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Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens

June 2007

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The Story

This award winning musical-cum-cabaret, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, is designed to appeal to seasoned theatre-goers and young clubbers alike.

The show is set in “Saucy Jack’s” a seedy cabaret bar in a distant planet of the future, presided over by the charismatic Jack. It puts the audience at the heart of the action as they form the audience at Saucy Jack’s itself.

Alas, all is not well at Saucy Jack’s, for the cabaret acts are, one by one, falling victim to the notorious “sling-back killer”. The only clue is the stiletto heel of a sequinned sling-back plunged into each victim’s chest. Fortunately, the Space Vixens, a trio of sassy, glamorous, inter-stellar, super-fashion crime-fighters who derive their powers from disco (yes, that’s right, disco!) arrive to save the day.

With its high-energy dance score, including tracks like “Glitter Boots Saved My Life” and “All I Need Is Disco”, this cheeky, feel-good show had the audience grinning their hearts out, dancing along and screaming for more.

What NODA said

This was a very good example of ensemble playing focused around Saucy Jack and his night club which appeared to be populated by social misfits.

"Each character was carefully defined and expanded as the show progressed"

"This whole production was very well directed with good use of the space and excellent interaction between the players. It was an ambitious project which worked spectacularly thanks to the hard work of both cast and technical personnel, I imagine that on first reading it appeared to be a technical nightmare - but your crew obviously rose to the challenge."

"The costumes were very imaginative and I congratulate the wardrobe mistress and her assistants for all their efforts with what must have been a challenging task! I thought that the costumes also helped to define the character of the person wearing them"

"Your choreographer had worked overtime getting it right and drilling the cast and this certainly paid dividends - the dancing for Fetish Number from Nowhere was very good."

An amateur production in association with Samuel French

Book by Charlotte Mann
Lyrics by Charlotte Mann & Michael Fidler
Music by Jonathan Croose & Robin Forrest

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