The success of the concerts meant that Notes From New York could create successful evenings on various other themes:
Notes In Heels (6 April 2008 - Duchess Theatre, Covent Garden) showcased female writers Georgia Stitt, Jenny Giering, Zina Goldrich. Again it starred Julie Atherton and Paul Spicer, with newcomers Selina Chilton, Stuart Matthew Price and Amy Pemberton.
The Last Five Years (12, 19 & 26 October 2008 - Theatre Royal, Haymarket) A gala staging of the Jason Robert Brown musical to celebrate five successful years of Notes From New York. Starring the series regulars Julie Atherton and Paul Spicer.
Producer Neil Eckersley and creative Paul Spicer have also formed Speckulation Entertainment, which produced 'A Spoonful of Stiles And Drewe' (6 July 2008 - Her Majesty's Theatre, Haymarket), a celebration of British musical theatre writers George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. The concert has since been released on CD.
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