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  1. The Royal Variety Performance 2002 TV Special 2002 IMDb RATING 6.0 /10 11 YOUR RATING Rate Comedy Family Music Annual Variety Show. This year was filmed on Monday 2nd December 2002 at The Carling Apollo Theatre, Hammersmith, London Director Kevin Bishop Stars King Charles III Anastacia Rob Bowman See production, box office & company info

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  2. The Royal Variety Performance [2002] (2002) Tweet. Tweet. Film details. Featuring. Bob Monkhouse Diana Krall Natalie Cole. Director. Kim Gavin. Country. United ...

  3. The Royal Variety Performance traditionally begins with the entrance of the members of the royal family followed by singing of the national anthem, God Save the King, which was also performed by the participating acts as a traditional end to Royal Variety Performances; with the exception of 2020 due to the coronavirus pandemic, as a result of which, As If We Never Said Goodbye opened that year's show instead, sung by that year's host, Jason Manford.

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  4. The Royal Variety Performance 2002 (2002 TV Special) Full Cast & Crew See agents for this cast & crew on IMDbPro Directed by Kevin Bishop Cast (in credits order) Produced by Kevin Bishop ... producer Film Editing by John Sillitto Costume and Wardrobe Department Deborah Cantor ... assistant costume designer Music Department Yak Bondy ... arranger

  5. The Royal Variety Performance 2022: Directed by Richard Valentine. With Lee Mack, Al Murray, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Axel Blake. A Royal Variety Performance hosted by Lee Mack at the Royal Albert Hall in front of Prince Edward and his wife Sophie. Guests include Sam Ryder, Ellie Goulding, Al Murray, Gregory Porter, Omid Djaili and Becky Hill.

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    • Comedy, Music
    • Richard Valentine
    • 2022-12-20
  6. 20 de dez. de 2022 · This year’s Royal Variety Performance was the first to take place since Queen Elizabeth II passed away on September 8, 2022, but host Lee Mack's risky gag about late Prince Philip has proved...