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Dammit, got beaten to the ghey comment.

Been dragged to see Phantom of the Opera in the West End, and whilst it's most definitely not my cup of tea, I can appreciate that it was a brilliant show. Also seen Chicago, which was not so hot and Joseph and the amazing technicoloured dreamcoat, which was good.

You'll do well to enjoy it yourself though, I found it to be a bit of an ordeal.

PS - Apparently its poor form to browse the internet on your phone during the show, even if the brightness is turned down.

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Dammit, got beaten to the ghey comment.

Been dragged to see Phantom of the Opera in the West End, and whilst it's most definitely not my cup of tea, I can appreciate that it was a brilliant show. Also seen Chicago, which was not so hot and Joseph and the amazing technicoloured dreamcoat, which was good.

You'll do well to enjoy it yourself though, I found it to be a bit of an ordeal.

PS - Apparently its poor form to browse the internet on your phone during the show, even if the brightness is turned down.

I quite like musicals. I have seen Le Miserables 4 times, Cats, Starlight Express and Martin Guerre.

I guess I have a little bit of ghey inside me!

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The dress code was both strict & non-negotiable Gareth, fail to see how this makes me ghey.

Okay; to be fair that does not, in fact, make you ghey.

Your insatiable hunger for cock, on the other hand...

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The dress code was both strict & non-negotiable Gareth, fail to see how this makes me ghey.

Okay, to be fair that does not in fact make you ghey.

Your insatiable hunger for cock, on the other hand...

Why does it have to be on his other hand? :winkold:

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At risk of joining Shillzz's Ghey Club, The Lion King is the best show on the West End by a country mile. Technically brilliant.

Now Garth, if you'd kindly give give me my "Postma Approved" badge I'll be on my way.

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At risk of joining Shillzz's Ghey Club, The Lion King is the best show on the West End by a country mile. Technically brilliant.

Now Garth, if you'd kindly give give me my "Postma Approved" badge I'll be on my way.

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Got shaghaied into seeing Les Miserables on Broadway about a decade ago...

My favorite musical, however, must be Don't Stop the Carnival, though my only exposure to it is through the [not-original cast] album, performed by the writer and his band (the musical only had a short run in Miami). Unfortunately the only uploads of this to youtube have been processed into complete shit.

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