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Fair Pay Is A Laughing Matter!

Fair Pay Is A Laughing Matter!

As the nation marks Equal Pay Day once again in November this year, leading London musical society Geoids will perform “The Pajama Game” – a musical comedy with a story about workers’ rights at its heart, 6-10 November 2018 at The Bridewell Theatre in London.

This production will transport the audience to the Sleep-Tite factory in the American Midwest, where union-crossed lovers “Babe” and superintendent “Sid” battle it out for a pay rise of 7 and a half cents for the workers. In today’s money, that’s approximately over £1,000 a year on a salary of £15k – a cause worth fighting for! What follows is a rollercoaster ride of exuberant dance and drama, featuring songs such as Fosse classic “Steam Heat” and infectiously happy “Once a Year Day”.

Co-directors Grace Iglesias Fernandez and Emma Coffey make their directorial debut with Geoids, having earned their stripes performing in previous Geoids productions Sweet Charity, My Fair Lady and On the Twentieth Century. Musical Director Paul Cozens returns to the fold following Top Hat last year and choreographer Cara Turtington brings a wealth of experience from her work with other London societies.

All the Pajama Game leading roles are being played by new Geoids members, so this is an exciting opportunity to see fresh talent on the stage at The Bridewell Theatre, London. Katherine “Babe” Williams is being played by Lois Howarth, Sid Sorokin by Will de Renzy-Martin, Hines by Nathan Pollpeter and Gladys by Gayle Bryans.

With an impeccable pedigree, The Pajama Game was a hit in the golden age of the musical. The show’s collaborators are now renowned for their award-winning Broadway shows: George Abbott (A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum), Jerome Robbins (West Side Story), Hal Prince (Fiddler on the Roof) and Bob Fosse (Cabaret). It is a testament to their work that this show is as relevant today as when it first came to the stage in the 1950s.

Join Geoids this November for an uplifting story of love, laughter and playing fair.

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