Winners of the NODA award for Best Musical Performance
What I Did for Love is the latest in our series of revues, and this year we are delighted to be able to perform at the beautiful Sutton Arts Theatre in the centre of Sutton Coldfield.
The revue includes songs from stage and screen, and some popular music standards; songs you will know, and one or two you may not. This show has something to appeal to everybody!
What our critics say...
Whistle Down the Wind... March 2013
Over the last few years, Tudor has been staging some
first class shows and this one was no exception. All of the company worked well together and the
society should be proud of this production. Tudor, you have another hit on your
hands and I look forward to your future productions.
This production of Whistle Down the Wind by the Tudor Musical Comedy Society had me and the rest of the audience enthralled and engrossed.....I‘d have quite happily sat through the whole performance again– and listening to remarks from audiences on the way out everyone – young and old – who packed out Sutton Coldfield Town Hall certainly enjoyed it.
- Sutton Coldfield Local -
Lights! Camera! Action!...March 2012
From the opening song from ‘Sister Act’ to the closing ‘Priscilla, Tudor gave it all they had. It was also a joy to see so many young people in this company. With them Tudor is in safe hands.... Congratulations to Tudor for another fine show!
The King & I ...September 2011
This was the society's 50th anniversary production ... and a resounding success it was. The orchestra... ensured there was a good balance between their sympathetic playing and the singers. All the... principals played their parts well and the children as always captured the hearts of the audience in The March of the Siamese Children. Congratulations on your 50th birthday Tudor!