DAODS’ Top 100 Musicals of All Time – 50 to 26

We are back with day three of the countdown, and I have managed to make it on time! There is an addition this time however – I have picked a lockdown appropriate song for each show. Some of them work better than others, but I thought I’d see what I could match up. But enough waffling, seeing as you are just about to read twenty five entries of waffle. Let’s go!

50. Our House

Points – 25

Votes – 5

Firsts – 1

There are a lot of jukebox musicals nowadays.  Lots of them are terrible.  It’s not always the fault of the music, but instead trying to shoehorn a load of thematically disparate songs into a cohesive structure is just too much.  Our House manages to rise above that, with one of my most heard phrases about it being “Do you know, Our House is actually really good!”.  Our House is a Sliding Doors story about Joe, from Camden Town (of course) and his decision as to whether to take the good path or bad path in his life.  Madness have an enormous collection of hits to draw from, and despite Suggs’ insistence that he is not a fan of musicals (silly man) this show has done pretty well for him.

Dave Hughes’ Song Choice – “Our House

Lockdown Pick – “Rise and Fall” and then hopefully flattened curve.

49. Avenue Q

Points – 25

Votes – 7

Firsts – 0

If it wasn’t for an excellent production I saw in Catford starring many DAODS friends, this would almost be another one to pass me by.  I mean, I knew about it.  You don’t completely miss a musical about what happens when The Muppets discover sex, but I hadn’t really seen it.  I thought it was all about rude jokes and dirty songs – “The Internet Is For Porn”, “I’m Not Wearing Underwear Today” and “Everyone’s a Little Bit Racist”, but it actually isn’t.  It’s just mainly about rude jokes and dirty songs.  And live on stage puppet sex.  The idea of doing a musical about what happens when Sesame Street grows up though is amazing, and every part seems a joy to play – it is a rare show where you leave having been genuinely blown away by Amy Farlie playing a character’s arm.  As a little final note, the character of poor repressed Rod was described by USA Today as “New York’s most famous gay republican puppet”.

Amy Farlie’s Song Choice – “Schadenfreude

Lockdown Pick – “I Wish I Could Go Back To College” – and parents wish kids could go back to school.

48. Meet Me In St Louis

Points – 27

Votes – 4

Firsts – 1

By 1990 Andrew Lloyd Webber was dominating Broadway, we had shows that had stretched boundaries and pushed the envelope.  Grand, epic, modern day operas occupied musical theatres, and cerebral writers like Sondheim occupied musical theatre minds.  And yet in the midst of that, there was still time to launch a stage production of a movie that came out during World War II.  Such is the enduring legacy of this Judy Garland vehicle – who herself considered it one of her best roles.  The film was nominated for several Oscars, and – in a way – won one for juvenile star Margaret O’Brien who played Tootsie.  An interesting note is that O’Brien’s mum tried to get more money from the studio, who countered by recasting her role to the daughter of a lighting electrician.  O’Brien’s mum called their bluff, and eventually got the raise, but hell have no fury like a lighting designer scorned, and he tried to murder O’Brien for stealing his girl’s part by dropping a light on her head, and only narrowly missing.  This is why we all do what Terry and Will say.

Jacqui Campbell’s Song Choice – “The Trolley Song

Lockdown Pick – “The (wiped down with disinfectant) Trolley Song”

47. Waitress

Points – 28

Votes – 5

Firsts – 0

We are so fortunate at DAODS to have so many strong and talented women, and have over the years put together many shows that have featured all-female production teams, even putting together the wonderful Que Sera Sera last year with an all female cast.  However, Waitress managed to make history by doing it with a West End show, with female writers, director, choreographer and musical director.  The show is like a gritty musical version of Great British Bake Off, where Jenna must win a baking competition to escape an abusive relationship.  The West End version sadly finished early due to the coronavirus, but there are still plans ahead to continue with the touring production due to start in November this year.

Emma Ramsay’s Song Choice – “She Used To Be Mine

Lockdown Pick – “What’s Inside” – you are, hopefully.

