Vicky Edwards

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Name: Vicky Edwards
Date registered: February 18, 2015

Latest posts

  1. Chichester’s triple threat… Review: The Norman Conquests — October 4, 2017
  2. Review: The Stepmother — August 20, 2017
  3. Review: Grimm Tales, Chichester — August 11, 2017
  4. Review: The House They Grew Up In — July 24, 2017
  5. Review: Fabulous Fiddler — July 21, 2017

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Jul 28

Chichester’s summer musical is a top dollar delight

Half a Sixpence Chichester Festival Theatre Until 3 September. www.cft.org.uk 01243 781312 Photo credit: Manuel Harlan Taking David Heneker’s original musical and giving it an almighty kick up the behind, the result is a slick, stylish and fabulously feel-good show. Set in Edwardian England and based on a story by H.G. Wells, Arthur Kipps is …

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Jun 10

Review: Ross at Chichester Festival Theatre

Joseph Fiennes leads the cast in in Terence Rattigan’s bio-drama about TE Lawrence Photographs: Johan Persson When it comes to writing repressed and complex characters Rattigan is something of a dab hand. The life of TE Lawrence, therefore, gives him plenty to work with. The story is well known, not least thanks to David Lean’s …

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May 10

True: Lee’s scrumptious! Vicky Edwards talks to Lee Mead

Starring in one of the most famous musicals of all time, Lee Mead tells Vicky Edwards why he’s so happy to be in the driving seat… Pictures: Alastair Muir At the wheel of the most fantasmagorical car in history, Lee Mead freely admits that when the offer to play Caractacus Potts in the stage musical …

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Apr 29

Review: Travels With My Aunt – new musical opens Chichester’s 2016 season

Travels With My Aunt Minerva Theatre, Chichester Photo:Tristram Kenton When retired bank manager Henry Pulling attends his mother’s funeral the idea of globetrotting couldn’t be further from his mind. But finding himself embroiled with his extraordinary Aunt Augusta, of whom prior to his mother’s send-off he knew nothing, the squarest bear that ever there was …

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Mar 16

Top of the Potts: Jason Manford Talks to Vicky Edwards

Currently starring as Caractacus Potts in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Jason Manford talks to Vicky Edwards about musicals, being a dad and why ibuprofen is his new best friend… There’s more to Jason Manford than being funny. Warm, articulate and astute, he also happens to have been born into a family of talented singers. Trilling …

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Mar 16

Not just a pretty ‘chu-chi, woo-chi, ooo-chi, coo-chi’ face

Kicking up her heels in Vulgaria rather than kicking people out of The Rovers, Michelle Collins tells Vicky Edwards how she loves playing alongside the most famous flying car in history… Photo: Alastair Muir Michelle Collins should be in a musical about an express train, not a flying car. Currently on tour with a brand …

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Feb 23

Spandau Baddie: Martin Kemp Meets Vicky Edwards

Martin Kemp tells Vicky Edwards why his musical theatre debut is going with a bang-bang… Photo credit: Alastair Muir From gangster Reggie Kray to evil control freak Steve Owen in EastEnders, Martin Kemp is extremely good at being bad. Currently on tour in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang playing the Childcatcher, arguably one of the most …

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Feb 16

A gentleman and a scholar: Vicky Edwards Meets Stephen Boxer

About to play the great author C.S. Lewis, Stephen Boxer takes a break from rehearsals to talk to Vicky Edwards about touring, making an ass of himself and his own connection with Narnia’s creator Having played everything from soap opera to Shakespeare, as well as appearing in movies such as The Iron Lady, Stephen Boxer …

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