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Welcome to the Pool of Blood – Extracts from live recording

Extracts from live recording, musical theatrical number from The Pool of Blood

Marrow Song

Victorian music hall/ variety number live/demo recording  

Woolton’s Song – Live Recording

Musical theatre, acapella vocals live/demo recording

Disturbed

Macabre Musical Theatre, influences include Sondheim and Elfman

Diedre’s Tale

Music theatre folk, circus and cabaret influences, live/demo recording  

“this is the show to see…”

Posted on November 12, 2012 by sarah

“If you want a mix of gore and laughs, this is the show to see. It’s a very British tale of dark forces and dark deeds intertwined with music hall and a few good giggles. The musical numbers were performed […]

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“beyond a lot of the usual Fringe fare for new musicals…”

Posted on November 12, 2012 by sarah

“This musical black comedy tells the story of a turn of an early 20th century music hall where the manager runs a secret trade in body-snatching. Little known is that everyone in the company has their own agenda and an axe […]

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“deliciously dark, delectably violent melodrama…”

Posted on November 9, 2012 by sarah

‘The Pool of Blood soon spreads into a gloriously preposterous melodrama. There are long-lost siblings, murderous plots against family members, illicit affairs, striking dockworkers and incriminating tattoos. The narrative is strung together with some great songs, with strong voices and […]

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“a huge achievement to the cast and people behind it…”

Posted on November 9, 2012 by sarah

“Something that really stood out for me was the musical attribution towards the show, as an aspiring song writer myself, I really found that the music helped explain the story and the voices of the actors/actresses were very strong throughout. […]

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Pool of Blood: Royal Mile, Saturday

Posted on August 16, 2012 by sarah

The Pool of Blood team ventured out to the Royal Mile to promote the show  at the Surgeon’s Hall, Edinburgh. Roll up roll up!

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