IN­TER­NA­TIONAL PLAY­WRIGHT

Comic on the per­ils of pub­lic speak­ing Blood Brothers on the re­gion’s stages

Yorkshire Post - Culture & The Guide - - STAGE -

CO­ME­DIAN Stephen K Amos brings his show Spokesman to the re­gion.

The show looks at the grow­ing army of spokes­men who crop up on tele­vi­sion and ra­dio, with Amos ask­ing just who are they and ex­actly what qual­i­fies them to spout forth.

The stand-up, who re­cently had his sit­com What Does The K Stand For? com­mis­sioned by BBC Ra­dio 4, will be per­form­ing at Cast in Don­caster on Fe­bru­ary 20.

For more in­for­ma­tion or to book tick­ets call the box of­fice on 01302 303959 or book online at www.castin­don­caster.com. THE smash hit mu­si­cal Blood Brothers will be back per­form­ing in the re­gion, fol­low­ing a global tour.

Willy Rus­sell’s Tony-nom­i­nated mu­si­cal tells the story of twin boys seper­ated at birth, who are re­united by a mother’s se­cret and a twist of fate. In this pro­duc­tion, their mother is played by Mau­reen Nolan, who pre­vi­ously took the role to the West End.

The show will be at the Al­ham­bra in Brad­ford from Fe­bru­ary 17 to 22 and the New The­atre in Hull, from Fe­bru­ary 24 to March 1.

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