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    The Reviews Say It All! Why You Need To Book Tickets To See Marti Webb In Tell Me On A Sunday

    Don't miss Marti Webb as she brings the one woman show, Tell Me On A Sunday to the Duchess Theatre

    Tell Me On a Sunday is a show that charts the course of an English girl newly arrived in New York. Brimming with optimism, she sets out to find success, companionship and love. But as she weaves her way through the maze of the city and her own anxieties, frustrations and heartaches she begins to wonder whether - in fact - she's been looking for love in all the wrong places.
    Marti Webb will perform the original production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's classic, for which she received huge critical acclaim. Tell Me On a Sunday was originally performed as an album and then a TV special and later on stage as one half of Song & Dance. The album Tell Me on a Sunday reached Number One in the charts and the single Take That Look Off Your Face reached Number Two.

     • 'It only runs an hour but it's a golden hour.'

    ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
    'Andrew Lloyd Webber and Don Black's song cycle... Is the best thing they've done together and that includes Aspects Of Love, Sunset Boulevard and Stephen Ward.'
    ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
    'It's direct, playful, intimate and heartfelt;'
    ★★★★ Daily Telegraph
    'It is a special treat see and hear its dedicatee restore the factory settings'
    ★★★★ what's on stage
    'Webb's unadorned delivery of the title song, "tell me on a Sunday", is inexpressibly moving. (something in my eye? You bet.)'
    ★★★★ what's on stage
    'Musical theatre buffs will be thrilled to learn that Marti Webb is reprising her career-defining role in Andrew Lloyd Webber and don black's delightfully bittersweet one-woman, one-act song cycle.' Evening Standard
    'Terrific.' Daily Mail
    'How satisfying - and moving - to an old pro wander on stage and whack her trademark song for six.' Daily Mail
    'Marti Webb herself, with Simon Lee's band is ace.' Daily Mail
    'It's a celebration as much as a revival.' The Times
    'Backed by a seven-piece band, she performs the material with an engaging intimacy, a conversational tone that can still rise to the high notes, an infectious sense of pleasure at being there.' The Times
    'She was in tremendous form, her timing as immaculate as ever.' Musical Theatre Review

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