Wednesday, December 20, 2006

Rank & Bile At The Theatre - The John Barrowman Christmas Concert

A big thank you to Lulu! Who treated us both to tickets to John Barrowman’s Christmas concert this week, at the Royal Festival Hall. We were lucky to get tickets as it was sold out long ago but ever resourceful Lulu managed to bag us two return tickets in the front row no less!

The impossibly handsome Mr Barrowman delighted a packed hall with two hours of songs from musicals past and present and his favourite Christmas songs. He was joined on stage by two of the West End’s current shining stars Helen Dallimore (Glinda in Wicked) and Matt Rawle (Che in Evita) and accompanied by the BBC Concert Orchestra.

Despite having a somewhat Scrooge like attitude to the holiday season recently I was soon jolted out of my bah humbug mood and into the Christmas spirit as I sang along with the carols and listened to John Barrowman’s fabulous voice. Mr Barrowman can definitely sing… and act and is bloody good looking.... in fact he’s not far off perfect!

A fabulous festive evening one of the best shows I’ve seen this year. For those of you not lucky enough to have caught the show, the concert will be broadcast this Friday on BBC Radio2 at 7.30pm

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celia said...

Mmm He's hot you should have made him the Hunk of the Month

Myles said...

I did back in May!


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pedro velasquez said...

I've got bet basketball plenty of friends in the ALP and I know plenty of people who have quit the party in disgust.
The main problem for ALP rank and file and ex-rank and file members is, sportsbook nobody is prepared to cut out the rotten sections of the party.
And when people can get away with corruption because the party protects them, the stench just gets worse. Geelong's bent councillor, David Saunderson, should have been thrown out of the ALP for his first conviction march madness for breaching of the local government act. Instead they re-endorsed Saunderson, he got back in and now he's trying to defend another conflict of interest scandal. This toe-rag will not do the decent thing and step down from council, and nobody of any significance in the party is willing to boot the prick out.