It’s been confirmed that a new bio-musical about the rise to fame of the Bee Gees is in the works, and could be eyeing a place in the West End.
Universal Theatrical Group is the team behind...
The world premiere of The Moon Is Halfway To Heaven, by David Kerby-Kendall, at the Jermyn Street Theatre, an off West End venue in Piccadilly, central London, from 6 Sep to 1 Oct 2011
Directed by Joe Fredericks, cast includes Lucas Hare (Jamie), David Kerby-Kendall (Paul). Produced by Sally Humphreys Productions.
Tells the story of lifelong friends Jamie and Paul . It begins in 1928 and ends in 2010, when the two friends have reached the grand age of 82. They always meet in their special place. It’s here that they play and philosophise; here that Jamie tries to teach Paul that he can have more fun with girls than the Encyclopaedia Britannica; here that they go to war, recover from divorce, get drunk on their retirement; and here that they eventually face their own mortality. As we the audience join them on their journey through the trials and joys of adolescence, adulthood and old age, we and they learn that one never really grows up. This story shows how the love of friendship can some times surpass family ties.