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Theatre Before the Beatles . . .

WITHOUT any justification. I approached my visit to the Apollo Theatre to see "One Night Stand", with some trepidation. In the early 1960s I was young enough not to be offended by the Beatles, I recall "winkle pickers', though whether that is relevant 1 am not sure, "One-Night Stand" is a play with music, it hails from Oldham. which has much Catholic tradition, and it is about a group of that time; when they play it sounds authentic, it is certainly loud enough.

The actors and performers (they are the same) of the Oldham Coliseum Theatre Company are very talented and especially Linda Jean-Barry, who ends up as Sister Clare, It would not surprise me if she were to stay in the West End.

J. K.




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