"The Gambler", by Mel Smith, Peter Brewis and Bob Goody, with music by Peter Brewis, transferred from Hampstead Theatre to the Comedy Theatre (now The Harold Pinter Theatre) in the West End, with Paul Brown, Philip Davis, Bob Goody, and Mel Smith in the cast and Martin Dobson, Bo Critchley, Mark Stevens and Peter Brewis in the ...
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[on the spoof musical in The Tall Guy
(1989)] Mel [Mel Smith
] really wanted to do that because he didn't like Andrew Lloyd Webber
's stuff any more than I did, but he did love Sondheim, as do I, so it's a kind of hybrid actually. It's a send-up of both of them but it's most venomous I think about Andrew Lloyd Webber
. There's one song that's terribly like him.