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TWIGGY'S STYLE BOOK
Casino Theatre, London
- December 1974
Pantomime. Classic pantomime with Twiggy in the title role, marking
her stage debut.
Nicky Henson (Buttons), John Rutland (The Baron), Roy Kinnear (Valeria), Hugh
Paddick (Cornucopia), Wilfrid Brambell (Badger), Harry H Corbett (Ben)
stage debut proves there is a magic aura of originality about her that can
only be summed up as star-plus." - Daily Mail
The Royal Albert Hall, London
- October 16th,
Synopsis: Childrens Fantasy.
Based on the original studio album by Roger Glover, this concert, a
charity performance in aid of the Bud Flanagan's Leukaemia Fund and Action
Research For Disabled Children debuted Twiggy singing live; 'Homeward',
the shows finale.
Cast Includes: Roger Glover, Vincent
Price, TWIGGY, Ian Coverdale, Ian Gillian
VHS / DVD (NTSC)
BEAKY AND HIS MUSICAL CHRISTMAS
Victoria Theatre, London - December 1981
Pantomime. Collection of songs, stories and poems from the Captain
Beaky back catalogue.
Cast Includes: TWIGGY, Eleanor Bron,
Keith Michell, Jeremy Lloyd.
"Twiggy is quite simply the loveliest
thing on the London stage and she has the affectionate quality which gives
her songs and stories the magic that made Gracie Fields and Stanely
Holloway masters of the art of comic monologue"
- Daily Mail
ONE AND ONLY
Theatre, New York - May 1, 1983 - October 31, 1984
Synopsis: Musical. The plot
centres around Tommy Tune, a transatlantic aviator who flies around the
world in pursuit of the championship swimmer Twiggy, whom he loves.
Cast Includes: Tommy
Tune (Captain Billy Buck Chandler), TWIGGY
(Edith Herbert), Charles 'Honi' Coles (Mr Magix)
"Twiggy was a revelation. She is
delicious, she is sexy... you can almost hear her count when she tap
dances but the woman is a genuine star." - New York Post
CAST ALBUM: 1983
Festival Theatre - June 11 - August 3, 1997
Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford - August 5th -
Synopsis: Farce. An improbable
farce by Noel Coward in three acts.
Bryan (Mme Arcati), Belinda Lang (Ruth Condomine), Laurence Kennedy (Dr.
Bradman), Steven Pacey (Charles Condomine) and TWIGGY LAWSON (Elvira)
Lawson, as the deliciously haunting Elvira, excels in her responses to the
Theatre, Long Island, New York - 1998
Musical. A musical devised by Sheridan Morley, Leigh and Twiggy
Lawson, featuring many of Noel Coward's famous songs and unforgettable
moments from his most witty plays. This is the Noel Coward - Gertrude
LOVE WERE ALL
Theatre - New York June 10th -
September 5th, 1999
Musical. Twiggy and Harry Groener team
up to bring the words and music of Noel Coward to life in an all
singing... all dancing... all-star musical about the crazy, romantic,
resilient, bitchy, magical, unconventional love affair between the
incomparable actress/singer Gertrude Lawrence.
Cast Includes: TWIGGY
(Gertrude Lawrence) and Harry Groener (Noel Coward)
effervesces! Her interpretive flair for a Coward lyric seizes the heart,
her performing style is beyond compare!"
- The New York Times
ORIGINAL CAST ALBUM: 1999
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Theatre, London - March 19th - 25th, 2002
Theatre Royal, Newcastle -October 15th - 16th, 2002
Theatre, London - December 6th - 7th, 2002
Kenneth Branagh directs Olivier Award-winning team Sean Foley and
Hamish McColl in a tribute to comic duo Morecambe and Wise. The show is
famous for boasting a celebrity guest star in each performance.
Foley, Hamish McColl, Toby Jones and TWIGGY (celebrity guest)
Theatre, Long Island, New York - July 16th - August 4th, 2002
Synopsis: Farce. An improbable
farce by Noel Coward in three acts. Cast
Includes: Dana Ivey
(Mme Arcati), Patricia Kalember (Ruth Condomine), Herb Foster (Dr. Bradman),
Daniel Gerroll (Charles Condomine) and TWIGGY LAWSON (Elvira)
"Twiggy is Elvira,
Charles's first wife who materializes as the vision on gossamer wings that
gives the plays its title. Twiggy is a magnificent hallucination, a
classic Elvira of the spirits."
- The New York Times, July 28th, 2002
Oxford Playhouse, Oxford
- May 6th - May 10th, 2003
Cambridge Arts Theatre, Cambridge - May 19th - May 24th, 2003
Lighthouse Theatre, Poole - May 26th - May 31st, 2003
Festival Theatre, Malvern - June 2nd - June 7th, 2003
Theatre Royal, Bath - June 14th - June 21st, 2003
Regents Theatre, Stoke-on-Trent - June 23rd - June 28th, 2003
Richmond Theatre, Richmond - June 30th - July 3rd, 2003
Theatre Royal, Newcastle - July 8th - July 12th, 2003
Theatre Royal, Brighton - July 14th - July 19th, 2003
Milton Keynes Theatre, Milton Keynes - July 21st - July 26th, 2003
Although her mother was born
into poverty, Vivie Warren has enjoyed a comfortable
upbringing, a Cambridge
education and a generous monthly allowance. Ambitious, intelligent and
independent, her world is shattered when she suddenly discovers the awful
truth about her fortunate life. Mrs. Warren's profession is the oldest...
LAWSON (Mrs Warren), Hannah Yelland (Vivie Warren), Benedick Blythe (Praed),
Daniel Gerroll (Charles Condomine) and Ryan Kiggell (Frank)