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Nicola – The Mini-musical

Thursday 13 November, 2014

from 8:30 PM at Centro Cultural

Nicola - The Mini-musical


Lovers of theatre will be happy to hear Hatstand Productions are coming back to Ibiza with their new production of the mini-musical, Nicola, after a successful two-week run in London. The 45-minute production features Lily Lowe-Myers and Robyn Cooper and pianist, Omar Shahryar, a wonderfully talented composer, has written all the songs, and will be playing live.

The play will be shown twice in Ibiza, at the Centro Cultural in Jesus on November 13, and Teatro Espana in Santa Eulalia on November 15 at 8.30. Tickets are €10 and can purchased in advance, from the Holidays shop in Santa Eulalia (Calle San Jaime 74) and from the Holy-Sport shop in Ibiza, at Avenida Ignacio Wallis 5. Alternatively, there will be tickets for sale at the theatre. After the show, donations will be collected for a homeless children’s shelter in Ibiza.

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...The only other non-Chinese guest was a glamorous cabaret singer, Lily Lowe Myers. She had answered the questionnaire too and included among her answers ‘Turbine hall’ and ‘Annie’s Vintage’?? On the way out I told her my wife and I were off to see the new film ‘Oranges and Sunshine’.  ‘Look out for my mother’, she said...view full blog

Evening Standard 31 May 2011

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Dancers: In a spin over the chance to perform at the Olympics
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Dancers get in a spin over the Olympics

Bo Wilson
31 May 2011 

Hundreds of swing dancers gathered at Spitalfields markets to perform in a bid to be part of the Olympics opening ceremony next year.

Crowds of shoppers at the tail end of the bank holiday gathered to watch as the group of 400 professional dancers, teachers, enthusiasts and beginners took part in a routine.

The performance yesterday was captured by a film crew which, after editing it, will send the footage to Olympics committee.

The group danced a rehearsed routine to a live performance of The White Cliffs of Dover by swing band The Jive Aces after learning it at classes across London and over the London Swing Festival at the weekend.  

 

IT'S PANTO TIME IN WEST CUMBRIA

Maryport's pantomime season has been launched, with Lily Lowe-Myers taking the leading role in a production of Jack and the Beanstalk.

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Jack and the Beanstalk, Lily Lowe-Myers as Jack

Lily, 26, joined the rest of the cast at the town’s Wave Centre this week to promote West Cumbria’s only professional panto.

Lily, who will be playing the part of Jack, has been acting for 22 years.

Jonathan Metcalfe, 33, who will play the villain Fleshcreep, has worked as an actor on P&O ships the Oriana and Aurora.

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PLENTY OF PANTO MAGIC IN MARYPORT

Magic beans can be lots of fun, as the audience at West Cumbria’s only professional pantomime Jack in the Beanstalk will find out this Christmas.

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MAGIC: The Wave Centre in Maryport is putting on Jack and the Beanstalk for this year’s Christmas panto. Jack, played by Lily Lowe-Myers, battles over Daisy the Cow with the evil Fleshcreep, played by Jonathan Metcalfe, flanked by the King, played by Darren Street, and local dancers Jo Robinson, Rhianna Humes and Faye Llewellin. Local dancers Rebecca Heaney and Sienna Wilson play Daisy

The show runs at The Wave Centre in Maryport from Monday to Friday.

Tickets are still available, especially for the evening shows, and producer George Critchley is promising a couple of hours of sheer magic from the cast as well as the beans.

Lily Lowe-Myers looks every inch the principal boy playing Jack, who swaps the family cow for a handful of beans and so begins the adventure that will entertain anyone of any age.

There are villains – particularly the evil Fleshcreep (Jonathan Metcalfe).

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PIECE BY PIECE


JACK AND THE BEANSTALK @ LIBRARY THEATRE 

Think you know the story of Jack and the Beanstalk? Well think again.

Pantomime stalwart George Critchley has adapted the fairytale and added lots of twists and turns along the way.

The plot may be close to the much-loved fairytale but a new character Fleshcreep has been added, the giant’s evil sidekick who causes mayhem – and also scared a few youngsters in the audience.

I won’t give away the ending, but all is not what it seems in the giant’s castle, adding a nice twist to the original.

Lily Lowe-Myers plays the title role of Jack, much to the confusion of some of the children in the audience who clearly haven’t been versed in panto tradition, as I heard echos of “But she is a girl”.

Once you get over that, it was clear that she was well chosen for the part with a lovely singing voice and good acting ability.

OUT OF COURT

Out Of Court is a feature film created by Manchester writer and artist Andy Pacino. It is based on a true life story concerning the breakup of a family unit and the subsequent court case involving the much aligned family legal system in England and Wales. 

Casting for Out Of Court was held at the Black Lion in Salford and was filmed in Stockport's High Lane studio, then run by Bob and Brenda Thompson, two local entrepreneurs who saw the benefit fairing the extremely "touchy" subject of Family Law.
Originally cast as Ritchie Goodman was Greg Kelly, an actor who has since appeared in the continuing teen drama, Hollyoaks as an eco warrior.
Director and writer Andy Pacino stepped into the role and played Ritchie, but this meant Adam Harper, who had originally been cast as Ritchie's brother, Jamie, was "too young looking" to give the film the credibility Pacino wanted.
Cameraman Jamie Leeming was introduced to play the role instead. Lily Lowe Myers took the role as Jill Malo, the "scorned woman" and Mae Brogan won the role of Pauline, Jill's mother.
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