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Toyah Ann Willcox (born 18 May 1958) is an English singer and a...

wikipedia - 18 Sep 2016
Toyah Ann Willcox (born 18 May 1958) is an English singer and actress. In a career spanning more than thirty years, Willcox has had 8 Top 40 singles, released over 20 albums, written two books, appeared in over forty stage plays and ten feature films, and voiced and presented numerous television shows.
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Toyah Willcox to star in new season at Lyric Hammersmith

WhatsOnStage.com - 25 Oct 2017
Then from 20 February to 10 March, Toyah Willcox will star in a new staging of Derek Jarman's seminal film, Jubilee, adapted and directed by Chris Goode. Wilcox starred in the original film about the height of punk, forty years later the piece has been ...
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Toyah Willcox performs at popular Stow Festival

Cotswold Journal - 02 Nov 2017
A WELL-KNOWN local singer performed in front of a capacity crowd at the Music at Stow Festival. Toyah Willcox, who has amassed thirteen top 40 singles, acted in fifteen feature films and presented such diverse television programmes as The Good Sex ...
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Manchester theatre cuts Myra Hindley hero-worship lines

BBC News - 02 Nov 2017
Toyah Willcox, who was in the film and is now in the play, said the lines were "beyond disrespectful" in the city where Hindley and Ian Brady operated. The pair's crimes shocked the nation in the 1960s - they tortured and killed five children between ...
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Jubilee review – Anarchy in the UK, 2017 style

The Guardian - 12 Nov 2017
It was clever in this anniversary of a jubilee to cast Toyah Willcox – who played Mad in the film – as a witty ruffed-up Gloriana, getting her handy magician John Dee to summon up visions, and towards the end joyously bursting into I Want to Be Free.
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Theatre review: Jubilee at the Royal Exchange, Manchester

The Times - 08 Nov 2017
Our guide through the garbled glory of England's dreaming is another Queen, a time-travelling Elizabeth I, played with poise and a glint in the eye by Toyah Willcox, who appeared in Jarman's film as the flame-haired pyromaniac Mad. Accompanied by her ...
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This week's best theatre shows: our critics' picks (November 7)

The Stage - 07 Nov 2017
Promising to be a remix for a new generation it stars Toyah Willcox, who also appeared in the original. Tabula Rasa – Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh. Opening at the Traverse ahead of a Scottish tour, Tabula Rasa, the new collaborative piece, a mixture of ...
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Don't condemn sound judgment as PC behaviour

The Guardian - 05 Nov 2017
Toyah Willcox, who was in the film, and now appears in the play, was against retaining the lines and made the point that Jarman would have originally included them for shock value. Precisely. Jubilee came out of punk, at a time when society needed a ...
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Jubilee Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester

Morning Star Online - 13 Nov 2017
And it's great to hear Toyah Willcox, promoted from her role as the pyromaniac Mad in Jarman's film to the heady heights of Elizabeth I, belting out her great '70s hit I Want to Be Free. But it's all too little to save a stage adaptation of a half ...
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The spirit of punk — and 'Jubilee' — lives on

Financial Times - 27 Oct 2017
The film starred punk icons Toyah Willcox, Adam Ant and Pamela Rooke, aka Jordan — a former model and actress who worked at Vivienne Westwood and Malcolm McLaren's King's Road punk boutique Sex — and follows a violent female gang through a ...
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Time to measure Hawk-Eye for chinos

The Times - 11 Nov 2017
Toyah Willcox? Dom Joly? They wouldn't go anywhere near it. Indeed, in a show that always seemed to have a love-hate relationship with risk-taking, and which possibly suffered from that in terms of drama in the long run, a number of competitors could ...
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News: Diane Morgan On Ghosts And Other Scary Things

Beyond The Joke - 26 Oct 2017
Radio 4 Extra's Diane Morgan Believes In Ghosts features Maxine Peake, Steve Punt and Toyah Willcox. In this special one-off broadcast Morgan has searched the BBC vaults for the best real-life tales of ghost hunting, hauntings and unexplained phenomena ...

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