Monday, 14 January 2008

GHOST OF REGGAE PAST

A late review (Barking and Dagenham Post, no less!) of my stage version of A Christmas Carol has just showed up...



Not sure what Mr Dickens would make of the following account of how his story was interpreted:

Another highlight... is the apparition of BOB MARLEY, who first descends on Scrooge's bedchamber portending his upcoming encounter with the spirit world.

Cue the Wailers!!

3 comments:

Boll Weavil said...

Bob Marley and Chucky in the same production - this truly is a radical intepretation !

LisaH said...

Not only that, but describing Bob's appearance as like something out of a 'hammer horror', suggests either a very nasty murder, or that some of the puppets might not have been put together too well, rather than from a Hammer Horror film.

Brian Sibley said...

GILL comments...

If my memory is correct one of Bob Marley's most famous numbers was 'Redemption Song'.

Seems appropriate!