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Creative Consultancy Sponsors Playhouse Theatre Season?S Most Challenging Show

(PRWEB) August 31, 2006

The Guardian newspaper called it “life-affirming”. The BBC said it makes Jerry Springer: The Opera look tame. Others call it dark and shockingly funny.

Critics and audiences alike have reacted strongly to “Thalidomide!!! A Musical” which visits Norwich Playhouse on Friday September 22nd. It’s the edginess of the production that has attracted fibrand and creative consultancy Simon Middleton Company to back the show’s visit to the Playhouse.

“I’ve wanted to be involved in arts sponsorship since I started my company last year, and I have always planned to focus on things that are brave and unusual,” explained Simon Middleton, founder of the specialist creative and brand consultancy.

“Some people have considered this show to be in questionable taste, but you have to remember that it is written by and stars actor Mat Fraser, who is himself affected by Thalidomide, so he’s completely qualified to comment on the issues around the subject in whatever way he thinks appropriate. I think it’s an optimistic show about dignity and the reality of human life,” Simon added.

Mat Fraser, who also composed the music for the show, describes “Thalidomide!!!” as “a PC-free musical with a short-armed punch”, a description which hints at the kind of humour the play is built on.

Also starring Anna Winslet, sister of movie star Kate, Thalidomide!!! is on its way to being a sell-out show in Norwich, just one-stop on a tour which takes in many UK venues as well as the Orphee Festival in Versailles, France.

Simon Middleton Company, which provides brand consultancy and senior coaching to businesses and organisations, hopes to sponsor further shows at the Playhouse, and is also interested in hearing from other arts organisations about appropriate collaborations.

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (9/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (8/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (7/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (6/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (5/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (4/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (3/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

PLEASE NOTE: Many of the posts on this website are automatically developed from youtube videos and articles and are not sold on this website and are for informational purposes only. We sell the 10 playhouse special that can be purchased at the following source.

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$9.99
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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (2/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

PLEASE NOTE: Many of the posts on this website are automatically developed from youtube videos and articles and are not sold on this website and are for informational purposes only. We sell the 10 playhouse special that can be purchased at the following source.

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$9.99
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UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav (1/9)


Organization: UCLA United Khmer Students Event: UKS Culture Show 2008: Tum Teav Date: April 19, 2008 Location: Freud Playhouse, UCLA Tum Teav is a classic tragic love story that has been told throughout Cambodia since at least the middle of the 19th century. It is originally based on a poem. It was popularized by writer George Chigas and has been a compulsory part of the Cambodian secondary national curriculum since the 1950s, akin to Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet in western education. As with any oral tradition, pinning down the origins of the story is an elusive task. The story is believed to have originated in the 17th or 18th century and is set in Kampong Cham around a century earlier. However in some versions the king in question is purported to be the Rea-mea who reigned in the mid-1600s, coming to the throne through an act of regicide and subsequently converting to Islam. The tale relates the encounters of a talented novice monk named Tum and a beautiful adolescent girl named Teav. From the first sight, Tum, the monk, was in love with Teav, a very beautiful young lady. It is reciprocated and Teav offered Tum some betel nut and a blanket as evidence of the feelings she had for Tum and prays to Buddha that the young monk will be with her for eternity. Tum was very pleased to accept the offers, to see she felt the same way he did. He initially spends some time in Teav’s home despite her being ‘in the shade’ (a period of a few weeks when the daughter is supposedly

PLEASE NOTE: Many of the posts on this website are automatically developed from youtube videos and articles and are not sold on this website and are for informational purposes only. We sell the 10 playhouse special that can be purchased at the following source.

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