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All Those Christmas Clichés a new seasonal revue, 16 & 17 Dec 03 at Landor (Fringe)
A new seasonal revue All Those Christmas Clichés will be at the Landor Theatre (a Fringe Venue in Clapham, south London) on Tue & Wed 16 & 17 Dec 2003, starring Andrea Colley, Lorraine Graham, Fiona Lussier, David Randall and Paul Spicer
It's that time of year again. It's Christmas Eve and five old friends meet to enact a pact made years previous in which they vowed to spend a Christmas together in the absence of partners and families. Liquor, laughter, lust and love ensue to create a heady cocktail of seasonal shenanigans in which traditional Christmas songs feature alongside musical theatre fare with a festive twist in an innovative new show that brings every conceivable Christmas cliche to life.
Seasonal songs including White Christmas, O Holy Night, In the Bleak Midwinter and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas will be interspersed with work by musical theatre composers such as Jason Robert Brown and Andrew Lippa.
The show is devised by Katherine McRae and Fiona Lussier, and is directed by David Randal.
Paul Spicer credits include roles in The Witches of Eastwick, Fame, Taboo and recently Notes from New York at the Arts Theatre. He is joined by fringe divas Andrea Colley and Fiona Lussier, and musical theatre actress Lorraine Graham, who most recently played Jan in Grease in the West End and Japan. David Randall has starred in shows such as Fiddler on the Roof, Fame and The Roy Orbison Story.