book by Wendy Gill

20th SEPTEMBER 2016

featuring hit songs made famous

musical director Iain Vince-Gatt

directed by Paul Boyd

by multi-award winner Caro Emerald

winning the favours of Rosa, the singing star of the show.  When the wager backfires, Rick, who apparently, doesn’t like to take life too seriously, faces a dilemma.  His pride and image among his peer group forces him to take a course of action in total conflict with his desires.
Chas, Barbara, and Raymond become concerned as they witness the deterioration of Rick and Rosa's relationship.  But Rick's friends begin to tire of him as he seeks out distractions, one of which is in the guise of Kasha, another singer and dancer at the Flamingo, and another of which is Susan, the new office junior.  
Rick will have to face his demons to win Rosa back. 


The atmospheric setting of a 1950s cabaret bar coupled with the classic jazz sound of Caro Emerald’s songs ensure this stylish musical is an authentic tale of love and loss.

Flavoured with the retro jazz sound of Caro Emerald’s music, THAT MAN is a musical about love, lust, loyalty, and deceit.  Set in 1957, themes of cultural diversity, romantic ideology and personal values provide conflict and poignancy as this original story unfolds.  Ranging from warm humour to great sadness, the story moves between a financial trading floor in the City and the infamous London cabaret spot, the Flamingo Club.


City boys Rick, Chas and Raymond take their seats at the Flamingo.  They are out to celebrate the forthcoming marriage of Chas to Barbara, the office secretary.  Chas puts his best friend Rick to the test when he suggests a wager, based upon