Discussion in 'SMB' started by Its Him Again, Apr 15, 2018.
I want to love it but in all honesty it bores me
Much prefer live music
Haven't been for a bit. What's coming up?
This to both parts.
Stage plays mate.
only a few left this season. The Royalty Theatre - Entertaining Sunderland
you know folk who do stuff there?
Aye, I know most of the people there. I’ve been a part of the on stage stuff there for quite a while as well.
Whose that then
Love it me. Never seen a bad one
Just saw the Book of Mormon last week. Brilliant. I'd recommend it to anyone. You could adapt it to any religion to be honest.
Did a few things there back in the late 90s, lots of fun, some really good people. Sang Heartbreak Hotel dressed in a vulture costume night after night for the panto one year.
Back on the main topic, not a fan of musicals and actively loathe some of them (I'd rather have ebola than watch Les Miserables) but do love a good play. Went down to London just to see The Ferryman last year, and it was brilliant.
that would be telling
Can any of them play in goal?
aye its a great community. a lot of people put a lot of time and effort into the productions, just for the love of it
Yes. Really enjoy it.
I'm 2 hours from london on the train, so me and missus (no) often have a day out there, 7am train, get there for 9, a big breakfast to set us up for the day, an exhibition in the morning, couple of drinks, matinee, couple of drinks and 7.30pm train home.
Saw The Birthday Party a couple of weeks ago. Didn't have a clue what was going on in the 2nd act but still enjoyed it.
Paid £34 for 2 gin and tonics before the show and another 2 in the interval
Before the Lion King I paid £12 for a slush and a bottle of water...fkn wounded.
That's one thing over here they don't rip you off at big events such as this.
Can’t stand the theatre these days, it’s so staged.
That Macbeth was turd like. Naimh Cusak wss like she was in amdram, and what the fuck was that endless digital clock about?
Agreed, every production has impressive results from what I’ve seen.
are you in the next couple of productions? think we know each other
The last two of the season, aye. Are you?
We must do if we’re both advertising The Royalty Theatre.
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