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Author(s): Ian Bradley
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"If you take the contribution of the arts to faith seriously, this is a stimulating and fun survey of over a hundred years of musical theatre." THE SIGN, October 2004.
"... the great accomplishment of this book is to put theology and the musical theatre where it belongs - centre stage." The Revd Kevin Morris, Vicar of St Michael and All Angels, London. CHURCH TIMES
"A book worthy of a place in anyone's library, especially if you are willing to be challenged to explore new ways of connecting with people today." David Small, MINISTRY TODAY
"In an age when the most popular songs played at funerals are Bring Him Home, Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again and You'll Never Walk Alone - from Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera and Carousel respectively - it is surely time we sat up and took notice of what Ian Bradley has to say." REFORM, June 2005.
Ian Bradley is Reader in Practical Theology at the University of St Andrews, a prolific writer and regular broadcaster. His 28 books include 'Abide with me:the world of Victorian hymns(SCM Press); The annotated Gilbert and Sullivan' volumes 1 & 2(Penguin)