When Midnight Strikes
Tuesday 17 October 2017 - Sunday 12 November 2017
'Full marks to Marc Kelly and Elizabeth Chadwick for digging it out of the back catalogue of "Shows That Never Made It"' British Theatre on Birds of Paradise
'Charles Miller and Kevin Hammonds have borrowed the baton from the likes of Sondheim and created a rare thing - a witty and entertaining piece of musical theatre that is also a treat for the brain. It's enough to restore one's faith in the genre!' British Theatre Guide
General Admission £ 16
/ Concessions £ 12
/ Early Birds (First Two Weeks) £ 10
Early Birds Expire 2017-10-01
About the Company:
MKEC Productions was set up in 2014 by Marc Kelly and Elizabeth Chadwick with the aim of producing high quality and accessible London fringe theatre. Marc and Elizabeth met during their time at University where they both studied Musical Theatre. Marc and Elizabeth have performed in the UK and around the world since graduating and have now come together to form MKEC Productions. They strive to produce engaging theatre that appeals to a wide variety of the public. Previous shows at the Drayton Arms include; The Baker's Wife, Lucky Stiff, Here's To The Ladies Who Belt and Birds of Paradise.
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Cast & Crew:
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Writer : Charles Miller
Charles has become a highly regarded composer over the last decade. He has composed a number of musicals, many in collaboration with New York lyricist Kevin Hammonds. These include the highly acclaimed Brenda Bly: Teen Detective which opened at the Bridewell Theatre, London, and has since been performed all around the world. Also, No One In The World, which opened at the Cochrane Theatre, London, as well as a successful run Off-Broadway at The Producers Club.
Director : Marc Kelly
Marc trained at Cumbria Institute of the Arts where he gained a First Class Degree in Drama and Musical Theatre, he followed that by training at Guildford School of Acting were he graduated with an MA in Musical Theatre.