingle Singers

Guess the theme week on Stage Door

Hello there,

It was very exciting this week as it was up to you to guess the theme. As always all the tracks form a connection, but what is it? Have a look at playlist below and try and work it out. It isn’t travel or tongue twisters. All will be revealed at the beginning of next week’s show.

My thanks to my guests: Hannah, Louise, Lauren and Bill from Shenfield Operatic Society who came it to talk about their production of The Mikado that will be at the Brentwood Theatre on the 5-9th July. If you would like to hear a section of the interview including a little bit of The Three Little Maids sung a cappella just for us. To book call the Society’s Box Office 01708 700625 or www.shenfieldoperaticsociety.co.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Shenfield-Operatic-Society-Interview.mp3|titles=Shenfield Operatic Society Interview]

Other things you might be interested in include Much Ado about Nothing by Theatre Setup a professional touring shakespeare company who will be at Ingatestone Hall on 7th August – Box Office 01277 353010. An Evening of Burlesque at The Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on 24th June at 7.45pm on 01245 606505 www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres. Music Hall at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch 30th June 2.30pm call 01708 443333 www.queens-theatre.co.uk. Billy Ocean will be going to the Towngate Theatre in Basildon on 14th September. Box Office 01268 465465 or www.essex-live.co.uk.

Here’s the playlist – Happy guessing with the theme. Next week will be ‘A few of my favourite things ‘ yes favourites from my collection.

1. On the street where you live (by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, from My Fair Lady) 2001 London revival cast

2. It’s a long way to Tipperary (by Jack Judge, from Oh, What a Lovely War!) Maria Friedman and company – The Great British Songbook

3. Fidelity Fiduciary Bank (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Mary Poppins) Dick van Dyke, David Tomlinson and company – 1964 film soundtrack

4. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)2002 original London cast

5. Mr Cladwell (by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, from Urinetown) John Cullum and company – 2001 original Broadway cast

6. Dumb dog (by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, from Annie) Aileen Quinn – 1982 film soundtrack

7. Overture (by Frank Loesser, from The Most Happy Fella) National Symphony Orchestra – 2010 studio cast

8. All Down Piccadilly (by Lionel Monckton, Howard Talbot and Arthur Wimperis, from The Arcadians) 1968 studio cast

9. Take a chance on me (by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, from Mamma Mia!) Julie Walters and Stellan Skarsgard – 2008 film soundtrack

10. We’ll take a glass together (by Robert Wright and George Forrest, from Grand Hotel) 1989 original Broadway cast

11. Behold the Lord High Executioner (by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, from The Mikado) Martyn Green and company – 1950 studio cast

12. Electricity (by Elton John and Lee Hall, from Billy Elliot)2005 original London cast

13. We saw the sea (by Irving Berlin, from Follow the Fleet) Fred Astaire and company – The Very Best of Fred Astaire

14. Prisoners of love (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers)Nathan Lane, Uma Thurman and 2005 film cast

15. The ballad of Sweeney Todd (by Stephen Sondheim, from Sweeney Todd) 1979 original Broadway cast

16. Top hat, white tie and tails (by Irving Berlin, from Top Hat) Swingle Singers

Guess the theme week on Stage Door

Hello there,

It was very exciting this week as it was up to you to guess the theme. As always all the tracks form a connection, but what is it? Have a look at playlist below and try and work it out. It isn’t travel or tongue twisters. All will be revealed at the beginning of next week’s show.

My thanks to my guests: Hannah, Louise, Lauren and Bill from Shenfield Operatic Society who came it to talk about their production of The Mikado that will be at the Brentwood Theatre on the 5-9th July. If you would like to hear a section of the interview including a little bit of The Three Little Maids sung a cappella just for us. To book call the Society’s Box Office 01708 700625 or www.shenfieldoperaticsociety.co.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Shenfield-Operatic-Society-Interview.mp3|titles=Shenfield Operatic Society Interview]

Other things you might be interested in include Much Ado about Nothing by Theatre Setup a professional touring shakespeare company who will be at Ingatestone Hall on 7th August – Box Office 01277 353010. An Evening of Burlesque at The Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on 24th June at 7.45pm on 01245 606505 www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres. Music Hall at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch 30th June 2.30pm call 01708 443333 www.queens-theatre.co.uk. Billy Ocean will be going to the Towngate Theatre in Basildon on 14th September. Box Office 01268 465465 or www.essex-live.co.uk.

Here’s the playlist – Happy guessing with the theme. Next week will be ‘A few of my favourite things ‘ yes favourites from my collection.

