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CLEVELAND STREET SIGN

Three murders. Three detectives. No solution.

The Lamplighters

  Murder and mystery in the remote Cumbrian hills.

  Tabard Theatre, London 18th March - 13th April 2013

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The songs sparkle with Gilbertian wit...gut-wrenchingly funny and pungently relevant
Barry Lowe Sx Magazine

Has to be one of the most lavish shows seen at The Stag
David McGillivray, QX Magazine

Brimming with good-natured, incredibly bawdy charm
Whats On Stage

Matt Devereaux's music combined with the patter of Chandler's lyrics give the score the feeling of Gilbert and Sullivan....a rollicking racy show that keeps on the move
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The infamous true story of a Victorian male brothel that brought scandal to the Royal Family

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  Book and lyrics Glenn Chandler

  Music Matt Devereaux

  Director Tim McArthur

  Musical Director Aaron Clingham

  Designer Fiona Russell

  Lighting Design Chris Withers

There ought to be a law against it I'm the Madam here, You can frolic with a sailor, Rum buggery and the lash,
You and I together, I run the place, Fantasise over a gaoler, It's all about expectations,
Man and youth in harmony You can't deny Imagine yourself between the thighs Who wields the rod and the power
Against the world in tether. My impeccable taste! Of a big Norwegian whaler. When it comes to these situations?
There ought to be a law against Soft furnishings But there's nothing like a lad, Three sovereigns bright
The way we feel tonight, Of scarlet hue A youth who'll come and go, Do not buy one the right
Longing for each other's arms A glass of champagne There's nothing like a lad To unbridled gratification.
Throughout the lonely night. For you and you? Lettered GPO!

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