46. My Fair Lady

Points – 28

Votes – 6

Firsts – 0

When we did My Fair Lady, Elisa asked us who could juggle.  Pat put his hand up.  I didn’t want to be shown up so I also put my hand up.  Then Elisa said we would be the jugglers at the beginning of the show.  And that is the story of how I learned to juggle in six months.  My Fair Lady however is the story of Pygmalion by George Bernard Shaw.  Sondheim considered it to be the best example of adapting an original source into a musical because of the love and respect that they showed to the play it was based on.  I am not positive that Shaw would agree, as he was always vehemently opposed to any suggestion that Henry Higgins and Eliza Doolittle should have any resemblance of a romantic connection.  The show has stood the test of time, and the number of huge songs taken from the show – Just You Wait, I’ve Grown Accustomed To Her Face and Little Bit Of Luck (who knew that DJ Luck and MC Neat did covers?!) – show why it is one of Lerner and Lowe’s best loved musicals.

Donna Dawson’s Song Choice – “On The Street Where You Live

Lockdown Pick – “On The Street Where You Live” – this song doubles as a list of places you may go.

45. Spamalot

Points – 29

Votes – 5

Firsts – 0

I think one of the most interesting things about Spamalot is the reaction of the Pythons.  Despite being billed as Monty Python’s Spamalot, and obviously being based on the quite brilliant Holy Grail, the show is very much Eric Idle’s.  All of the other members of the group seem to have reacted to it in a very brotherly way, suggesting repeatedly in interviews that it’s not really their cup of tea, or something that Eric whipped up, or a bit mad.  Terry Jones described it as “utterly pointless” and Michael Palin said that their reactions to drafts of different songs tended towards “Yeah, that’s alright, have a go”.  John Cleese recorded a voice over for it and had to be cajoled into it, and yet they all seem grudgingly pleased with it’s success.  Eric Idle however responded with “I’m making them money and the ungrateful bastards never thank me. Who gave them a million dollars each for Spamalot?”.

Luke Walden’s Song Choice – “The Song That Goes Like This

Lockdown Pick – “Run Away!” if anyone comes within two meters of you.

44. The Wizard of Oz

Points – 29

Votes – 6

Firsts – 1

There are so many brilliant little factlets about The Wizard of Oz.  Somewhere Over The Rainbow was nearly cut because it ‘slowed down the film’. The actor playing the Tin Man was incredibly ill due to the dangerous paint he wore.  The ruby slippers were silver in the book, and a pair that weren’t even used in the film were sold for over half a million dollars recently.  My favourite fact though is that the king of the flying monkeys was played by Mr Patrick Walsh.  A different one to ours, I think.  The show is as timeless as they come.  Based on the original L Frank Baum novel, Wizard had already been adapted to become a stage show by the author himself 1902, and there have been many, many adaptations including a 1942 version (which I believe to be the first musical I ever saw, at the Erith Playhouse in the early nineties), 1975s The Wiz, 2003s Wicked, and 2011s Andrew Lloyd Webber version.  None will beat our version however, with one of our most infamous gaffes of all time.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Jitter Bug

Lockdown Pick – “If I Only Had A Brain” – sung in honour of Mr Trump

43. Annie

Points – 29

Votes – 8

Firsts – 0

Eight votes.  That means eight times I sighed and thought “I am going to have to write about Annie”.  I think in the pantheon of musical theatre the only show I hold in more contempt is Cats.  The song Tomorrow is just so annoying!  Be quiet little girl!  They keep making it as well.  It was the most ever paid for a film adaptation of a stage musical back in 1977.  They made a TV movie in 1999.  And then a remake produced by Will Smith, Jada Pinkett-Smith and Jay-Z in 2014.  As incredulous as I am to why people might like it, I am evidently wrong as people really do seem to adore it, and Annie definitely has reached iconic status in the world of musical theatre.  And at least it isn’t Cats.

Laura Gillham’s Song Choice – “Let’s Go To The Movies

Lockdown Pick – “You Aren’t Allowed To Go To The Movies”

42. Cats

Points – 30

Votes – 5

Firsts – 0

Oh, piss off… 

Alex’s Song Choice – A different show.  Oh, alright then.  “Mister Mistofelees” I guess.

Lockdown Pick – “Gus: The Theatre Cat” Simply because I am missing the theatres.

