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Julia Lee23/02/2011 18:23:39
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So, what do we reckon of these Musicals stamps, then?

They're out tomorrow. Given that I heard on the radio Brian May was launching them, publicity is guaranteed. Is that their only plus? Or is it something Britain really does very well?

One positive I can see: Thunderbirds got HUGE press - front page of the Times, for example. If this issue does, too, could stamp collecting get a slightly better public image?

If I were Royal Mail, I'd have them on sale in theatres. Reports from anyone who goes to a London show, please!

Stewart Ogilvie-Goddard24/02/2011 16:18:23
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Not impressed in the slightest.

Julia Lee24/02/2011 16:19:17
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Hi Stewart. Can you be more specific?

Richard Stevens25/02/2011 20:24:31
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Why was "The Mousetrap" not featured, as the longest ever running West End show, although not strictly a musical, but is Monty Python's Spamalot?

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Julia Lee09/03/2011 12:00:27
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It is specifically a Musicals issue though, so I think they're in the clear on that one.

Jack24/03/2011 21:43:23
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Nice set of stamps. Will be awkward to find on cover as they will all be in Australia above base rate. I bet a lot of the 'Spamalot' go to University students for birthday cards... Spamalot is a musical!!!

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