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Here’s A How-De-Do! (Miss Prism and Canon Chasuble sing Gilbert and Sullivan)

This show is in development with a view to performances of it later this year. Further news forthcoming.

For further information, please visit: www.michael-lunts.co.uk or contact michaellunts@outlook.com Tel: 07773 741552

Or email: c.owen718@btinternet.com

Oscar Wilde’s much-loved characters Miss Laetitia Prism and Canon Frederick Chasuble embark upon a concert tour featuring their favourite Gilbert and Sullivan songs. The couple’s musical accomplishments, and Miss Prism’s previous life as a member of the original D’Oyly Carte Company, may come as a surprise to members of the public who only know them through Mr Wilde’s comedy of manners entitled ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’.

Indeed, alongside their musical programme, Miss Prism promises new revelations, in her recently-published memoirs, about such matters as handbags, lost babies and the scurrilous accusations of Lady Bracknell!

Colette Kelly has worked extensively in the theatre. Her West End credits include the first productions of Hair and Grease, as well as Salad Days and Toad of Toad Hall. She has performed in Music Hall at the Players Theatre and for the Aba Daba Music Hall Company. She is a member of ‘The Godot Company’, devoted to performing the works of Samuel Beckett.

Michael Lunts, actor/musician, musical director, is one of this country’s most experienced musical entertainers. He has toured his shows, many of his own devising, throughout the UK and overseas. His shows include Winter in Majorca (Chopin), Schubert The Wanderer, A Meeting of Minds (Rachmaninov) Coward at Sea, More Tea Vicar? (with Susan Flannery), Flanders and Swann Revisited, and Quirkish Delight.

Christopher Owen is an award-winning writer, and actor, whose plays have been performed throughout the UK and in Ireland, Australia and the Middle East. In the late 1990’s he toured one-man shows A Parson’s Tale and Right Ho, Wodehouse! throughout the UK and the Middle East.

Photographs by Gerald Place   www.fotoplace.co.uk

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