Annie Get Your Gun

Theatre At The Mill, Newtownabbey

28 September – 10 October 2015

Annie Get Your Gun – Examiner Review

With minimalist stage and sparse props - the entire set is really nothing more than a short set of stairs painted white with the American flag as a backdrop curtain - the actors under the direction of choreographer Fleur Mellor, manage to re-create the scenes...

Annie Get Your Gun – The Irish News Review

Lights down, Buffalo Bill Cody (George Jones) wanders on to the stage and solemnly tells us that there's no business like show business. Then the pace quickens, enthusiasm takes over and, with the live band on stage, he belts it out as the cast join him......

Annie Get Your Gun – Pastie Bap Review

The orchestra is made up of around ten people. Half of these are multi-tasking as they are also actors in the show (often with more than one character). This was incredibly impressive as it really brought the music to life and made it an even more integral part...

Annie Get Your Gun

I'm back in Belfast in August to begin rehearsals on an exciting new production of Annie Get Your Gun. It’s an actor-musician adaptation, so I’m busy reworking the orchestrations for our multitalented cast. The production is produced Theatre At The Mill in...

Producer – THEATRE AT THE MILL
Book – HERBERT & DORORTHY FIELDS
Book Revisions – PETER STONE
Music & Lyrics – IRVING BERLIN
Orchestration – MATTHEW REEVE
Director – PETER CORRY
Choreographer – FLEUR MELLOR
Musical Director – MATTHEW REEVE
Designer – DAVID CRAIG
Lighting Designer – CONLETH WHITE