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Acorn Antiques: The Musical (2006)

Video  -  Comedy | Drama | Musical  -  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 »

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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 »

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Miss Babs: You can't say "gypsy" anymore Mrs O, it's very politically incorrect!
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Absolutely fantastic - typical Victoria Wood expertise!
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If you don't get regional British humour you won't get this - which is a tragedy because this is British theatre at its' best! The dialogue is wonderful, smooth and expertly delivered - as are all the songs and dances. Julie Walters, Celia Imrie, Duncan Preston, Sally Ann Triplett and Josie Lawrence show what true professionalism is and whilst the story is somewhat different to the TV series and lacks some of the familiar items, the new mixture of the TV series and 'Vaudeville/Music Hall' is inspirational, extremely funny and well delivered. Even though I dislike Neil Morrisey's previous work, I have to say he delivered the obnoxious/slimy role very well - good casting, The rest of the cast is tip top too - just like 'Tip Top Tap'!! Well done Victoria Wood et al - more please!!


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