LAST NIGHT WAS A¬†PHENOMENAL¬†SUCCESS- NOT A SPARE SEAT IN THE HOUSE! EVERY AUDIENCE MEMBER LEFT INSPIRED AND ABOVE ALL HAPPY- THE TALENT ON SHOW PULLED OUT ALL OF THE STOPS- MANY PROVING WITHOUT A SHADOW OF A DOUBT THAT THE YOUTH OF TODAY SHOULD NOT BE TARRED WITH THE SAME BRUSH AND THAT THIS CURRENT NEGATIVE AND HARMFUL PRESS SHOULD NOT BE LISTENED TO- THERE IS A FLIP SIDE TO EVERY COIN.
A MASSIVE THANKS TO THE LEICESTER SQUARE THEATER AND ALL ITS WONDERFUL STAFF.
Art saves lives. It makes you sing and dance and laugh and cry -it inspires you and makes you glad to be the person you are. It plays the guitar and sings in harmony -it raps and it speaks with a ventriloquists dummy-it harmonizes and it recites hilarious profane, irreverent poetry- it has you gasping in your seat and whooping with joy, it bring you together and makes you see more clearly. And if you were not at the Leicester Square Theatre on Monday night for the Art Saves Lives benefit then this is what you missed. Playing to an almost full capacity house one unique, brilliant act followed another. Inspired by Dean and introduced by the wonderful, hilarious Jud Charlton this was a night that made your life richer for being there. DEE- INSIDE FILMS!
Last Monday, I walked down and into the Leicester Square Theatre and into an evening organised by the writer Dean Stalham, for a charity in which he is much involved, called Art Saves Lives. The place was packed. At first it seemed to be mostly teenagers but then my eyes settled down, I reckon the age range was anywhere from twelve to seventy-eight the last being me. Among the performers were several young rappers. Rappers fascinate me: their nerve at break-neck versifying, to one who has been spouting performance verse for years, takes my breath away. There was a wonderful one whose refrain was something to do with getting praise from his trainers to his dreads, and another, a fourteen year old who inspired my awe! Anybody got anything moody to say about the younger generation, go and boil your head. Dudley Sutton
after all the looting the other week. it was nice to see the real side of the majority of the young men @ women who make up are communities rather than the negative minority. they say a squeaky wheel gets oiled. well I hope those in charge of are country oil the positive wheels I had the privilege to be entertained by and those who made speeches of positivity in the face of adversity. who should be the real voice of are people. that said what a brilliant show children from all ages up to around 70 years young dancing /singing /poetry /ventriloquism and all to give people that normally get over looked a platform. and encourage a better vision for all. fantastic idea art saves lives is now a fact not just a name of a charity well done to all who put the show together. and thanks for letting me attend.