41. Billy Elliot

Points – 31

Votes – 5

Firsts – 0

I am not sure why, but there seemed to be a big spree of films that were made about working class families from Northern mining towns turning to performing arts to solve their worries (see exhibits Full Monty and Brassed Off for further information).  Billy Elliot was an instant hit, and is a beautiful heart-wrenching story, and the Elton John stage adaptation was a huge hit, proving that the story is relevant all over the world, from the Netherlands to South Korea.  There were so many Billy Elliots over the years, and in 2014 twenty-seven of them – including a pre-Spider-Man Tom Holland who retrospectively hilariously only appears halfway through the names in the press statement – returned for a live broadcast special routine.

Karen Tomkins’ Song Choice – “The Stars Look Down

Lockdown Pick – “Solidarity” – it’s the only way through this!

40. Mary Poppins

Points – 31

Votes – 7

Firsts – 1

One of the shows that garnered the most people very specifically telling me either the film or the stage show, but with a big split between the two, and yet no love at all for its recent excellent sequel.  Walt Disney considered it his crowning achievement, and is still the Disney film to receive the most Oscars – and the only one nominated for Best Picture during his lifetime.  Julie Andrews was hoping to get the lead in My Fair Lady, so almost turned it down, but Disney was insistent, and probably a good call as it has placed six higher here! (oh, and won her Best Actress at the Oscars).  Much of the magic of the movie was hidden from the children playing Jane and Michael, meaning that the looks of shock on their faces as Mary Poppins reveals increasingly strange things from her bag, or produces multiple coloured medicines for them, were totally real.  Cameron Mackintosh persuaded PL Travers – who famously disliked the film – to allow him to produce a stage show in the early nineties, and upon her death in 1996 was able to then bring in Disney to furnish it with songs from the film, and a phenomenon continued.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Step In Time

Lockdown Pick – “Spoonful of Sugar” – more for the medicine bit.  Hopefully.

39. The Book of Mormon

Points – 32

Votes – 5

Firsts – 0

Something that I was holding out hope might pick up a vote somewhere along the way is South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (what is it about typing things out that means you finally get the pun?  How did I not notice that?!).  I can remember being a teenager and hearing the announcement that there would be a South Park movie and being so excited!  Finding out it was a musical was strange, but it totally worked, and I have always considered it to be an underrated musical masterpiece.  It seemed that Trey Parker and Matt Stone should obviously write musicals! Well, it took a while (if you ignore their very early work Cannibal: The Musical, which you should definitely check out because it is very funny) but eventually they produced The Book of Mormon.  It is quite frankly one of the funniest things I have ever seen.  Following a pair of Mormons who, far from their dream location of Orlando, are sent to Uganda to spread the word of God, we see one eyed warlords, swearing at God and inappropriately paced maggots.  There were suggestions that the Mormon church would be furious, but Parker and Stone were confident they would not be, and were indeed correct.  In fact, they regularly advertise in the programme with “You’ve Seen The Play, Now Read The Book”.

Heather Woodley’s Song Choice – “Turn It Off

Lockdown Pick – “Two (metres) by Two (metres)”

38. Fiddler on the Roof

Points – 32

Votes – 7

Firsts – 1

With six Broadway revivals and four West End revivals, Fiddler has stood the test of time.  Even more impressive is that Topol played the lead role of Tevye in forty years’ worth of these productions – a record that Daryl is trying to top.  It has about five hundred different productions a year in the United States, and has spawned parodies by Robin Williams (in Mrs Doubtfire), the cast of Avenue Q (with the very funny Avenue Jew) and me and Pat (Fiddler on the Deathstar – copyright pending).  Telling the story of a Jewish milkman in early twentieth century Russia and the troubles he has with his three daughters moving further away from his traditions, it is a moving and exciting show, with huge numbers and intimate moments.  I really think that this would be one of the greatest shows of all time, were it not for one thing.  It is incredibly long.  I mean, unnecessarily so.  In our phenomenal production all the way back in 2007, we wouldn’t make it out to the pub after the show because of how long it went.  Despite this, it is a show that I would revisit regularly and deserves all of the praise that is often heaped upon it.

Patrick Walsh’s Song Choice – “Tevye’s Dream” (“I really loved doing Tevye’s Dream.  It was so much fun to rehearse and looked and sounded great.  Terry’s lighting, Penny’s Fruma Sarah and Dave and Betty popping their heads up throughout – just a whole lot of fun!”)

