In my first West End post-show Q&A for The Way Old Friends Do last month, director Mark Gatiss was asked for his thoughts on the actors who bring to life his husband Ian Hallard's new comedy about the world's first ABBA drag tribute band. At the follow-up session last night, we got to hear what the cast thinks of Mark!
In the second of my two post-show Q&As for the West End transfer of ABBA-tastic comedy The Way Old Friends Do, I'll talk to the full cast, including writer Ian Hallard. This follows my event with Hallard and director Mark Gatiss on 21 August.
The Way Old Friends Do post-show video and photos: Ian Hallard & Mark Gatiss on working together onstage & off
In the first of my post-show Q&As for the West End premiere of The Way Old Friends Do, with writer and star Ian Hallard and director Mark Gatiss, it felt like ABBA's Agnetha, Björn, Benny and Anni-Frid were with us in spirit.
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