Cast Kat – Diana Vickers
Alison – Debra Stephenson
Simon – Ian Reddington
Paul – Michael Howe
Cappuccino Sister One – Michelle Long
Cappuccino Sister Two – Kate Hardisty
Cappuccino Sister Three – Cassiopeia Berkeley-Agyepong
After seeing the UK Tour of a new musical Son of a Preacher Man using the songs of the legend that is Dusty Springfield, I was lucky enough to meet the leading ladies from the show both truly incredible (full review to follow). They were absolutely lovely!
I have recently seen this posters/covers around on DVDs and then they have started popping up on Amazon Video as well. They are very impressive and I keep searching for more of them, they seem to be Warner Bros films and they are just great!
With a nice quote from the film on them as well, which seems to be the most popular quote. I think these are really cool and will keep searching for more!
Kevin’s life is turned upside down when a tragedy sees his track team all killed in a bus accident along with his girlfriend. Haunted by memories this pushes him to achieve even more by really focusing on a mile at a time at a new school and with Coach K.
Lesley Joseph always has been and always will be one of my favourites! I am lucky enough to have seen her in Annie a couple of times over the years. I was very excited when it was announced that she was in the cast for Young Frankenstein and she gets an incredibly amazing musical number with ‘He Vas My Boyfriend’ which she totally nails. It is hilarious and rather filthy at the same time, I guess that makes it even more brilliant.
She’s fantastic to talk to at the stage door and more than happy to pose for photos too, total legend!
I was lucky enough to meet the incredible Susan Stroman who is the director of Young Frankenstein and has won five Tony Awards over the years! Such an incredibly lovely woman who was very happy with my love for Young Frankenstein, after my third visit!
She has collaborated with Mel Brooks on many occasions over the years and that is well just brilliant. Making a huge success of The Producers when it was first transferred into a musical. I am really hoping that this revamp of Young Frankenstein is a huge hit when it opens in the West End later this month!