2005 – Very Best Of British Musicals

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Very Best of BritishThe Very Best of British Musicals was performed in 2005.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of VE day, Beeston Musical Theatre Group performed a series of musicals celebrating the very best musical numbers from Great Britain.

Musical Numbers

Another Suitcase In Another Hall
Jane Cottee, Ruth Maddison

As Long As He Needs Me
Alison Lawrence

Doll On A Music Box / Truly Scrumptious
Emma Watson, John Carley

Don’t Cry For Me Argentina
Cheryl Mills, Jane Hough, Lyndsey Kenyon

Economy
David Heard, Iain Bruce, John Carley, John Maddison

Flash Bang Wallop
John Maddison

Get Me To The Church On Time
David Heard

Half A Sixpence
Jacqui Almond, John Carley

High Flying Adored
Iain Bruce

Hushabye Mountain
Paul Mills

I Am The Starlight
Louis Ogando

I Could Have Danced All Night
Cheryl Mills

I Don’t Believe A Word Of It
Emma Watson, Kathryn McAuley, Lisa Green-Smith, Lyndsey Kenyon, Mark Marks

Little Bit Of Luck
David Heard

Lovely, Lonely Man
Anthea Hinchliffe

Make Up My Heart
Jane Hough

Next Time You Fall In Love
Cheryl Camm, Paul Mills

Night Of A Thousand Stars
Louis Ogando

Oh What A Circus
Paul Mills & Chorus

On The Street Where You Live
Paul Mills

Only He
Lyndsey Kenyon

Oom Pah Pah
Mina Machin

There’s Me
Jane Cottee

Too Far Above Me
Iain Bruce

Where is Love
Erica Coleman

Who Will Buy
Jennie Ashworth

Wouldn’t It Be Lovely
Alison Lawrence

You Two
Kathryn McAuley, Lisa Green-Smith, Louis Ogando

The Cast & Crew

The Very Best of British Musicals

The Very Best of British Musicals was performed in 2005.

To celebrate the 60th anniversary of VE day, Beeston Musical Theatre Group performed a series of musicals celebrating the very best musical numbers from Great Britain.

The Band

Bass – Jeff Widdowson
Flute – Claire Husselbee
Keyboard – James Barnett, Lisa Mills
Percussion – Mark Davis

The Production Team

Musical Director – Lisa Mills
Arrangements – Lisa Mills
Programme – Louis Ogando, Stuart Veitch
Publicity – Alison Lawrence
Sound – Mike Cottee, David Hinchliffe