BUZZ: A New Musical

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Hello there,

I would like to present you a very interesting new musical in London. I personally love to watch new productions and show because you can discover a lot of talented people and new ideas on stage.

BUZZ: A New Musical’ is a comedy musical about the history of the vibrator, which has won a 3 week run at the Drayton Arms Theatre after a sellout month-long run at the Edinburgh Fringe.

This is a feminist production proudly celebrating women’s independence and sexuality, with a cast of 9 recently graduated actor musicians. In this show you’ll travel from the cave women of the Stone Age to Victorian London’s Hysteria Pandemic, from Cleopatra’s Egypt to the Land Girls of World War II.

If you like Bridget Jones movies and ‘The Book Of Mormon’, I’m sure you’ll love ‘BUZZ: A New Musical’.

 

WHO?

The Fat Rascal Theatre Company is presenting this ambitious production. Is a fresh new company from this year’s East 15 Acting School graduates. They are bold, cheeky and brash, using music and comedy to educate and empower.

This show, directed by Taylor Danson and Freya Espie, has a brilliant team working on it such as Robyn Grant (Book and Lyrics), James Ringer-Beck (Music), Matthew Ives and Allie Munro (Choreography). The cast includes Taylor Danson and Adam Napier (seen in ‘Peter Pan’ at the Regents Park Open Air Theatre). Fat Rascal Theatre gave them the opportunity to create a brave new work in a financially safe and supportive space.

I truly recommend this kind of productions. I know they are not as popular as the rest of the huge shows that are in London, but this people are working so hard as well, with lot of passion that reaches the audience and makes them discover new ideas.

Also, ‘BUZZ: A New Musical’ won the Stella Wilkie Award, the East 15 New Companies Award and the Eddies Award in 2016. About the Eddies Awards, the artistic director Antonio Ferrara said that this show is a ‘hugely ambitious musical coming from a genuinely collaborative company of artists, which manages to be both inventive and political, hilarious and accessible all at once’.

Don’t forget to check the Twitter of this company:

https://twitter.com/WeAreFatRascal

 

WHERE?

You can catch ‘BUZZ: A New Musical’ at the Drayton Arms Theatre, 153 Old Brompton Road, London, SW5 0LJ.

The theatre is really close to South Kensington and Gloucester Road Underground Station

The theatre is really close to South Kensington and Gloucester Road Underground Station

 

WHEN?

The musical will be there from Tuesday 11th October to Saturday 29th October (performances from Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8:00 pm and Saturday Matinee at 3:00 pm).

 

GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!

You can get your tickets at the Box Office of the theatre or also checking their webpage:

www.thedraytonarmstheatre.co.uk/buzz

The tickets cost £14 (£10 conc.).

The show is suitable for ages 16+ (contains strong language, partial nudity and scenes of a sexual nature).

IT’S COMPETITION TIME!!!

I’d like to invite you to see ‘BUZZ: A New Musical’, because I know that this show will be amazing and I want you to enjoy it. I’ll give a pair of ticket, so you can watch it with a friend, your father, your mother or your partner.

The competition starts now and will end on Saturday 15th October.

What do you need to do?

BUZZ: A New Musical’ is a show about feminism, inspired in the vibrator, a very important sexual toy that brings pleasure and freedom to women all around the world.

I love women that fight for equality, for breaking the rules and be free in their own way.

If you want to catch a pair of tickets for ‘BUZZ: A New Musical’ at the Drayton Arms Theatre, in London, you need to tell me which women character from musicals inspires you to fight for equality and feminism and why.

You can send me your answer by e-mail at

musicalsaregreatblog@gmail.com

Also, don’t forget to let me know which day you would like to watch the show (performances are from Tuesdays to Saturdays at 8:00 pm until the Saturday 29th October).

 

I can’t wait to read your answers! Here’s mine:

Made in Dagenham GemmaRita O’Grady from the musical ‘Made In Dagenham’ that I saw at the Adelphi Theatre. She is a woman, a wife, a mother and a worker that fights for equal pay. She represents all the women who fought in 1968 in the Ford factory in Dagenham. They changed UK and Europe’s story, in terms of civil right.

I’ll contact the winner by e-mail.

Good luck to all of you!

I’ll see you very soon!

Cesar

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