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Louise Gold on stage in December

Skekayuk

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I just read that the West End actress Louise Gold is doing a one woman show at the Jermyn Street theatre in London for a week in December. In case anyone else is interested I thought I'd pass the main details.

'LOUISE GOLD...By Appointment'
Monday 16 to Saturday 21 December 2002
7:30 pm at The Jermyn Street Theatre
With Jason Carr at the Piano, Directed by Nigel Plaskitt
Please book in advance. To book contact:
The Jermyn Street Theatre
16b Jermyn Street
London SW1
Box Office 020 7287 2875
http://www.jermynstreettheatre.co.uk/index.htm
Box Office is usually open Monday’s to Saturdays from 12noon onwards
Tickets £15 (£12 concs)

Hope that is of interest. It says that apparently in the course of her act she might be mentioning: Stephen Sondheim, Gilbert & Sullivan or possibly The Muppets!

Best Wishes
Skekayuk

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Phillip

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Thanks so much for posting this Emma! Please let us know how it goes after you see the show.

I'm sure it will be great! :smile:
 
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