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14:02 | 26th March 2017

Entertainment News: News

Tue 1 Jun, 2010
By Darren Waite


Pinkwire's very own Robert Ingham (Robs Reviews) will be perfroming in this production

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HAIR - A Musical Experience

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HAIR
by James Rado, Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot, 16-26 June 2010

STOP PRESS: Pinkwire's very own Robert Ingham (Robs Reviews) will be perfroming in this production.

“Long, Straight, Curly, Fuzzy”

In June 2010 Sedos brings peace, love and understanding to the Bridewell with a new production of Hair. From 1967 to today, Hair has brought joy to theatres across the world with songs including 'Aquarius', 'I Got Life', 'Hair', 'Frank Mills', 'Good Morning Starshine' and 'Let The Sun Shine In'.

“Knotted, Polka-dotted, Twisted, Beaded, Braided”

Hair broke the mould in the 60s – the rock-musical phenomenon had arrived.

Rejecting the conventions of traditional musicals, Hair gave a theatrical voice to important issues of the time – racism, sexuality, drugs and Vietnam. Hair became a beacon of hope to a disaffected generation and has continued to inspire audiences ever since.

“Bangled, Tangled, Spangled and Spaghettied”

With war and political unrest rampant a revival of Hair couldn’t be more apt. Hair is a reaction to youth wanting answers to hidden secrets in power. Given the revelations over the past year regarding MP’s expenses, lies and the lack of answers regarding the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan - it is the time to make an artistic response.

“Gleaming, Steaming, Flaxen, Waxen!"

Turn up, tune in and drop out with the Drop City Tribe. Recharge your cosmic battery and join the Be-In at the Bridewell.

HAIR - the new musical experience from Sedos

nb: At each performance a small number of Sofa Seats will be available at £10. You WILL be part of the action!

Hair Vlog
The Drop City Tribe will be vlogging from rehearsals as they journey from page to stage. Each week you’ll meet the cast and be given unique access to the rehearsal process - giving everyone the opportunity to ‘Let the Sunshine In’

Click the link below to see what they have been up to:
http://www.youtube.com/user/TheDropCityTribe

Tickets are available for performances between 16-26 June 2010 at 7.30pm and Saturday matinees at 2.30pm.

Ticket Costs: £10-£20 and are available at:
https://secure.wwwtransaction.co.uk/sedos/boxoffice/production.php


ps. Don't tell everyone but, word has it Peter Andre may even pop along to see the show.

 

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