Theatre McLovin'

So, way back on New Years Eve last year, I went to an ABBA tribute concert in Liverpool (‘But you had ABBA!’ I hear you cry – yes I do, but a certain Jon Boydon was one of the lead singers, so forgive me for my momentary lapse!) I also got to see another performer that I’d admired but never spoken to, Mr Norman Bowman. I got chatting to him at the stage door, just to say how much I loved his voice, and he asked if I’d been to see him in ’42nd Street’ yet. I replied that I hadn’t, because I’d fallen in love with ‘An American in Paris’ and it had been given its closing notice and was due to close the following Saturday. But I assured him, that once the show was closed, I would definitely see ’42nd Street’. So Mr Bowman, I apologise that I…

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