1989 91

OK AT FIRST I THOUGHT THE 89 AND 91 WERE A REFERENCE TO 1989 BECAUSE IT HAS THE SAME DIGITS AND THAT WAS THE FIRST TIME SHE FOUND HERSELF/WAS FREELY TAYLOR. –> RECAPTURING THAT SPIRIT 

THEN I REALISED THAT THE TAYLOR IN THE BOX HAD FOUND HERSELF BACK IN THERE AFTER 1989 SO THEY COULDN’T REPRESENT THAT 

and then it hit me….

TAYLOR WAS BORN IN 1989. JOE WAS BORN IN 1991. SO ONCE AGAIN BY CRAZY COINCIDENCE THE FOUR DIGITS 1989 NOW 89 91 REPRESENT FREEDOM FOR TAYLOR BUT THIS TIME IT’S MORE COMPLETE BECAUSE SHE CAN PLAY THE GAME WITH SOMEONE BY HER SIDE 

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“Could you do a photoset with some mostly unknown Christines? Like 90s u/s or principals whom people don’t basically know?”

A homage to all the “pre internet” principal or alternate Christines of the 90s who was never represented in a cast album and maybe not even in the souvenir brochures, here represented with:

  1. Josie Walker, alt. in the UK Tour 1993, West End 1996-97,
  2. Lori Zeglarski, alt. in Hamburg 1999,
  3. Katrina Murphy, alt. in the UK Tour 1998-99, West End 2002,
  4. June Crowley, alt. in the Canadian Tour 1991-94
  5. Claudia Dallinger , alt. in Vienna 1988-89,
  6. Cristin Mortenson, alt. in San Francisco 1993-96,
  7. Beverley Worboys, alt. in Basel 1996-97, u/s in West End 1995-96,
  8. Diane Fratantoni, alt. in the US Tour 1995,
  9. Tua Åberg, principal in Stockholm 1989-91.
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1. !971-73, in the early ‘70s, the logo changed frequently, but this was the main one at this point.

2.1986-89, the first computer-generated title sequence featured this logo. Groundbreaking at the time!

3.1969-71, first seen in black and white, a more mirrored version appeared in later colour editions.

4. 1967-69, often mistaken as a one-off logo for the '67 Xmas special, this neon sign was used for two years.

5. 1964-67, the first discernible logo, used sporadically throughout the early years.

6. 1995-99, a further relaunch and everything went industrial for the mid-'90s Britpop era.

7.1973-86, launched with the 500th show, this iconic sign is still regarded by many as the logo.

8. 1989-91, another makeover and this logo was found at the end of the title sequence.

9. 1999-present, notice the reference to the very first logo? Worldwide syndication means this one will be around for some years to come.

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Jill Washington, member of the original West End cast, and Christine in West End 1989-91, 1993-95, and again in 1998. 

Here with: 1. Julia Goss and Kimberley Patridge, 3. Simon Bowman, 4. Ethan Freeman, 5. Martin Smith, 6. Peter Karrie, 7. Robert Meadmore, 8. Simon Bowman, 9. Clive Carter.