Lockdown Pick – “To Life

37. Hello, Dolly!

Points – 33

Votes – 5

Firsts – 1

The Second show in a row to be about matchmaking, Hello, Dolly! is a classic Barbara Streisand show, and has proven to be a star vehicle for many actresses over the years, including Ethel Merman, Ginger Rogers and – slightly more confusingly – Danny La Rue.  Added to this list is Julia Bull (“An absolute dream of a role.  I used to squirm with excitement as I was saying one funny line after another.  A comedienne’s dream!”), and when the theatres reopen both Imelda Staunton, and one lucky, talented member of DAODS (although I don’t feel this is really a Paul Farlie role this time).  The film version was a critical success, but unfortunately was released at a time when film musicals were not as in vogue and didn’t do so well commercially.  However, this was made up when it became the first film released on VHS (depressingly, some of the newer members may not remember these – they are like DVDs. Which are like physical representations of streaming) and through a burst in sales when a clip was included in Wall-E.  Excitingly, the movie is appearing on Disney+ starting next week, so we can all see this wonderful show in all its glory.

Steph Jarvis’ Song Choice – “Before The Parade Passes By

Lockdown Pick – “It Only Takes A Moment” – so just don’t linger

36. Starlight Express

Points – 33

Votes – 8

Firsts – 0

Some of the backstories to the musicals that we have voted for here are incredible.  Starlight was originally three different Webber projects.  He made a pilot for a Thomas the Tank Engine animated TV show, wrote a single for a man who could sing three notes at once like a whistle, and was also attached to a project where Cinderella was retold through the medium of trains.  When all three crashed, of course the obvious thing to do is create a musical on roller-skates about trains.  Well, I for one am glad that he did because this is a great show, and I often feel a little underappreciated.  The music has so many varied styles and the characters are bold and wonderfully created.  Seeing it live in the West End in my late teens was an absolute thrill and we sat right next to these speeding trains that were flying past.  The one thing that makes me a little sad is that Webber’s constant tinkering has removed many of the best songs for ever – No Comeback is a great song, and the character of CB is now removed entirely.  It also contains one of the best contrived lines ever from the character of Electra – a representation of all these modern things that kept springing up in the eighties like “computers” – who sings “if you make me bored/I’ll hit my keyboard”  Magic.

Alex’s Song Choice – “AC/DC

Lockdown Pick – “Light At The End Of The Tunnel

35. Crazy For You

Points – 35

Votes – 6

Firsts – 3

There is a terrible throughline in so much of musical theatre history that shows composers and creatives dying well before their time, and often at inopportune times.  George Gershwin is one such person, dying at just thirty-eight just before the film version of A Damsel In Distress came out.  Whilst Crazy is most definitely a Gershwin production – “the new Gershwin musical comedy” being its tag line upon its 1992 release – it is actually a reworking of his show Girl Crazy with a new plot and characters, and some of his other songs thrown in.  Despite not being fully worked on by George and Ira, it has received a lot of love over the intervening years, with a successful Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre run allowing a West End revival a few years back.  Our production was a triumph also, with some great lead performances and incredible tap routines along with the best death scene ever courtesy of James Barber, and the worst moustache ever courtesy of John Worthy.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Slap That Bass

Lockdown Pick – “Bidin’ My Time” – which is what we seem to be doing all day long.

34. Legally Blonde

Points – 35

Votes – 6

Firsts – 1

Whilst it used to be almost certain that a stage show could receive a big screen adaptation, it is only relatively recently that films are almost guaranteed to be turned at some point into a musical.  Some just don’t work – Silence! The Musical just doesn’t seem the right medium for gruesome cannibalistic Hannibal Lecter – but some add a lot to the original, and one such show is Legally Blonde.  The original film is bubble gum fun, and where the musical’s writers, O’Keefe, Benjamin and Hach, play their cards perfectly is in simply trying to recreate this fun.  It is silly to the extreme at points, but just in its own way wonderful.  As is almost obligatory at this point, Gareth Gates was in it once.  I directed this for school last year, and when I announced it tried to explain how it is about female empowerment, and about how you shouldn’t let looks or men define you.  I was mainly met with a million requests as to whether we would have a dog.

