2002 – Modern Musicals: The Best Volume Ever!

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Modern Musicals : The Best Volume Ever was performed at Nottingham Arts Theatre and the Duchess Theatre between Wednesday 27th March and Saturday 6th April 2002.

A concert of popular music from a range of shows.

Act 1

La Cage Aux Folles

The Best Of Times – All


How To Handle A Woman – Steve Mills


Cabaret – Sabrina Sacco


You Gotta Get A Gimmick – Carolyn Smith, Carrie-Anne Corner, Jane Hough

Paint Your Wagon

Wandrin’ Star – David Heard

High Society

True Love – Fiona Newbould, Louis Ogando

Man of La Mancha

Impossible Dream – All

Phantom of the Opera

The Music Of The Night – Steve Mills

Whistle Down the Wind

Keys To The Vaults Of Heaven – Colin Richmond

If Only – Cheryl Mills

No Matter What – Anthea Hinchliffe, Cheryl Camm, Jane Cottee, Jane Hough, Naomi Wakefield, Val Sutton

Sunset Boulevard

As If We Never Said Goodbye

The Greatest Star Of All – John Maddison

Perfect Year – Colin Richmond, Nyree Griffin

With One Look – Cheryl Mills

Aspects of Love

Love Changes Everything

Act 2

Jekyll & Hyde

This Is The Moment – Louis Ogando

Beautiful Game

Our Kind Of Love – Fiona Newbould

Don’t Like You


All That Jazz – Carolyn Smith, Cheryl Camm, Jane Cottee, Katie Solomon, Naomi Wakefield, Val Sutton

Les Misérables

I Dreamed A Dream – Cheryl Mills

On My Own – Carrie-Anne Corner

Martin Guerre

Your Wedding Day – All

I’m Martin Guerre – Colin Richmond

Without You As A Friend – Colin Richmond, David Heard

Sleeping On Our Own – Anthea Hinchliffe, Ruth Maddison, Val Sutton

Miss Saigon

I’d Give My Life For You – Nyree Griffin

I Still Believe – Naomi Wakefield, Nyree Griffin

Bui Doi – All

Me & My Girl

Me & My Girl Medley – All

Pirates of Penzance

Hail Poetry – All

The Production Team

Musical Director – John Maddison
Pianist – Ruth Viles
Synthesizer – Steve Mills
Sound – Andy Onion