Michael Lunts presents

Archive of 'Intimate revues'

This is an archive of Michael's earlier shows which are no longer available.
However, CDs for some of the shows are still available for purchase, as indicated.

For nearly ten years Michael toured a highly-successful series of revues with Susan Flannery.
This partnership came to an end in December 2008, following Susan's decision to emigrate
to her native Australia with her husband.
She is sadly missed by the many thousands of theatregoers throughout the UK who have
enjoyed her performances in the shows below.


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More Tea, Vicar?
A frolic through Betjeman's England with the songs and satire of Noël Coward, Joyce Grenfell, Ivor Novello and other great English songsmiths.

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Pass the Port
A witty and nostalgic musical journey from Shanghai to Southampton.
Featuring Noël Coward's 'P&O 1930' alongside songs by other masters (and mistresses!) of the period such as Ivor Novello, Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Joyce Grenfell and, of course, Coward himself.

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Wits' End
A cocktail of witty song and comic verse inspired by the world of the New Yorker magazine in its pre-war heyday.
Songs by the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Rodgers and Hart and other great American songsmiths accompany some delicious 'bon mots' from the likes of Dorothy Parker, Ogden Nash, E.B. White and Phyllis McGinley.

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A Wilde Affair
A comedy with music.
Miss Prism and Canon Chasuble - perhaps best known through Mr Wilde's comedy of manners, The Importance of Being Ernest - are tonight holding a concert of their very own...

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Home Service
The music and humour of the Second World War inspired and uplifted a whole generation during Britain’s darkest but finest hour.
In 'Home Service', Susan and Michael draw on this rich vein of material evoking the hardships, humour and heroism of those, especially women, fighting the war on the Home Front.

... and also not forgetting Michael's partnership with Melanie Dennerly, in which they explored
the humorous aspects of the Edwardian violoncello.

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The Edwardian Cello
Travel back in time to the Edwardian era in this recreation of a typical musical evening from 1912.