Legendary Welsh frontman MIKE PETERS (THE ALARM) to showcase co-written new wave musical ‘OXY’ live on Facebook this Saturday 25 April

Stage Photography © Mike Kwasniak

 as part of his hugely successful weekly ‘BIG NIGHT IN WITH THE ALARM’ lockdown extravaganza

NEVER MIND THE LOCKDOWN…. HERE COMES OXY 

A NIGHT OF VIRTUAL THEATRE

SATURDAY APRIL 25th

(LIVE ON FACEBOOK)

WRITTEN BY THE ALARM FRONTMAN MIKE PETERS, STEVE ALLAN JONES & PAUL SIRETT

PRESENTED BY MIKE & JULES PETERS AS PART OF THEIR HUGELY SUCCESSFUL WEEKLY BIG NIGHT IN WITH THE ALARM LOCKDOWN EXTRAVAGANZA

OXY – THE MUSICAL

A Life Saving New Wave Musical
Written by Mike Peters (The Alarm), Steve Allan Jones & Paul Sirett
Directed by Pete Rowe

Filmed by All Media Works

Starring Robbie Jarvis, Janet Fullerlove, Sean Kingsley, David Rubin, Mark Newnham, Matthew Durkan, Molly Grace Cutler, Adam Langstaff and John Hasler.


OXY – A Night of Virtual Theatre will be presented live on Facebook from 19:00hrs on Saturday 25th April as part of the BIG NIGHT IN broadcast by Mike and Jules Peters at www.facebook.com/theofficialalarm

Featuring live interviews with cast members, writers and production staff

Join In the live commentary and interact with theatre and music fans from all over the world

The Big Night In with The Alarm has been broadcasting throughout the lockdown and attracting 100,000+ viewers each week.

YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THIS GLOBAL ONLINE THEATRE PRESENTATION FROM THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN LIVING ROOM

Turn your home into a theatre for the night

Get dressed up, prepare the pre-show dinner and chill the drinks for the interval 

Play the music loud and pogo along from the best seats in the house – your front room!!

OXY – THE SYNOPSIS

When a routine check-up leads to a startling diagnosis, Andy decides it’s time to put the band back together, to crank up the amps, and party like its 1978! Why not re-form the legendary Oxy & the Morons, who burned fiercely before exploding in a riot of rivalry, jealousy and bitter betrayal? Andy’s mission involves twisting arms, healing wounds and putting his family and friendships back together. But can that new wave spirit of DIY defiance be rekindled over thirty years later? Can you still pogo when your knees go? Will they play their trademark version of It’s Not Unusual as an encore? With a machine gun playlist of original songs and a powerful life affirming message, this affectionate look back at the days of teen spirit suggest we could all do with some of that garage band power – right now.

This brand new musical is fast, furious and very funny. Written by Mike Peters (The Alarm), Steve Allan Jones and Paul Sirett (Reasons to be Cheerful, Mods and Rox), it has life affirming theme that literally helped save a person’s life during its first production run at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich – by premiering online during the lockdown it might just save even more as, through association with the cancer charities Love Hope Strength and DKMS, there will be an online bone marrow donor drive taking place throughout the evening.

“Catchy, fast and furious… Whether an old punk, a new punk or merely a combined music and theatre fan; this show definitely strikes a chord, as the standing ovation proved” — Molly Richardson (GrapevineLIVE)

“The show is pitch perfect, the dozen new songs written by Mike Peters and Steve Allan Jones, are loud and memorable and a great time is guaranteed for all” — Andrew Clarke (Ipswich Star)

“Swift, slick, and sparse, with scene-shifting musical numbers, running the gamut from raucous punk to slightly more raucous punk, performed live on a rolling bandstand” – Fergus Morgan (The Stage)

“Fabulous show. Superb cast” — Audience Member

“Even if loud music is not your thing this was a fabulous show and well worth watching” — Audience Member
           
“Full of punk attitude, humour, plot twists and terrific acting. Excellent” — Audience Member

 

Oxy and The Morons (L-R) - Matthew Durkan (Razzle), Adam Langstaff (Bongo), Mark Newnham (Oxy), Molly-Grace Cutler (Sheena).
Robbie Jarvis (Andy) and Mark Newnham (Oxy).
Matthew Durkan (Razzle), Adam Langstaff (Bongo).
Molly-Grace Cutler (Sheena)

Stage Photography © Mike Kwasniak