The London Palladium is renowned all over the world as the home of stage entertainment. From smash-hit musicals to the British debut of Judy Garland, as well as hosting numerous Royal Variety Performances and the beloved Sunday Night at the Palladium, the famous theatre has seen it all. Small surprise, then, that so many of those who have entered through the stage door have a story to tell. Neil Sean, entertainment correspondent and performer, has long been fascinated by the theatre and the hold it exerts over so many performers. Over his years in show business he has interviewed and chatted with a staggering number of stars of stage and screen and in this book he spills the beans, bringing backstage stories to life with plenty of glitz and glamour. He also explores the effect that the London Palladium has had on the world of entertainment and the glory that surrounds that singular honour - having your name in lights above the most famous theatre in the world.Notthebest material, butyou know, wea#39;re still on the show and the producer is happy even if we are not. a#39;So Ia#39;m ... People like Harry Secombe and Andy Stewart, who had a never ending flow of whisky, of which Bernie is now partakingto calmanbsp;...
|Title||:||Live at the London Palldium|
|Publisher||:||Amberley Publishing Limited - 2014-11-06|