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Somewhere Appearance:

Somewhere Programme

set list:
-first half-
  • Somewhere
  • Yesterday, When I Was Mad
  • The Truck-Driver And His Mate
  • Se A Vida E
  • Some Speculation
  • Hallo Spaceboy
  • To Step Aside
  • Go West
    -second half-
  • The Theatre
  • It's A Sin/I Will Survive
  • The Man Who Has Everything
  • Discoteca
  • Friendly Fire
  • Love Comes Quickly
  • Can You Forgive Her?
  • Somewhere
    usually three from:
  • Left To My Own Devices
  • Before
  • Being Boring
  • West End Girls
  • Rent (Accoustic)

  • pictures:

    London, UK

    info and cast:

    On June 4th, the Pet Shop Boys begin a three week residency, 'Somewhere', at London's Savoy Theatre, staged in collaboration with the artist Sam Taylor-Wood with follow cast.

    music programming: Pete Gleadall
    additional vocals: Sylvia Mason-James
    dancer: Les Child
    choreographer: Claire Eastman/Eastman Marley Organisation
    projection footage: Sam Taylor-Wood/ White Cube Production
    lighting director: Jon Pollack
    sound engineer: Robbie McGrath
    monitor engineer: Chris Wade-Evans
    keyboard technician: Darek Simpson
    projection technician: Julian Hogg
    event managers: Ivan Kushlick & Lee Charteris
    event accountant: Damian Pulle
    pet shop boys assistant: Dainton Connell
    stage set construction: Andrew Bauchamp
    staging coordinator: Michael Vale
    make-up: Lynn Easton
    hair: Leonard Hughes
    wardrobe & costumes: Lola Cashman
    production assistance: Sharon Ashley, Consuelo Balduzzi, James Webb
    stage door coordinator: Philip Guthrie
    promoter: Harvey Golgsmith, Dennis Arnold, Pete Wilson & Jeanne White of Allied Entertaiments Group
    promoter's rep: Steve Rament
    projection equipment: Chris Mounser, PLS UK Ltd
    sound equpment: Michael Warren, Britannia Row
    management: Jill Carrington PSB Partnership Ltd
    administration: Lisa Whelan ssisted by Caroline Grindal PSB Partnership Ltd

    tour venues:
  • 5.-21.06.1997 United Kingdom
    London, The Savoy Hotel Theatre