Following the smash hit success of the 2014 UK Tour: 20th CENTURY BOY is back in 2018 for a further UK tour prior to London's West End. Contact us for your investment prospectus. The show traces the story of Marc Bolan and his band T. Rex from his early teens in the sixties in North London, where he was trying anything to be famous, first through fashion and then through his skill as a songwriter. When success came, it was massive, leading the band to be called ‘bigger than The Beatles’ by the British media. The musical production is filled with 24 of Marc’s legendary hits performed ‘live’ on stage to recreate the awesome sound of the 70s.
David Soul. Presenter. Cuban Soul
David Soul - Presenter & Storyteller David's acting carreer took off when he starred as one of the corrupt motorcycle cops in the Clint Eastwood thriller Magnum Force (1973), leading on to his iconic role in Starsky and Hutch. At the same time he also had a very successful singing career recording several albums, with worldwide number one hit singles Silver Lady & Don't Give Up on Us Baby. David has worked constantly in both film and on stage productions. He has toured internationally in several theatre productions, including playing the narrator in the critically-acclaimed production of Willy Russell's Blood Brothers, plus a successful UK tour performing in Ira Levin's Deathtrap and The Jerry Springer Show musical.
Cuban Soul is the fruition of his lifelong affection for Ernest Hemingway and Cuba.
GI Jones - Feature Film
Writer. Ian Ogilvy
Writer, Ian Ogilvy. Actor and author, Ian Ogilvy shot to fame when he took over from Roger Moore as Simon Templar in the "Return of the Saint. " He moved to the States in the late '80s, featuring in movies such as the comedy "Death Becomes Her," and the series "Murder, She Wrote" and "Diagnosis Murder,". He was a regular in the nighttime soap, "Malibu Shores." In addition to screenwriting Ian has written two novels and a successful series of children's books.
My Blue Heaven - The Musical
Writers. Paul Minnet & Brian Leveson
Paul Minnet and Brian Leveson.......... or Min and Lev as we know them are two of television's most prolific comedy writers. As light entertainment specialists they have written material for countless sketch shows including: The Brian Conley Show, Noel Edmunds House Party, Cannon & Ball, The Les Dennis Laughter Show, Ronnie Corbett Series, The Russ Abbott Show and The Two Ronnies Series. Recent credits include‘My Family’ from Series 6 onwards which became the highest rating comedy on BBC for 11 years. Other Credits include ‘Booze Cruise’ for Yorkshire/ITV in 2003 starring Martin Clunes, Neil Pearson & Mark Benton for which they won The Royal Television Society North Award for Best Network Drama);
Fast Cars - Documentary
Writer. Tim John
Tim John, Screenwriter: After British television success as one of the original writers for "The Max Headroom Show", and a spell writing for HandMade Films, Tim pursued a seven-year career in Hollywood, writing feature screenplays for nearly all the major studios, together with Network and Cable television. As well as working on his original material, he has also worked with stars such as Arnold Schwarzenegger and Bill Murray. Tim returned to live in England a few years ago, where he continues to write for both sides of the Atlantic, generally working in Comedy, although his material is taking on an increasingly dark tone. He blames his mother. His film adaptation of the best-selling A STREET CAT NAMED BOB commenced production in October 2015. ADVENTURES IN LALA LAND, Tim's warts-and-all book about his family's seven years in Hollywood was published on Amazon in 2014. See here.