Flaunt It 2008
Louise Gold appeared as herself one of the singers taking part in this late night event, at The Fortune Theatre, starting at 23:30 on Thursday 30 October 2008. In aid of TheatreMAD
Host – Richard Gauntlett
Starring: - Desmond Barrit, Daniel Boys, Adam Buchanan, Ashley Campbell, Earl Carpenter, Anna-Jane Casey, Matt Elson, Shaun Escoffery, Joanne Farrell, Josefina Gabrielle, Scott Garnham, Louise Gold, Simon Green, Emma Lindars, Carl Mullaney, Sophia Ragavelas, Jon Robyns, David Thaxton, and, Liam Tamne
Musical Direction & Arrangements –
Bass (Guitar) – Fraser Snell
Drums – Ali Van Ryne
Stage Manager – Louisa Davis
Sound – Leigh Davies
Lighting – Peter Bragg
Poster Artwork – Earl Carpenter
For The Fortune Theatre
Theatre Manager – Gerry Loates
Deputy Theatre Manager – Alice Miller
Box Office Manager – Matt Kemp
Chief Electrician – Ted Tomiak
Deputy Chief Electrician – Stephen Derham
Master Carpenter – Dave Peltier
Deputy Master Carpenter – Jon Mullinex
Head Usher – Emma Shaw
Stage Door Keepers – Daniel Whelan, and, Amanda Sym
Chair – David Pendlebury
Production & Development Manager – Oli Seadon
Casting – Bexfield Deitch Associates
Most of the people involved with TheatreMAD had previously been involved with Theatrecares and before that West End Cares. Louise Gold starred in The Company Of Mary Poppins for Theatrecares, and appeared in Chicago & Company, and, A Time To Start Living for West End Cares.
Simon Green had also previously appeared in A Time To Start Living for West End Cares.
Leigh Davies, Peter Bragg, David Pendlebury, and, Oli Seadon also worked on The Company Of Mary Poppins for Theatrecares.
Ted Tomiak also worked on Happily Ever After.
Desmond Barrit, and, Louise Gold had
previously starred together in Du Barry
Was A Lady (2001 Production), and appeared at
Joanne Farrell’s recording credits include Stop The World I Want To Get Off.
Simon Green may have previously appeared in Will Aid, and, Thing A Thon. He has previously appeared in Kids At Heart, the Side By Side By Sondheim 30th Anniversary Gala, and, A Love Letter To Dan. His recording credits include The History Of The Musical.
David Pendlebury had previously appeared in Du Barry Was A Lady (1993 Production).
Shaun Escoffrey, and, Simon Green’s recording credits include The Great Musicals - From Broadway to Hollywood.
Links about Flaunt It 2008
TheatreMAD’s website: http://www.theatremad.org.uk/
London Theatre Online’s entry for the event: http://www.londontheatre.co.uk/londontheatre/news/oc08/flauntit333244.htm
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