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142 4921 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: peter mitchell, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
142 4927 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: salad days, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4928 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: salad days, stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road
142 4932 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: salad days, stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4935 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: salad days, stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4938 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: brian waddingham, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
142 4941 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: brian waddingham, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
142 4943-44 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: david rhodes, salad days, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4949 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: david rhodes, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
142 4963 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4968 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4981 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: stephanie potts, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
142 4986 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: fabia alexander, studio theatre ashley road
142 4992 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: fabia alexander, studio theatre ashley road
142 4997 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: fabia alexander, studio theatre ashley road
150 4673 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: athena diamond, brian waddingham, david rhodes, fabia alexander, george cotterill, jackie pilkington, peter mitchell, press shots, production shot, rowena greenaway, salad days, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio
150 4681 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: press shots, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
150 4695 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: press shots, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
150 4696 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: press shots, salad days, studio theatre ashley road
150 4700 
 Salad Days, at Studio Theatre, Ashley Road and written by Julian Slade and Dorothy Reynolds, opened in 1954 in the West End and remained there until 1960 when it closed after 2283 performances. This was the first show seen by the young Cameron Mackintosh which sparked off his life-long interest in the theatre.
 
The show is built around the tale of a magic piano that can make people dance. Timothy and Jane have just left University and are having to make their way in the world with the help (or hindrance) or their respective families. Their lack of income is miraculously solved for the summer when they are offered £7 a week to look after the piano, and this leads to a variety of musical adventures.
 
There are over 20 parts in the musical encompassing the age range of 'teen to seventies and the atmosphere is one of a summertime, light-hearted romp with well-loved songs that the cast have tackled with gusto! Directed by Camilla Burgess, it runs from 23 - 28 May at 7.30 p.m. and a Saturday matinee at 2.30 p.m. on 28 May. Tickets are from the Salisbury Information Centre, Fish Row. Tel 01722 342860. 
 Keywords: emma way, fabia alexander, press shots, production shot, salad days, studio theatre ashley road, terry d'onofrio

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