Novello Theatre – Aldwych, London – Crazy For You

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Novello Theatre – Aldwych, London – Crazy For You
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Near the Strand in London. Was here to see Crazy For You at the Novello Theatre.

This is the Novello Theatre on Aldwych in London. The theatre where we saw Crazy For You.

It was opened in 1905 as the Waldorf Theatre. Renamed in 1909 Strand Theatre. Renamed again in 2005 as Novello Theatre.

The theatre is Grade II listed.

The Strand Theatre, Westminster

TQ 3080 NE CITY OF WESTMINSTER ALDWYCH, WC2
73/20 (North side)

20.7.71 The Strand Theatre

G.V. II

Theatre. 1905 by W.G.R. Sprague. Portland stone faced, concealed roof.
Lively Free Classicism of vaguely Beaux Arts derivation, part of the
Aldwych-Kingsway development and designed as a reverse pair to the Aldwych
Theatre q.v. flanking the Waldorf Hotel q.v. in a symmetrical composition.
4 storeys and attic storey. Identical 3-window wide elevations to
Catherine Street and Aldwych linked by inset bowed 2-window wide corner
entrance pavilion. Ground and 1st floors treated as rusticated podium with
entrance to corner under canopy returned to both fronts. Arcaded 1st floor
windows. Above 1st floor cornice rises a giant engaged Ionic order
embracing the 2nd and 3rd floors with the 2nd floor windows treated as
steep pedimented Venetian windows. Tall attic storey above main
entablature fronted to Aldwych and Catherine Street by applied pediments,
attic cornice and blocking course surmounted by ball finials. Generous use
of high and low relief statuary groups, swags and pendants. Catherine
Street facade continued as lower, giant pilastered wing. Interior has
semi-elliptical vestibule; elegant foyer with marble dressings including
Corinthian pilaster order; marble staircase with wrought iron and brass
balustrades; ceilings compartmented in C.17 style; elliptical "Dixhuitieme"
dress circle bar; fine auditorium with 3 cantilevered balconies, domed
frescoed ceiling and high quality stucco decoration in "Dixhuitieme" taste,
particularly the tiers of boxes surmounted by putti groups.

The Theatres of London; Mander and Mitchenson.

Craxy For You

Crazy for You is a musical with a book by Ken Ludwig, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, and music by George Gershwin. Billed as "The New Gershwin Musical Comedy", it is largely based on the songwriting team’s 1930 musical, Girl Crazy, but interpolates songs from several other productions as well.

It was the 2011 revival. First played at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in Summer 2011. Moved to the Novello in October 2011 to July 2012.

The show was quite good. Very enjoyable.

Novello Theatre – Aldwych, London – Crazy For You
polly lyrics

Image by ell brown
Near the Strand in London. Was here to see Crazy For You at the Novello Theatre.

This is the Novello Theatre on Aldwych in London. The theatre where we saw Crazy For You.

It was opened in 1905 as the Waldorf Theatre. Renamed in 1909 Strand Theatre. Renamed again in 2005 as Novello Theatre.

The theatre is Grade II listed.

The Strand Theatre, Westminster

TQ 3080 NE CITY OF WESTMINSTER ALDWYCH, WC2
73/20 (North side)

20.7.71 The Strand Theatre

G.V. II

Theatre. 1905 by W.G.R. Sprague. Portland stone faced, concealed roof.
Lively Free Classicism of vaguely Beaux Arts derivation, part of the
Aldwych-Kingsway development and designed as a reverse pair to the Aldwych
Theatre q.v. flanking the Waldorf Hotel q.v. in a symmetrical composition.
4 storeys and attic storey. Identical 3-window wide elevations to
Catherine Street and Aldwych linked by inset bowed 2-window wide corner
entrance pavilion. Ground and 1st floors treated as rusticated podium with
entrance to corner under canopy returned to both fronts. Arcaded 1st floor
windows. Above 1st floor cornice rises a giant engaged Ionic order
embracing the 2nd and 3rd floors with the 2nd floor windows treated as
steep pedimented Venetian windows. Tall attic storey above main
entablature fronted to Aldwych and Catherine Street by applied pediments,
attic cornice and blocking course surmounted by ball finials. Generous use
of high and low relief statuary groups, swags and pendants. Catherine
Street facade continued as lower, giant pilastered wing. Interior has
semi-elliptical vestibule; elegant foyer with marble dressings including
Corinthian pilaster order; marble staircase with wrought iron and brass
balustrades; ceilings compartmented in C.17 style; elliptical "Dixhuitieme"
dress circle bar; fine auditorium with 3 cantilevered balconies, domed
frescoed ceiling and high quality stucco decoration in "Dixhuitieme" taste,
particularly the tiers of boxes surmounted by putti groups.

The Theatres of London; Mander and Mitchenson.

Craxy For You

Crazy for You is a musical with a book by Ken Ludwig, lyrics by Ira Gershwin, and music by George Gershwin. Billed as "The New Gershwin Musical Comedy", it is largely based on the songwriting team’s 1930 musical, Girl Crazy, but interpolates songs from several other productions as well.

It was the 2011 revival. First played at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in Summer 2011. Moved to the Novello in October 2011 to July 2012.

The show was quite good. Very enjoyable.

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A few nice surfin bird lyrics images I found:

Lux Interior of The Cramps, dives into the audience at Mabuhay Gardens, San Francisco, 1978.
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Image by p0ps Harlow
Last night, Reid told me that Lux Interior of the Cramps died.

