As the title of the new HAODs show says, ‘Anything Goes’ which included some members of the cast singing in Market Place on Saturday to promote the show which is on at the Kenton this week (19-21 Nov).
‘Anything Goes’ is an evening of fun aboard the luxury Ocean liner The S.S. American bound for London from New York. Telling the story of how stowaway Billy Crocker tries to woo heiress Hope Harcourt from her fiancé Lord Evelyn Oakleigh. In his pursuit of Hope’s affection he enlists the help of Gangster Moonface Martin and nightclub singer Reno, resulting in madcap mayhem; and all to the classic, memorable music of Cole Porter.
After all There’s no Cure Like Travel for Friendship. Get a Kick out of Evangelist Reno Sweeny and her Angels as they meet Public Enemy Number One while Gabriel Blows his horn. Get your feet tapping as the dancers demonstrate that a Glimpse of Stocking can be more than just a little shocking under the creative direction of Michael Huntington, the musical direction of Jonathan Heard, and choreography in the capable hands and feet of Samantha Riley.
Chair of HAODS, Julie Huntington said, “This is a fantastic show that will appeal to the whole family. Cole Porter’s music is timeless-which has been proven by the large audiences it has attracted. The cast have gelled from the start which shows in the performances. Everyone on stage is having a ball and we hope that the audience will join in!”
To book tickets go to https://www.kentontheatre.co.uk/what’s-on.aspx