Alex’s Song Choice – “So Much Better

Lockdown Pick – “Whipped Into Shape” – preferably sung by Joe Wickes

33. Chess

Points – 36

Votes – 7

Firsts – 0

I love a board game, I really do.  There just aren’t enough opportunities to combine this love with musical theatre though – Clue is the only other one I can think of but feel free to let me know if you think of more.  When Tim Rice set out to create this show however, I have a feeling that it was the Cold War that he was keener to examine.  Webber was tied up with another show (which can piss off) so he set about working with half of ABBA.  Reviews have always tended towards the positive, and yet it has rarely managed to keep a sustained run as a show.  Despite this, it often does very well in polls such as this one, and an interesting story coupled with strong song writing has meant it remains a favourite.  The number one single I Know Him So Well taken from the show is still the biggest selling song by a female duo of all time.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Anthem

Lockdown Pick – “Endgame

32. Moulin Rouge

Points – 37

Votes – 8

Firsts – 0

Whilst they are seeing somewhat of a renaissance, for a long time big screen musicals were not really a thing.  After the heydays of pre war Hollywood tap, and the emergence of the book musical to the cinema, there was a lull that was only really filled by adaptations and Disney animation.  Moulin Rouge felt like a breath of fresh air at the time, with acclaimed director Baz Luhrmann helming, and its unusual blend of new musical theatre style, pop-rock covers and an almost steampunk-esque audio that complimented the stunning visuals.  After ten years without a musical nomination at the Oscars, Moulin Rouge blew audiences away – as did Ewan McGregor, whom everyone expected to need auto tuning, until rehearsals showed his incredible range.  Nicole Kidman also allegedly sang.  When I was in sixth form, every girl I knew was openly in love with this film, and every guy I knew was secretly in love with it, so I am always pleased that all the kids at school seem to know the film.  After seemingly waiting for ever for it to happen, the stage show has now finally arrived, and we all eagerly await its arrival in the UK.  Some little snippets about the film.  Kylie Minogue and Ozzy Osbourne make small appearances as the same character – the green fairy with Ozzy providing the guttural scream, and Kylie – thankfully – being the one in the little green dress.  It is loosely based on the same Orpheus myth as Hadetown.  To enable the dancers to perform without slipping, they washed their floors in Coca-Cola, something that I can neither confirm or deny that Dave Hughes and I tried once at the Hall.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Elephant Love Medley”

Lockdown Pick – “Come What May

31. Oklahoma!

Points – 42

Votes – 9

Firsts – 0

The first of Rogers and Hammerstein’s collaborations, and in the eyes of many, their greatest, Oklahoma! is set in early 1900s America (I forget whereabouts) and tells the story of how Laurey is being pursued by two romantic suitors, Curley and Jud.  As a show, it is maybe one of the most pivotal on our list, being a prime example of the emerging form of the full integrated book musical – a trend that has continued to today where the songs are part of the story.  The show has had revival after revival and featured some huge names such as Hugh Jackman (from Wolverine), Howard Keel (from most musicals), and Maureen Lipman (from those BT adverts).  The title track became so popular that it was officially adopted as the state anthem of Oklahoma, and it is one of the most popular amateur productions in the world.  Fred is a particular fan “This is a very special show for me.  I love the story, music and atmosphere of this production and I have crewed, been in the chorus, played Jud Fry (twice) and directed”.

Katy George’s Song Choice – “The Farmer and The Cowman

Lockdown Pick – “Many A New Day

30. Blood Brothers

Points – 47

Votes – 7

Firsts – 1

Theatre in Education does not always have the best rap amongst actors – something to pay the bills rather than be your break out moment.  And yet, buried within this field is the one show that started off touring shows and became an international phenomenon – Blood Brothers.  Based on little more than a half remembered play from his childhood, Willy Russell created the script and score and developed it from the ground up.  One of the most impressive things about it is the sheer number of huge names who have appeared, including but not limited to, Barbara Dixon, Marti Pellow, Petula Clarke, Carole King, Davids Cassidy and Soul, Stefan Dennis, one of Blue, one of Atomic Kitten, most of the Nolans (not Christopher), Mel C and Russel Crowe.  Yes, that Russell Crowe.  In a musical!  I can’t imagine anyone ever made that mistake again.  As of yet, it has not starred Gareth Gates, but let’s not hold that against it.  Telling the story of twins separated at birth and showing the real social divide in twentieth century Liverpool, it has moments of hilarity and moments that are incredibly moving.