1. On the street where you live (by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, from My Fair Lady) 2001 London revival cast

2. It’s a long way to Tipperary (by Jack Judge, from Oh, What a Lovely War!) Maria Friedman and company – The Great British Songbook

3. Fidelity Fiduciary Bank (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Mary Poppins) Dick van Dyke, David Tomlinson and company – 1964 film soundtrack

4. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)2002 original London cast

5. Mr Cladwell (by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, from Urinetown) John Cullum and company – 2001 original Broadway cast

6. Dumb dog (by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, from Annie) Aileen Quinn – 1982 film soundtrack

7. Overture (by Frank Loesser, from The Most Happy Fella) National Symphony Orchestra – 2010 studio cast

8. All Down Piccadilly (by Lionel Monckton, Howard Talbot and Arthur Wimperis, from The Arcadians) 1968 studio cast

9. Take a chance on me (by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, from Mamma Mia!) Julie Walters and Stellan Skarsgard – 2008 film soundtrack

10. We’ll take a glass together (by Robert Wright and George Forrest, from Grand Hotel) 1989 original Broadway cast

11. Behold the Lord High Executioner (by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, from The Mikado) Martyn Green and company – 1950 studio cast

12. Electricity (by Elton John and Lee Hall, from Billy Elliot)2005 original London cast

13. We saw the sea (by Irving Berlin, from Follow the Fleet) Fred Astaire and company – The Very Best of Fred Astaire

14. Prisoners of love (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers)Nathan Lane, Uma Thurman and 2005 film cast

15. The ballad of Sweeney Todd (by Stephen Sondheim, from Sweeney Todd) 1979 original Broadway cast

16. Top hat, white tie and tails (by Irving Berlin, from Top Hat) Swingle Singers

Guess the theme week on Stage Door

Hello there,

It was very exciting this week as it was up to you to guess the theme. As always all the tracks form a connection, but what is it? Have a look at playlist below and try and work it out. It isn’t travel or tongue twisters. All will be revealed at the beginning of next week’s show.

My thanks to my guests: Hannah, Louise, Lauren and Bill from Shenfield Operatic Society who came it to talk about their production of The Mikado that will be at the Brentwood Theatre on the 5-9th July. If you would like to hear a section of the interview including a little bit of The Three Little Maids sung a cappella just for us. To book call the Society’s Box Office 01708 700625 or www.shenfieldoperaticsociety.co.uk.

[audio:https://www.phoenixfm.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/Shenfield-Operatic-Society-Interview.mp3|titles=Shenfield Operatic Society Interview]

Other things you might be interested in include Much Ado about Nothing by Theatre Setup a professional touring shakespeare company who will be at Ingatestone Hall on 7th August – Box Office 01277 353010. An Evening of Burlesque at The Civic Theatre, Chelmsford on 24th June at 7.45pm on 01245 606505 www.chelmsford.gov.uk/theatres. Music Hall at the Queen’s Theatre, Hornchurch 30th June 2.30pm call 01708 443333 www.queens-theatre.co.uk. Billy Ocean will be going to the Towngate Theatre in Basildon on 14th September. Box Office 01268 465465 or www.essex-live.co.uk.

Here’s the playlist – Happy guessing with the theme. Next week will be ‘A few of my favourite things ‘ yes favourites from my collection.

1. On the street where you live (by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe, from My Fair Lady) 2001 London revival cast

2. It’s a long way to Tipperary (by Jack Judge, from Oh, What a Lovely War!) Maria Friedman and company – The Great British Songbook

3. Fidelity Fiduciary Bank (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Mary Poppins) Dick van Dyke, David Tomlinson and company – 1964 film soundtrack

4. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (by Robert and Richard Sherman, from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang)2002 original London cast

5. Mr Cladwell (by Mark Hollmann and Greg Kotis, from Urinetown) John Cullum and company – 2001 original Broadway cast

6. Dumb dog (by Charles Strouse and Martin Charnin, from Annie) Aileen Quinn – 1982 film soundtrack

7. Overture (by Frank Loesser, from The Most Happy Fella) National Symphony Orchestra – 2010 studio cast

8. All Down Piccadilly (by Lionel Monckton, Howard Talbot and Arthur Wimperis, from The Arcadians) 1968 studio cast

9. Take a chance on me (by Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, from Mamma Mia!) Julie Walters and Stellan Skarsgard – 2008 film soundtrack

10. We’ll take a glass together (by Robert Wright and George Forrest, from Grand Hotel) 1989 original Broadway cast

11. Behold the Lord High Executioner (by W. S. Gilbert and Arthur Sullivan, from The Mikado) Martyn Green and company – 1950 studio cast

12. Electricity (by Elton John and Lee Hall, from Billy Elliot)2005 original London cast

13. We saw the sea (by Irving Berlin, from Follow the Fleet) Fred Astaire and company – The Very Best of Fred Astaire

14. Prisoners of love (by Mel Brooks, from The Producers)Nathan Lane, Uma Thurman and 2005 film cast

15. The ballad of Sweeney Todd (by Stephen Sondheim, from Sweeney Todd) 1979 original Broadway cast

16. Top hat, white tie and tails (by Irving Berlin, from Top Hat) Swingle Singers

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