The Garden Theatre at The Eagle to Present Open Air Production of NEXT THING YOU KNOW

The production will run Tuesday 20 – Saturday 31 October.

The Garden Theatre at The Eagle to Present Open Air Production of NEXT THING YOU KNOW

The Garden Theatre at The Eagle will present an open air production of Next Thing You Know featuring a book Ryan Cunningham, music and Lyrics by Joshua Salzman, and directed by Robert McWhir.

Next Thing You Know’, hailed by The New York Times as “‘Rent’ for this generation”, follows the story of four New Yorkers as they laugh, love and drink their way through the big questions that face all young dreamers who wake up in the city that never sleeps:

Does marrying a really nice guy mean you’re settling down or just settling?

Does taking a 9-to-5 equal giving up or growing up?

Does a decade in the city break you down or break you in?

‘Next Thing You Know’, Book by Ryan Cunningham and Music and Lyrics by Joshua Salzman, looks at a time in life where one day you wake up, and instead of a hangover, you have a job. Instead of a fling, you have a live-in girlfriend. And instead of na├»ve dreams, you have reality.

‘Next Thing You Know’ will be the third musical following the critically acclaimed ‘Fanny and Stella’ and ‘Pippin’ at the new open-air Garden Theatre at The Eagle, 349 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, London, SE11 5QY.

It will run from Tuesday 20 October – Saturday 31 October.


Amelia Atherton (Lisa) is a 2020 graduate of Preparation Academy (PPA), gaining a BA (Hons) Performance in Musical Theatre. Her roles in training include The Lady of the Lake in ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’.

Bessy Ewa (Waverley) graduated this year from Arts Educational Schools in Musical Theatre. Her roles in training include Ms Luckenbill in ‘Freaky Friday’ and Serena in ‘Legally Blonde’.

Calum Henderson (Luke) is a 2020 graduate of Guildford School of Acting, BA (Hons) Musical Theatre. His roles in training include Sebastian in ‘Disney’s The Little Mermaid’. As a child actor he appeared in the West End as Artful Dodger in ‘Oliver!’ and Bruce in ‘Matilda’.

Nathan Shaw (Darren) trained at Performance Preparation Academy (PPA) and graduated this year with a BA (Hons) Musical Theatre. His roles in training include Frederick Trumper (The American) in ‘Chess’.

Creative team:
Director Robert McWhir
Musical Director Aaron Clingham
Choreographer William Spencer
Designer David Shields
Lighting Richard Lambert
Casting by Anne Vosser

It is produced by Peter Bull for LAMBCO Productions with Liam Gartland & Alice Croft for The Grad Fest

Please note:
face masks or coverings must be worn throughout the performance by socially-distanced audience members.

Ryan Cunningham (Book)
Joshua Salzman (Music and Lyrics)

Joshua Salzman and Ryan Cunningham are Jonathan Larson Award winners as well as Drama Desk and MAC Award-nominated writers. Their Off-Broadway musical, ‘I Love You Because’, was in the NAMT Festival of New Musicals and has been produced all over the world in five languages. ‘Next Thing You Know’, has been produced at CAP 21 in New York, across America and in Europe. Their musical ‘The Legend of New York’ was an

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Global Wall Decor Market 2020 Industry Outlook, Present Scenario of Manufacturers, Share, Size, Opportunities and Forecast to 2025

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Leaf spots unattractive, but not harmful at present

story.lead_photo.captionThese hydrangeas have Cercospora leaf spot, a fungal disease common on the plants. (Special to the Democrat-Gazette)

Q I have these three hydrangea plants that have these black spots on them. They are planted along the same side of our house that faces east, so get morning sun and afternoon shade and watered about twice a week. They started this last year. Can you tell me what is going on and what to do or not do? I took these pictures about three weeks ago, and now the largest two have suddenly thinned out a lot but still have a few blooms and new growth. Help! I am new to gardening.

A Your hydrangeas have Cercospora leaf spot, a common fungal disease of hydrangeas. This late in the season, I would try to ignore them. I know they don’t look attractive, but it is too late to start a spray program. Our recent hard rains made the problem worse. This fall, as the leaves begin to shed, practice good sanitation, by raking up all the infected leaves and getting them out of the yard. Monitor the plants next spring, and if you see damage early, a spray program may be warranted. If the problem occurs only late in the season, it won’t affect their blooms or growth next season; it is just unsightly. Here is a link to the University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture Cooperative Extension Service fact sheet on the problem:

Q Can surprise lilies be dug and stored or should they be dug and replanted this fall?

A If there is a need to store the bulbs instead of planting, it can be done, but it would be much better for the bulbs to replant as quickly as possible. Be aware that it is not unusual that lycoris (surprise lilies) don’t rebloom the year after transplanting.

Q I generally treat our lawn twice a year (we’re do-it-yourselfers). I’ve been using a weed-and-feed product that makes the grass healthy, but the weeds even healthier. Someone said you recommended against weed-and-feed. What’s your recommendation for a best fall treatment and when should I apply it? Our grass is mostly St. Augustine.

A While I know that combo products seem like a time saver and an easier option, I am not a fan. If you were doing a pre-emergent herbicide in the spring, it would need to be applied well before the lawn grass greened up and could benefit from any fertilizer, so you would basically just be feeding weeds. We are at the very outside of fertilization now for warm-season grasses. We don’t want to encourage too much new growth late in the season, but one more application ASAP would be fine. If your weed-and-feed is a pre-emergent type, it could be used now, as long as the product is labeled for St. Augustine.

Q Something is “pruning” my 10- or 12-foot Brown Turkey fig tree. In July it was lush and covered with green figs. As they

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