Forbidden Broadway: gently mocking musicals since 1982

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Forbidden Broadway: gently mocking musicals since 1982
12th November 2014

Forbidden Broadway takes a loving swipe at all that is good and bad in the world of musicals - from dodgy scores to nonsensical lyrics. 

The cast constantly swap roles and play a plethora of parts. 

The cast explain which shows they spoof and why, despite all the mocking, it’s all done with love. 

The show originally ran in 1982 but has since been refreshed and revamped time over for both the West End and New York theatre scene. 

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