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Monroe tours the villages in Some Like it Hotter

Tony Curtis, Jack Lemon and Marilyn Monroe are back and touring the villages in SOME LIKE IT HOTTER by Richard Hurford, a new musical comedy co-produced by The Watermill Theatre and Oxfordshire Theatre Company. It's a fast moving comedy, with daring dialogue, razor sharp wisecracks and fabulous music with all the glitz and glamour of Hollywood at its most seductive.

Playing 14 venues on a four-week autumn tour, prior to another in the spring, the show is at The Watermill from November 15 to 19.

It's the after-life and Curtis, Lemon and Monroe are on hand to provide the ultimate in movie tourism, the Some Like It Hot post-death experience. Then Charlie arrives. His dream has always been to play in the film's band, and low and behold his dream is about to come true. Before he knows it Charlie is in a frock, wearing heels, playing keyboards and on the way to Florida in the movie. However it appears that Charlie's appearance in the after-life is a bit premature but he has a reason for not wanting to return to the real world.



Oct 21,22 East Garston Village Hall 01635 46044

Oct 25 Goring Village Hall 01491 871499

Oct 26 The Neeld Hall, Chippenham 01249 665970

Oct 28 Croft Hall, Hungerford 01488 684038

Oct 29 Number 8 Arts Centre, Worcester 01386 555488

Oct 30 ACE Space, Newbury 07905 590214

Nov 2 Charles Grace Theatre, Shrivenham 01793 723496

Nov 3 Clair Hall, Haywards Heath 01444 455440

Nov 5 Theatre Royal, Margate 0845 1301786

Nov 6 Braintree Arts Theatre 01376 556354

Nov 8 Old Town Hall Arts Centre, Hemel Hempstead 01442 228091

Nov 10 East Botolph and Claydon Village Hall 01296 712082

Nov 12 Chilbolton Village Hall 01264 354425

Nov 15 – 19 The Watermill Theatre 01635 46044

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