BB COOPER: SHOWS
“songs destined to be the standards of the future” – Dave Gelly.
BB Cooper has enjoyed a long-established career as a composer with a number of stage productions and recordings to her name, each written in her own unique style.
“BB Cooper hearkens back to a time when names like Berlin, Rodgers or Bacharach were equal in importance to those of the band and the singer. There is no one else in the mainstream, or any stream for that matter, who is able to release albums comprised entirely of their own new music and have it performed as eloquently.” Elliott Simon, All About Jazz
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LAKESIDE AND THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTTINGHAM
Written by Toby Hulse
Director Martin Berry
Lighting Design Richard Statham
Lost and alone in the jungle, how will the infant Mowgli survive in this terrifying but wonderful new world? And how will he escape the claws of the vengeful tiger, Shere Khan?
Only the help and guidance of Baloo the bear, Bagheera the panther and Akela the wolf can protect him from the mischievous monkeys, the powerful python Kaa, and ultimately from himself.
Rudyard Kipling’s classic tales of the Indian jungle, animals, humans, friendship, love and the natural laws that bind us all together, are brilliantly brought to the stage in BB Cooper’s musical, written by Toby Hulse. A spell-binding, edge-of-your-seat adventure of song, dance, music and laughter that evokes the brilliance of Kipling’s original stories.
Wednesday 12 – Friday 14 July 7pm
Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 July 7pm
Saturday 15, Sunday 16 July,
Saturday 22 July 2pm & 6pm
Sunday 23 July, 2pm
Approximately 2 hours including interval