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The Blanks head to Shepherd's Bush Empire

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  • John Neal
    THE INDEPENDENT: The hit US medical sitcom Scrubs was finally pronounced dead last March. While UK fans of the show cling to the lifeline of a repeat
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      THE INDEPENDENT:

      The hit US medical sitcom Scrubs was finally pronounced dead last March. While UK fans of the show cling to the lifeline of a repeat prescription of reruns, next weekend some will find further remedy for their loss with the arrival in London of The Blanks, the a cappella band who made frequent appearances on the show, led by the regular character Ted Buckland .

      Sam Lloyd, who played Ted, will be joined by fellow actors and musicians Paul F Perry, George Miserlis and Philip McNiven for a one-off show at Shepherd's Bush Empire that will feature songs sung on Scrubs, including versions of the TV theme tunes for Charles in Charge and Underdog and newer material such as a version of Outkast's "Hey Ya!" The troupe won't just do do-wop, however. They promise a selection of "skits, antics and choreography" inspired by the Marx Brothers, Monty Python, The Three Stooges and Laurel and Hardy. "I think an hour of a cappella is actually considered torture in some cultures," explains Lloyd.

      Read more:-
      http://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/music/features/scrubs-band-the-blanks-head-to-shepherds-bush-empire-for-oneoff-a-cappella-show-2203566.html
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