IN PICTURES: Cabaret on Broadway, by Alnwick Stage Musical Society

The latest production by Alnwick Stage Musical Society was Cabaret on Broadway, which was written and produced by two of its members, Leonie Airlie and Kellie Hughes. Five shows were held at the former Lindisfarne Middle School while the Alnwick Playhouse is undergoing a £3.2million refurbishment. Here are some pictures from the production by Chris Green.

By Paul Larkin
Wednesday, 27 March, 2019, 19:31
Gary Brown and Mark Stenton sing The Greatest Show, from The Greatest Showman, in the Alnwick Stage Musical Society's production, Cabaret on Broadway. Picture by Chris Green

See a review of the show in tomorrow's Northumberland Gazette.

Left, Leonie Airlie silhouetted on stage. Right, Kellie Hughes and some of the cast of Cabaret on Broadway.
Kelly Hughes and Leonie Airlie star in Cabaret on Broadway.
Life is a cabaret, old chum! Leonie Airlie, centre, and the cast of Cabaret on Broadway.
Kellie Hughes in Cabaret on Broadway.
Left, Mark Stenton sings If I Were A Rich Man, from Fiddler on the Roof. Right, dancing queen Leonie Airlie.
Anthony Stoker in the Alnwick Stage Musical Society's production, Cabaret on Broadway.
Claire Teasdale and Colin Grimes sing Razzle Dazzle, from Chicago.
Ali Wrangham and Peter Biggers sing Money Makes the World Go Round, from Cabaret.
Mark Stenton sings If I Were A Rich Man, from Fiddler on the Roof.
All That Jazz, from Chicago, was sung by Leonie Airlie - and Peter Brown was musical director for the production Cabaret on Broadway.

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Becca Grey, Colin Grimes and the ASMS company sing Seasons of Love, from Rent.
Susannah Clapcott sings Cabaret in the Alnwick Stage Musical Society's production, Cabaret on Broadway.
Musical director Peter Brown and members of the band.
The Rhythm of Life is a powerful beat. The cast of Cabaret on Broadway feeling the tingle in their fingers and the tingle in their feet!
Claire Teasdale and Anthony Stoker sing Some Enchanted Evening, from South Pacific.
Musical director Peter Brown had a starring role as the MC for Cabaret on Broadway.
Mark Stenton performs Master of the House, from Les Miserables.
Friendship - Kellie Hughes and Leonie Airlie star in the own production, Cabaret on Broadway.
Left, Diane Maughan as fading movie star Norma Desmond, singing As If We Never Said Goodbye, from Sunset Boulevard. Right, Lynne Lambert sings Broadway Baby, from Follies.
Gary Brown and Mark Stenton sing The Greatest Show, from The Greatest Showman.
Gary Brown, Mark Stenton and the Alnwick Stage Musical Society company sing the finale, The Greatest Show, from The Greatest Showman.