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by [[Ian von Memerty]] and [[Bryan Schimmel]]. A hilarious and hugely successful two-man piano show which began in 1994 and for the next 3 years played over 300 performances to over 100 000 people. Revived in 2005 with [[Roelof Colyn]] and [[Jeremy Quickfall]], directed by Ian von Memerty.  
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by [[Ian von Memerty]] and [[Bryan Schimmel]]. Special material written by [[Malcolm Terrey]]. A hilarious and hugely successful two-man piano show which began in 1994, presented by [[Mark West]], directed by [[Alan Swerdlow]], and for the next 3 years played over 300 performances to over 100 000 people. Setting and lighting by [[Denis Hutchinson]]. Revived in 2005 with [[Roelof Colyn]] and [[Jeremy Quickfall]], directed by Ian von Memerty.
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== Sources ==
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''A Handful of Keys'' theatre programme.
  
  

Latest revision as of 16:39, 30 October 2015

by Ian von Memerty and Bryan Schimmel. Special material written by Malcolm Terrey. A hilarious and hugely successful two-man piano show which began in 1994, presented by Mark West, directed by Alan Swerdlow, and for the next 3 years played over 300 performances to over 100 000 people. Setting and lighting by Denis Hutchinson. Revived in 2005 with Roelof Colyn and Jeremy Quickfall, directed by Ian von Memerty.

Sources

A Handful of Keys theatre programme.


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