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Sheridan Smith & Darius Campbell at 'Funny Girl' Opening Night.

WhatsOnStage made it to the West End opening night of Funny Girl and grabbed the stars Sheridan Smith and Darius Campbell for a chat.

Sheridan talks about how she was approached to play Fanny Brice, a role she wouldn’t have thought of trying to play. 32 more words


Funny Girl at the Savoy Theatre 21/04/16

There are some theatrical events it is a true honour to witness and Sheridan Smith’s enigmatic portrayal of hapless Fanny Brice is one of them. … 435 more words

Review Funny Girl The Savoy Theatre by Julie Owen-Moylan

When most people think of Funny Girl it is probably inevitable that they think of Barbra Streisand who played musical comedy star Fanny Brice in the Broadway Production of 1964 and went on to win an oscar for the movie of the same name. 428 more words

Review: Funny Girl (Savoy Theatre, London)

Starting at Menier Chocolate Factory, this transfer follows a string of high profile revivals at the Savoy Theatre. Funny Girl, starring woman of the moment Sheridan Smith, charts the rise of wannabe actress Fanny Brice and her relationship smooth talker and gambler Nick Arnstein. 481 more words


Funny Girl (My love for Sheridan Smith has grown).

Hello there! I’m a very lucky girl indeed, most universities have gone back after their Easter break. However, Warwick has a 5 week Easter break which is bloody wonderful. 1,267 more words


Funny Girl - Menier Chocolate factory

It is a show and a role that is eclipsed entirely by its brightest and most memorable incumbent of them all. Barbra Streisand’s shadow looms large for any actress attempting to play Fanny Brice the show girl that shook up Ziegfeld Follies and broke the mold for female performers on the stage in Vaudeville at the time. 588 more words

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Review – Funny Girl, Menier Chocolate Factory, 28th February 2016

Yes, gentle reader, I was one of those hopefuls poised at their computer on the 17th August last year, the day when Funny Girl tickets went on general sale. 1,539 more words

Chris Sparkle