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  1. Welcome to The Shows Must Go On the channel bringing you showtunes, backstage access and full performances from some of the best loved musicals in history!
  2. The Shows Must Go On has now ended. Please consider donating to one of our chosen charities NHS CHARITIES TOGETHER CAMPAIGN».
  3. rows · "The Show Must Go On" is a song co-written by Leo Sayer and David Courtney and first .
  4. " The show must go on " is a phrase in show business, meaning that regardless of what happens, whatever show has been planned still has to be staged for the waiting patrons. There is no evidence to suggest that it is the abbreviation of a longer phrase.
  5. Truly a fantastic Queen song recorded while lead singer Freddie Mercury was battling his symptoms from HIV/AIDS, “The Show Must Go On” is a compellingly powerful final coda to Freddie’s legacy. The.
  6. Nov 03,  · Directed by Coby Ruskin. With Jim Nabors, Frank Sutton, James Sikking, John Gibson. Gomer overcomes obstacles to perform a brilliant vocal rendition of "The Impossible Dream."/10(45).
  7. the show must go on A set phrase meaning that whatever has been planned or scheduled must be carried out, regardless of the current circumstances, including any problems or disruption. Most often applied to show business, particularly the theater. Our Juliet just called to say she had to go .
  8. But as the title of the book states, "the show must go on", and this excellent work shows the different ways in which the producers of different series dealt w/the loss: Replacing the actor in question w/a new one in the same role (Alias Smith and Jones), or a similar one (Cover Up)/5(7).

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