The Wind Thing,
New Songs For The Railways,
Brief Encounters on The Penistone Line,
Joan of Kent,
Please Sir, How Do I Write A Hit Musical,
One Day You'll Come,
Kensington War Cry,
The Sloane Strikes Back,
Deceptively playful revue number, originating from ‘Out for the Count. Both bouncing and catchy, it encapsulates the mood of ministerial bumptious dislocation whilst emanating a slight feeling of unease ...
Busy, engaging rat, tat tat, ensemble number with highly animated chorus and fast moving lyrics. Quick tempoed, teasing and fun. From the 'Please Sir!' stable.
A soul searching torch song ballad laying bare the emotions. Another number from 'Please Sir!'
‘Cri de Coeur’ from the aspiring musical writer. This is a challenging, full stage, opening number setting the scene for an adventurous pursuit of that all elusive break big time break
Up to date ‘garage’ treatment of a nineties love hit transposed into a modern musical form. The song charts the trials and angst of a contemporary love affair. From ‘Joan of Kent’.