Friday, 17 October 2014

Where's my Pantone Colour of the Year? It's behind you!

A short post today (boy life has been busy, so apologies for gap in the usual, regular service). But brief as I am, I come bearing cheery and Friday-ish news to lift your spirits for the weekend: The Interior Designers' Pantomime is imminent.

Following on from the success of 2010's Snow White and the Seven Designers – below – comes Peter Pan and the Designers of the Caribbean. Har har.

The new show, which is all in aid of the NSPCC and runs from 28 October to 1 November at London's Bloomsbury Theatre, opens in a grey and drab version of the capital. All the interior designers have fled to Never Never Land to escape their clients’ bad taste and endless complaints. But with Captain Hook on the loose, how long before the designers realise they must return colour to London and save the city from Hook's evil clutches? 

Why ever isn't there more interior design based comedy in our lives? It sounds brill, and all the characters are played by a game bunch of interior designers, with Tim Gosling as Donna Kebab, the ship's cook and Dame, Joanna Wood as Tinkerbell, William Yeoward as the naughty Usherette, and Kate Bingham, Fleur Rosedale, Lavinia Dargie as lady pirates. And costumes have been created – ta-da – by fashion giants including Vivienne Westwood, Jasper Conran and Anya Hindmarch. See some of Conran's outfits below, modelled by Tim Gosling, and scroll down for more about the show and ticket info.




Buy tickets for the Interior Designers' Pantomime at the Bloomsbury Theatre.


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