Theatre: Mel Brooks on Stage (Newcastle)

After watching the Premiere of the incredible Young Frankenstein the Musical we had an extra treat when the legend that is Mel Brooks came on stage and did a little speech. Which included how much he liked Newcastle and even better that you won today. Which was exactly where I had been before the show, seeing Newcastle record their first Premier League win on the season.

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It was a truly special occasion and moment to be sat in the Theatre with him on stage and really topped off a fantastic night!

 

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  1. […] August ended up having a very last minute London trip to catch the closing night of Beautiful but started off with La Cage Aux Folles which eventually got its UK Tour having cancelled one a few years ago now. It is a show that won’t be for everyone but very impressive and I enjoyed seeing it again after many years, read the full review here.   When heading to London for the last show of Beautiful I just had to squeeze in a matinee as well so I decided on Bat out of Hell the Musical, I have always been a fan of Meatloaf so just had to see this one. It was a very loud and amazing rock show which I was so pleased to get to see, read the full review here. Then the emotional trip to see Beautiful: The Carole King Musical as it closed in the West End, read the full review here. Then a truly spectular event happened in Newcastle at the Theatre Royal when Young Frankenstein the Musical made its UK debut with Mel Brooks present! Read the full review here and Mel Brooks on stage! […]

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