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Coverage across the wonderful web

So Jest End’s publicity has gone into hyperdrive of late as the days grow ever so close to the opening night on April 23rd, click the links below to see where we’re featured across the web.

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So Jest End on the Official Queen Website. www.queenonline.com

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Sit back and relax amongst the dapper dandies, and enjoy this surreal hilarity as it is revealed before your pretty lime-lit eyes.
Who needs gossip forums and hearsay? An exclusive look behind Wendy’s dusty curtains will entice, educate and inform you of all you need to know. www.noostar.com

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Please vote for us at www.1Click2Fame.com

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We’re also in the diary at TheatreMad.org.uk

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So Jest End (Official Announcement)

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So Jest End, 23-25th April 2009, 11pm @ The New Players Theatre, London.
Box Office: 020 7478 0100 and tickets from Ticketweb.

Rate Jest End Video

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If you have the time could you please click on the link here and rate all the Jest End Videos. It’s a chance to win some development money for the company.
Thank you, Garry. x

Jest End Sketch

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A good friend of mine Iolo Edger popped down to the last show, here’s a quick sketch he did, take a look at his other artwork here.

Brian & Garry

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A long standing friend of the show Mr. Brian May.

WOS Backs So Jest End Comedy at New Players

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After sell-out dates at the Jermyn Street and Leicester Square Theatres last year, the musical comedy show SO JEST END returns for three nights only – 23, 24 and 25 April 2009 – at the New Players Theatre at Charing Cross.

Whatsonstage.com has come on board as the official media partner to the production, which aims to become a more regular West End fixture in future, and the capital’s “top comedy event for theatrical escapism”.

The Forbidden Broadway-style show is given a more contemporary twist with regularly updated material parodying the West End’s most popular musicals. It’s devised and directed by Garry Lake (currently Pop in Queen’s We Will Rock You) and features fellow We Will Rock You stars Rachel Tucker – from TV’s I’d Do Anything, nominated in this year’s Whatsonstage.com Awards for Best Takeover for the Queen musical – Jon Boydon and Ian Carlyle as well as Louise Dearman (Evita).

The evening is hosted by stage and screen star Paul Nicholas, with special guests including Ian Kelsey (Chicago, TV’s Emmerdale) and Sandra Marvin (Hairspray). It’s choreographed by Rebecca Howell, with musical direction by Gareth Ellis.

Commenting on Whatsonstage.com’s partnership with SO JEST END, editorial director Terri Paddock said: “Whatsonstage.com is all about celebrating theatre and we’re impressed by SO JEST END’s approach of doing this in fun, light-hearted but loving, way. We hope it becomes a weekly Theatreland must-see.”

For the New Players engagement, a special, star-studded gala performance – at 11.00pm on Thursday 23 April 2009 – will be held in aid of Whatsonstage.com’s 2009 adopted charity TheatreMAD (Theatre: Make A Difference), which supports those facing hardship as a result of HIV, AIDS and other long-term conditions.

** DON’T MISS the opportunity to join Whatsonstage.com & the stars for the
SO JEST END gala on 23 April 2009! Members of our Theatre Club can attend for half-price just £12.50!! (Normally £25) – For more on this EXCLUSIVE offer & details on how to join the Club, click here!! **