The best obit I found includes two video clips which are very much like the first show I saw them do. The Napa State Mental Hospital performance captured by Target Video is dated 1984, that must be the year the tape was edited. That show was in 1978. Wikipedia currently agrees.

In 1978, when the Cramps came for an interview at the radio station where I was a Punk Rock DJ (KMLS, Santa Rosa, Sonoma County, California), they had recently played that Napa State Hospital show. I asked them about how they liked playing for "that kind of crazies". Ivy answered, "it was really wild, they didn’t recognize a boundary between the stage and audience, they chased Lux around grabbing the mic, we loved it."

I told them I described their music to my audience as Psycho-Punk-a-Billy Surf Music, Lux laughed, Ivy said, "that’s accurate!" Lux explained that they wanted to resurrect the radical spirit of Rockabilly and that it can’t be done by imitating the records from the ’50s. "People don’t realize how rebellious the music was in it’s time and how much of a stone freak Elvis was before the Colonel got to him".

My partner in the radio show, "Jagged Edges", Gillian Garro and I took the Cramps to dinner at an old-school Italian roadhouse restaurant where we lingered while Lux played Frank Sinatra records on the jukebox and he and Ivy ate fried chicken with knives and forks.

We had a great time with them, went with them to the Inn of the Beginning in Cotati where we all talked excitedly about music, culture and their tour while we hung out before their show.

Their performance was powerful, a wild night of earth-shaking Rock n’ Roll, Lux moshing with us in the audience as much as on stage singing. After the show, we unwound with them and in the early morning, sadly, let them go.

The next night, I drove down to Mabuhay Garden in San Francisco, took photos of their next show.

My condolences go to Ivy, a sweet girl and courageous woman. I wish her well, it must be such a loss to her. The Cramps was a creation of her marriage to Lux and they so clearly loved each other deeply. Their creative partnership has been an inspiration to me.

The story I heard was that they never separated after Ivy, who was tripping while driving in Sacramento, California, picked up the hitch-hiking, Lux, who was also tripping. They immediately formed the band concept, Lux took his name, "Lux Interior" from a description written on the windshield of a car in a used car lot they passed. Ivy first took the name Ivy Rorschach, later was called Poison Ivy. I remember them both as kind-hearted, good-humored, enthusiastic, interested people who welcomed Gillian and I into instant friendship.

Of their original songs, I love the whacky lyrics of "People Ain’t No Good"
"People ain’t no good,
they never do what I think they should.
They’re no good on weekends when they go out to play,
they’re no good as bookends, cause you can’t make ‘em stay."

The brazen craziness of their music, I think is best captured on the Alex Chilton produced Surfin’ Bird

Lux was hesitant to play this on the radio during our interview, but allowed it, telling the audience, "You better prepare for this… drop!"

What would be a good song for wanting someone to come home from the hospital?

Question by Abeni H: What would be a good song for wanting someone to come home from the hospital?
My Grandpa had a massive heart attack and I need to find a song that would be good for a video about wanting him to come home
Thank you brianna H But thats not what Im looking for even tho it made me cry because Thats prolly what my grandma is thinking

Best answer:

Answer by Misty H
I Need You
Harrison
Lyrics:
You don’t realize how much I need you
Love you all the time and never leave you
Please come on back to me
I’m lonely as can be
I need you

Said you had a thing or two to tell me
How was I to know you would upset me
I didn’t realize
As I looked in you eyes
You told be

Oh, yes you told me
you don’t want my lovin’ anymore
That’s when it hurt me
And feeling like this
I just can’t go on anymore

Please remember how I feel about you
I could never really live without you
So come on back and see
Just what you mean to me
I need you

Oh, yes you told me
you don’t want my lovin’ anymore
That’s when it hurt me
And feeling like this
I just can’t go on anymore

Please remember how I feel about you
I could never really live without you
So come on back and see
Just what you mean to me
I need you
I need you
I need you

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Lead Singer: George

Recording: 2/15/65, 2/16/65
Mixing: 2/18/65, 2/23/65
Length: 2:28
Take: 5

What Goes On? Anomalies 0:41 * NEW *
Stray noise from guitar, right
1:10
Click to left, and the track “loses something” in content, during the syllable “mem”
1:48
Clicky sound along with skip in acoustic guitar just before the pedal steel comes in.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

why there had no spanish version of les miserables?

Question by tuppercracker: why there had no spanish version of les miserables?
i always lookin in surfin the web for the spanish version of les miserables including,plays,songs,lyrics,events etc. but it looks like there had nothing exist on spanish version of it. why?

Best answer:

Answer by Unefemme
The original play is written by a French guy, therefore the whole thing is in French. Same guy who wrote Hunchback of Notre-Dame ;-) Maybe people are just too lazy to translate everything into Spanish…? I know you get English versions of Les Miserables though…

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What is the background hip hop song in ABC’s Flash Forward episode 1?

Question by dan: What is the background hip hop song in ABC’s Flash Forward episode 1?
The song plays as both background and foreground music from minute 5 to 7 of episode 1 of ABC’s Flash Forward. It has a nice salsa/hiphop beat, and many of the lyrics are sampled from ‘Rapper’s Delight’ by the Sugarhill Gang.

Best answer:

Answer by Fiona W
:) It’s called ‘Quiet Dog’ by ‘Mos Def’
I’ve been looking ever since I watched the episode.
It’s on itunes, I hope you enjoy the song!

What do you think? Answer below!