Survive show celebrations

18:19 20 April 2012

Ray Quinn, Tia Hatcher and Emma Stephens

Ray Quinn, Tia Hatcher and Emma Stephens

Crew and actors of the stage show Survive at the New Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham celebrated their production's success with an after-show party. Produced to raise awareness and funds for four cancer charities.


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Crew and actors of the stage show Survive at the New Alexandra Theatre in Birmingham celebrated their productions success with an after-show party. Produced to raise awareness and funds for four cancer charities,. The show was set in a railway station and followed the lives of seven characters affected by cancer. It was written and produced by Nigel Davey from Bromsgrove and Monica Price from Droitwich and featured actors Les Dennis and Hannah Waterman.



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