Great Expectations
Original London Cast

Musical | Released: 1993 | Format: CD

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# Track   Duration
2.I Call Myself Pip 
3.Watching The Days Go By 
4.All Little Boys Should Be Grateful 
5.Best Of Friends 
6.This Little Boy Should Be Grateful 
7.Break His Heart 
8.Questions And Answers 
9.Cobwebs And Cake 
10.I Call Myself Pip 
12.It's Wonderful 
13.Loneliest Night in The World 
14.Great Expectations 
17.To Be A Gentleman 
18.Behind The Mask 
19.Heart Of Stone 
21.Theoretical Case 
22.Loneliest Night In The World 
23.It's Wonderful 
24.We Are Each Other 
25.We Are Each Other (Finale) 
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Darren Day found initial attention appearing with Bob Monkhouse on Opportunity Knocks, before, after five years with a career that spanned being a Butlins redcoat, doing stand-up comedy, and singing with bands, Day made his breakthrough as a singer and dancer in London's West End theatre, starring in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. He then developed his career as a television presenter on programmes such asYou Bet!, and Don't Try This at Home! He also appeared in the first series of the reality television show I'm a Celebrity... Get Me Out of Here! He finished third. Since then Darren has appeared in many touring stage musicals, including Summer Holiday, Grease, The Rocky Horror Show, and Hellbreeder.

Great Expectations The Musical continued the creative partnership between Mike Read (music/lyrics), previously better known as a Radio One DJ and later TV presenter (Saturday Superstore / Pop Quiz), and Christopher G Sandford (Adaptation). Their previous work had included Readís musical ĎOscarí about Oscar Wilde and ĎA Christmas Carolí, another Dickens adaptation. The musical debuted at Theatr Clwd, Mold, in Wales, before touring and received great acclaim, both for the writing and itís young star Darren Day.

Great Expectations is a curio for collectorís of musical theatre, shows another side of the well known Mike Readís talents and is an early example of Darren Dayís great potential as a show star. It is also arguably, a hidden gem of British Musical Theatre awaiting rediscovery.

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