George Stiles and Anthony Drewe met at Exeter University in the late 80's and have been writing together ever since. Their shows include Just So (Winner of the Vivian Ellis Award 1985)and produced at the Tricyle theatre in London in 1989, Tutankhamun (1992),Honk (1993), Peter Pan - which won best song at the Danish Musical of the Year in 1996, premiered at Det Ny Theater in Copenhagen in 2000. It had it's London Premiere on 26 April 2001 at the Royal Festival Hall in London and was broadcast on Radio 3 on 31 December 2001. It will be presented again at the Royal festival Hall in December 2002 / January 2003. They have presented their own review 'Warts and All'. One of their new shows will be called Soho - loosely based on Cinderella but a twisted version !!. Their most recent work is in the World Premiere stage produciton of Mary Poppins. New songs have been written and some of the original music has been reorchestrated. The show opened to great acclaim 15 December 2004 at the Prince Edward theatre. Click here for the Official Mary Poppins website
George Stiles has written music for 'Moll Flanders, 'Tom Jones' and 'The Three Musketeers' with lyricist Paul Leigh which won a prize at the Danish Musical of the Year 1996 and was performed in concert in Denmark to over 10,000 people. It has it's US premiere in San Jose in late 2000. Click here for the website. He has contributed music to several other productions including The RSC Shakespeare review and Habeas Corpus. In June 2002 he was in Toronto working on a new production of Tom Jones. he composed the music for the DOnmar Theatre productions of Uncle Vanya and Twelfth Night and the cd is available from Dress Circle
Anthony Drewe has also written / contributed lyrics for several productions including the revamped 'The Card', 'A Twist of Fate'and 'Maddie'. As an actor in performed the role of Porthos in the concert version of 'Three Musketeers' and he directed Just So in South Africa in Spring 2000 and in Tokyo in 2002
Nick Holder as Porthos
James Graeme and Denis Quilley in Peter Pan
Linzi Hateley as the Kolokolo bird
Simon Bowman as Kangaroo and Alexandra Worrall as Dingo
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