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Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show

Heading into the Opera House on a cold Monday night surrounded by burly boys in stockings and suspenders and gorgeous girls in teeny tiny French maid’s outfits can only mean one thing; the fabulous… 434 more words

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THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at the Grand Wolverhampton

The current UK tour THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW at the Grand at Wolverhampton was on balance the most enjoyable performance of this show I have seen. 106 more words

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Rocky Horror Picture Show

Richard O’ Brien’s Rocky Horror Picture Show is a classic which has amassed a cult following since it’s humble first live stage debut in 1973 (soon to be made into a movie in 1975), which skyrocketed to success and has stood the test of time decades on. 566 more words

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REVIEW: The Rocky Horror Show - King's Theatre, Glasgow

1973 may be remembered for many things: the year VAT was introduced; Britain joined the EEC; the three day week came into force; Princess Anne married Captain Mark Phillips and a young, out of work New Zealand actor wrote… 440 more words

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ME AND MY GIRLS

A few months ago I noticed that a production of The Rocky Horror Show was coming to the MK Theatre. So I decided to treat two of my girls. 343 more words

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THE ROCKY HORROR SHOW

Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, Monday 13th June, 2016

 

Richard O’Brien’s cult camp classic is doing the rounds again in this exuberant production.  I’ve been a devotee for decades and I’m sure I would have enjoyed the show on its own merits were it not for the actions of one of America’s inexhaustible supply of gun-toting shitheads.  515 more words

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Review: Richard O'Brien's Rocky Horror Show at the Orchard Theatre

I have to confess something… until last night, I was a Rocky Horror virgin. Richard O’Brien’s classic musical is not so much a stage show as a phenomenon with a life of its own, and seeing it for the first time feels a bit like stumbling into a club of which you’re not a member. 403 more words

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