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Kisses In 20-Minutes

posted: December 6th, 2011

20-Minute highlights from the recent production …

Kisses in Two Minutes …

posted: November 8th, 2011

2-minute trailer from the 2011 production at the Queen’s in Barnstaple …

Charles Spencer In The Telegraph

posted: September 26th, 2011

In today’s Daily Telegraph, the leading theatre critic, Charles Spencer, said,

Kisses On A Postcard at times moved me to tears. I urge theatre producers to head to Devon next weekend, when the show has its final performances, and to consider giving this outstanding musical the extended life it so richly deserves’.

There were all sorts of other nice bits and bobs that could adorn the outside of a theatre, like :

‘A glorious company’, ‘roof-raising’, ‘a warm, funny and touching celebration of common humanity’ and ‘achieves the difficult task of making goodness dramatically interesting’.

Read the review in full here.

Rehearsals Have Begun

posted: August 30th, 2011

Rehearsals have begun for the new production of Kisses On A Postcard at the Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple.

The performances will take place from 23rd to Sunday 25th September and Friday 30th to Sunday 2nd October, 2011.

We are all very excited.

Click here to book your tickets.

See you at the show!

Kisses On A Postcard To Return To The Stage

posted: January 30th, 2011

It is with pleasure that we tell you of the latest steps in the campaign of Vackies Ltd to bring the musical, Kisses On A Postcard, into the West End.

We have a new production at the Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple, in September and October of this year.  This will be our workshop and showcase.

We will keep you posted, but first let us update you on the progress of the book.

The hardback was published by Bloomsbury in September 2009 and the paperback in May 2010. It has had ninety-five-per-cent five-star reviews (read them here) and has consistently been in the Bloomsbury best-seller lists.

Through 2010 Terry went back and forth across the country, visiting literary festivals and schools, reading extracts on local and national radio, promoting it. As a result of the popularity of the book, the Queen’s Theatre, Barnstaple, have offered to present the musical this autumn as a co-production with Vackies Ltd.

Following the sad death of our composer, Gordon Clyde, we have further new music and lyrics by John Altman, Richard Stilgoe and Tom Recknell.  You can learn about them all on the website.  Terry has also revised parts of the script.

As a result of all this new material, we were in need of a full workshop to see how it would work.  With the Barnstaple deal we will have a full try-out production and workshop, which will also be a showcase for us, in a 700-seater theatre, with packed houses. What could be better?

The performances will take place from 23rd to Sunday 25th September and Friday 30th to Sunday 2nd October, 2011. See you at the show.

Kisses On A Postcard Audio Book

posted: December 1st, 2010

The audiobook of Kisses On A Postcard, read by Terence Frisby, is now available.

You can either by it to download through iTunes, Amazon, Audible or any other online retailer, but, judging by the number of emails we are getting, many of you would prefer to buy the actual CD. You can buy it  here through AudioGo ‘the home of BBC audiobooks’ .

A lovely Christmas present for Granny …

Now Out In Paperback

posted: May 29th, 2010

Kisses On A Postcard is now out in paperback .

Order your copy from  from Bloomsbury, Play or Amazon

The Oxford Times Likes Kisses …

posted: May 29th, 2010

The Oxford Times makes Kisses On A Postcard its Paperback Choice saying it is ‘Delightful’.

Terence Frisby interviewed by Robert Elms on BBC London

posted: April 30th, 2010

Robert Elms interviews Terence Frisby on BBC London.

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Kisses On A Postcard named Book Of The Year

posted: April 30th, 2010

Leading book blog Random Jottings has made Kisses On A Postcard her Book Of The Year for 2009, saying:

My criteria for choosing my Book of the Year are simple: it has to be a book that, quite simply, knocks me for six; a book which leaves me feeling that I wish I had not finished it; a book I want to go on and on; a book that stays with me for a long time after I have read the final page; a book that makes me laugh and/or cry and a book which totally absorbs me so that I am deaf to the world while reading.  Kisses on a Postcard fulfils my criteria in every respect and I am delighted to give my Random Award to Terence Frisby this year.  When I reviewed Kisses earlier in the year I started my post with the words ‘gosh what a lovely lovely book’.
And it is.

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