Carol Brown (Playing age 19 to 25). A stylist and in search of true love
Clive Quinn (Playing age 35+). The owner of the salon. A camp hairdresser
Ruby Tuesday (Playing age 26 to 34). A stylist and good time girl
Paula Dean (Playing age 26 to 34). A downtrodden stylist who loves to bake
Mrs. Brown (playing age 39 to 55). Carol’s mum. A real battleaxe
Johnny Angel (playing age 19 to 26). A plumber and Carol’s love interest
Pete Lee (playing age 35 to 60). The postman who tries to woo Mrs Brown
Paul Newman (Playing age 30+). Paula’s boyfriend and window cleaner
Jack Flash (playing age 30 to 50). A local reporter and Clive’s love interest
‘Uncle’ (playing age 40+). A war hero who likes to tell everyone his war stories
Mrs Edwards (playing age 35+). Spends most of the show under a hair dryer
Mrs Hash (playing age 35+). Spends most of the show under a hair dryer
Miss Jones (playing age 35+). Spends most of the show under a hair dryer. Uncle’s love interest
Mrs Kray (playing age 50+).
Mrs Tanner (Playing age any).
Janice (playing age any).
Fred (Playing age 26 to 40).
- Carol, Chorus – SOMETHING TELLS ME SOMTHING’S GONNA HAPPEN TONIGHT
- Carol, Chorus – PLEASE MR POSTMAN
- Carol – THE END OF THE WORLD
- Paula, Ruby – THE LOCOMOTION
- Ruby, Carol, Paula – ALWAYS SOMETHING THERE TO REMIND ME
- Hash sings (underscoring) – JOHNNY ANGEL
- All – SUMMER HOLIDAY
- Paul, Chorus – YOU REALLY GOT ME
- Uncle – DELILAH
- Jack & Chorus – JUMPIN’ JACK FLASH
- Johnny – OH CAROL
- Jones – DOWNTOWN
- Boys – YOUNG ONES
- Carol – SHOOP SHOOP SONG
- Clive – I’M INTO SOMETHING GOOD
- Pete – LET’S SPEND THE NIGHT TOGETHER
- Mrs Brown – BIG SPENDER
- Janice – GOODBYE RUBY TUESDAY
- Chorus – MIGHTY QUINN
- Clive – I’M A BELIEVER
- Paul – HEY PAULA
- Ruby – I ONLY WANT TO BE WITH YOU
- Johnny – POETRY IN MOTION
- Carol & Johnny – CAN’T TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU
- Brown – DREAM A LITTLE DREAM
- Final Song: All – CHAPEL OF LOVE
“Congratulations must go to Russell Muir and his cast. From Hair To Eternity was an absolute triumph both for the company and for the box office. It was great to see so many new members on the stage.
We welcome you all and look forward to seeing you on the stage again sometime soon. The show was received so well that some of the audience returned the following night to see it again. Indeed one lady came to all three performances!
The use of sixties songs is always a bit of a winner, but Russell had managed to blend them in with the story well. This, as well as the fact it was obvious that the whole cast were having a fantastic time and enjoying themselves immensely was the successful recipe. The press reviews were also very complementary about both the ladies legs and soloists!”
Preview available here