Another Dusty Springfield musical

Son of a Preacher Man The Musical

Son of a Preacher Man is the second musical featuring the singer's music announced this year.

Directed by Craig Revel Horwood, the musical features Springfield's music and with songs including "The Look Of Love", "I Only Want To Be With You","Spooky" and the title track. Son of a Preacher Man will open in Bromley on 4 September before embarking on a UK tour.

Earlier this year, it was announced that Maria Friedman would be directing Dusty, a new musical about the life of the singer, due to open in 2018.

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We miss you, Dusty ...

Anniversary of Dusty Springfield's passing

Commemorating the anniversary of Dusty's passing. Still so very missed by her friends and fans. Never forgotten. XOXO

New Dusty Springfield Musical

Dusty Springfield new musical

We've just received exciting news about a new Dusty musical! Being the first authorised musical and set to premiere in the UK in 2018, it originates from the notes and memoirs of Dusty's close friend and manager Vicki Wickham, as well as interviews with key people in Dusty's life, including Pat Rhodes, Dusty’s lifelong personal assistant, and friend and record company executive Tris Penna. The production will be directed by Olivier Award winner Maria Friedman. Read more on londontheatre.co.uk

Date for Dusty Day 2017 announced

Dusty Day 2017

Simon Bell has announced the date for the next Dusty Day: April 23,2017. Thanks for keeping it going, Simon! 
http://www.dustyday.co.uk/

Happy birthday, Pat Rhodes!

Nancy J. Young and Pat Rhodes at Dusty Day

Wishing Pat Rhodes, Dusty's loyal secretary, a very happy birthday! Love from all of us at Let's Talk Dusty! x

In the picture, left to right: Dusty, Nancy J. Young (one of Let's Talk Dusty's co-founders and administrators), and Pat Rhodes at Dusty Day, 2007. Photo: Corinna Muller

Reviews are in

Alison Arnop as Dusty Springfield.


While the press overall doesn't seem too impressed by the production of 'Dusty' at the Charing Cross theatre, they don't fail to acknowledge Dusty's greatness. Here are some of the more uplifting reviews: Digital Spy and Londonist. Nevertheless, according to a witness, the theatre was packed and the audience gave a long, standing ovation to the cast on press night.