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Valentines Day!

February 14, 2018

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Our Talented lads- Jordan, Sam and Nathan with Paul James

Tuesday 13th Feb was a tea day- with a jam packed to the rafters house enjoying the show. It has completely sold out, which is great, but unfortunately even friends can’t get a space, as the spaces are gone!

We had three Brick Lane Veterans watching today. Ben Goffe’s Dad, the talented Rusty Goffe was here with Ben’s Mum Sarah- Sarah taught Ben, Nathan and Jordan at The Italia Conti Stage School, so it was very best “Nice Toes, Naughty Toes” today!

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Here we are with Rusty, Ben and Chris Joining us in the Interval backstage

As well as Rusty, we were delighted to see Chris Draper and Ben Hutt back to the Brick Lane Family, after their adventures in Pantoland and in shows, including working with BLMH’s own Hetty Hobbs (Currently in “Phantom Of The Opera” ) in her concerts.

So Brick Lane Royalty joined us in the audience, and it was so good to catch up in the one hour interval between acts. *That is when the audience have their cream tea, incase you were wondering!

HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRICK LANE!

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All thanks to this man- Vincent Hayes MBE- Brick Lane Music Hall was 26 years old this Monday February 12th 2018. Long may Brick Lane Reign!

Wednesday 14th: Valentines Day Tea Show.

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A visit today from another Brick Lane Veteran, Tommy Knapp. Tommy has been on the high seas (hitting High C’s) in shows on magnificent Cruise Liners this year, and is once again heading off for the Carribbean. He joined us for the Panto this afternoon- Tommy was last in Brick Lane Panto the year before last- “Jack & The Beanstalk” I think it was. Great to see him again, and share the afternoon with him.

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Tommy Knapp with The Brick Lane Gang.

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Number Two Dressing Room with Tommy!

Also delighted to welcome back Steven Metcalf  today. Stevie did the wig work on this production of “Aladdin” during our rehearsal week, and today brought along Ryan Taylor who was recently in Pantomime at Scunthorpe.

So two great shows. And… In the spirit of “Valentines Day” a couple actually proposed to each other infront of our Music Hall audience just as the curtain rose on Act Two. Bob proposed to Frances The lady said “Yes!”. What a great day to remember!

 

 

 

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