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Acorn Antiques: The Musical (2006)



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Duncan Preston ...
Sally Ann Triplett ...
Donna / Bonnie
John / Tony
Steve / Hugh
Jenna Boyd ...
Hatcheck Girl / Mimi
Lorraine Chappell ...
Suzi / Papergirl / Young Mrs O / Evelyn
Daniele Coombe ...
Sally / Miss Wellbelove / Debra
Vic / Mr Watkins
Sidney Livingstone ...
Ken / Mr Minchin
Jill Martin ...
Lynn / Christine
Carl Sanderson ...
Brian / Mr Furlong


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Comedy | Drama | Musical





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13 March 2006 (UK)  »

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A full-length musical based on three minute sketches from past Victoria Wood TV series. See more »


The song "Tip Top Tap" is purported to come from the 1957 musical "Café Continental". However, it contains many modern references such as Shake 'n' Vac and the M11 motorway. See more »


Donna: You never mind Noel. That shirt-lifter.
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Featured in The South Bank Show: Victoria Wood (2007) See more »

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I kept laughing out loud – even though I watched it on my own.
20 September 2006 | by (Milton Keynes, United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It is very rare for me to laugh out loud when I watch something on my own (which is a very different experience from watching a comic drama with others), and despite being very tired last night I laughed out loud a lot and thoroughly enjoyed the DVD.

Julie Walters sparkles as always both as the hunchbacked crone Mrs Overall and as the pretentious, self-absorbed actress Bo Beaumont. Celia Imrie and Duncan Preston, both also cast member from the original Acorn Antique TV sketches were also excellent.

Josie Lawrence was a welcome addition I have only seen her perform on the improvisational comedy game show "Whose Line is it Anyway" but continue to be impressed by her as I was by Neil Morrissey – both as the pompous John and the slimy Tony.

However it is Victoria Woods writing which has to be the star of the show. It is so full of wit and irony and self-effacing sarcasm.

A wonderful show which I thoroughly enjoyed – I only wish I had seen it on stage in the West End!

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