Sarah Brundritt’s Song Choice – “Tell Me It’s Not True

Lockdown Pick – “Madman” – no comment

29. Kinky Boots

Points – 45

Votes – 8

Firsts – 1

So many shows have paved the way for a production such as Kinky Boots to happen, but the initial stimulus was a BBC documentary about a struggling shoe factory turning to men’s fetish wear in order to survive.  A film was made using this as the premise before Cyndi Lauper and Harvey Feirstein put together this show.  It was not a favourite in many awards, but went on to be an unlikely winner at the 2005 Tonys, beating several other well regarded shows to be named best new show.  Anyone who was surprised however had not been reading the rave reviews, calling it ‘fun’ and ‘dazzling’ and ignored the important cultural impact it had on gender politics and representation of drag culture.

Christina Bruner’s Song Choice – “Not My Father’s Son”

Lockdown Pick – “Just Be

28. Company

Points – 47

Votes – 7

Firsts – 0

Several people specifically picked out the recent London production with a female Bobby as the reason that they fell for this show.  Whilst I cannot deny that it was a breathtaking production, with incredible sets and an absolute tour-de-force of a leading lady in Rosalie Craig, the merits of the show are such that it has been a well-loved show for decades.  Having said that, after seeing it I can now not imagine a male lead in this show.  Bobby is thirty, and single.  All of his (her?) friends are coupled up but he isn’t sure that is what he wants from his life.  Where I think the real beauty of the show lies is its incredible ordinariness.  It is a show about life – not about the big things that happen, the huge events that change everything – but just what living life is. Under the skilful ear and pen of Sondheim, this works beautifully with characters brought to life in a way where you could believe that you know them, and music that makes you forget the boundaries of what musical theatre is, and instead welcome you fully into the scene.  I knew literally nothing about this show when we went to see it (I thought it was about a theatre group.  Despite having seen A Chorus Line three times I think I had the two confused) and fell for this show in exactly the way that so many of you seem to have done.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Another Hundred People

Lockdown Pick – “Side by Side by Side” – but with a suitable gap between

27. Hair

Points – 47

Votes – 7

Firsts – 1

I can understand how this show is not everyone’s cup of tea, as it is somewhat surreal, with little plot and is a barrage of confusing lyrics and outrageous statements.  But I think it is simply incredible.  The music is so very much of a time, and yet is so entirely relatable.  The script, whilst being sometimes so very confusing, is genuinely funny.  And despite having some of the most heart wrenching moments regarding the very scary reality of the Vietnam War, it is filled with an incredible amount of fun.  When you consider the concerns about content that some shows still garner today, the fact that this show is now over half a century old are impressive.  Timed to tie in exactly with the end of the law that banned on stage nudity, it courted controversy intentionally and in the spirit of the hippy feel of the show.  Nudity was not required of the cast – or indeed the plot as everyone who saw me in our production was no doubt very pleased to hear – but was another way to show counter culture.  A young Elaine Paige, in her first West End show confessed to a rare moment of nervousness before disrobing for the first time, but even the shock factor of this paled beneath the plaudits received by the show.  The less said about the film the better.  Our own production was an absolute joy to be a part of and is one of the shows I would love to go back and do again.

Alex’s Song Choice – “Aquarius

Lockdown Pick – “Hair” which is currently in two states – overly long or all shaved.

26. Oliver!

Points – 50

Votes – 12

Firsts – 0

A surprise show to not quite make the top quarter I would suggest.  The biggest problem that this show had was that it appeared in many lists but without picking up big points each time.  Based on the Dickens novel Oliver Twist, it has some of the best loved characters in musical theatre in The Artful Dodger, Fagin and Nancy.  I performed it when I was at school, and the actor playing Bill Sykes dropped out meaning I had to play both him and Bumble in the same production.  I am sure that I am far from the only member of the society to have appeared in a school production of the show (a couple of other cast members are part of DAODS now), but if anyone missed at school, we have performed the show twice in the time that I have been a member – winning awards for our recent production no less – and this is a trend that is sure to continue. 

Alex’s Song Choice – “Reviewing The Situation

Lockdown Pick – “I Shall Scream

And that is set three! Top 25 now, and I am splitting them over the next two days – as they are a little higher I want to give them each a little more attention. 25-12 tomorrow and then a Top Eleven on Friday for reasons that will become clear. Stay safe!

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