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Musical Theatre! Jane Horrocks on why her new Young Vic show is a gig, a dance piece & much more – Audio Interview

Musical Theatre! Jane Horrocks on why her new Young Vic show is a gig, a dance piece & much more – Audio Interview
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Part gig, part contemporary dance, part celebration of Manchester and the north of England’s indie songwriting, Jane Horrocks has spoken to Q about her new show at the Young Vic.

Actress will take to the stage at the London theatre (10 March – 16 April) for If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me and production that will see her front a band to perform covers from the likes of The Smiths, Buzzcocks, The Fall and more. The show will also see her interacting with dancers onstage.

Q’s Paul Stokes recent attended a rehearsal with Horrocks’ band – featuring musical director Kipper, plus Fabienne Débarre, Mark Neary and Rat Scabies – and having witnessed her performance of The Fall’s My New House, Joy Division’s Isolation, he sat down with them to discuss the project.

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With If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me fusing various ideas and art forms, we self it best to hear the actress explain the show herself so listen to the audio interview, below, now.

For more, including the latest ticket news, head to Youngvic.org.

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