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New Musical "Daddy's Letter" about Liz Smith, written by Splash Point signed composer Les Veale

LVM Productions and Splash Point Music are pleased to announce the launch for 2014 of the new stage musical ‘Daddy’s Letter’, inspired by an event in the life of the popular stage and television actress Liz Smith.The show author and song writer Les Veale, recently put the theatre group LVM Productions together in the South West where he is based, specifically to stage the musical, which premiered over three performances towards the end of 2013.

Samples of the songs from Daddy’s Letter are available by clicking HERE

The show was produced with limited resources and a small budget but proved its worth for a more lavish and professional production, with overwhelming audience response and feedback. Before each performance Les was tentatively anticipating a positive response of laughter, tears and cheers and that’s exactly what he got. He was also taken aback with the sheer number of comments on how wonderful the story and songs were and how the songs (published by Splash Point Music) such as Girl In blue, Meet me at Toni’s and Watch your language went down and they went down a storm! Interested parties are now invited to get in touch to discuss the possibility of taking this potential ‘hit musical’ to a wider audience throughout the UK. Short samples of the songs from Daddy’s Letter are available on the 5 minute show reel link HERE.
A story précis, script and full length DVD of the show are available on request.

Les Veale

Having been a professional musician since the late 70’s, Les Veale recently turned his attention to song writing and caught the ear of Neal Richardson at Splash Point Music with his melodic jazz vocal style songs. Around the time of signing to Splash Point, Les was listening to BBC Radio 4’s Desert Island Discs and guest appearance of actress Liz Smith. When Les heard about how her father had left her when she was a young girl and promised to write but never did, he was so moved he immediately sat down at the piano and composed a song called Daddy’s Letter. This in turn led to Les writing the stage musical based on the title song and inspired by Liz Smith’s story.

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