Cabaret Alan Cumming Show Closed This production ended its run on March 29, 2015 Related Shows Life is a Cabaret, old chum! Alan Cumming, reprising his Tony Award-winning role as the Emcee in the Sam Mendes/Rob Marshall revival, tweeted this selfie March 21 just before his first performance in the production at Studio 54. The Scot has been brutally honest about the changes he’s undergone in the last 16 years since he played the part, even tweeting about how he’s now a man who dyes his hair and talking about how he’s now an “ancient old hag” in interviews. Well, we can’t wait to see you at Studio 54, Mr. Cumming, you’ll always be young in our eyes. We do have a favor to ask, though: how about tweeting a hot shot of your co-star Michelle Williams? We really want to know what she looks like as Sally Bowles! Star Files View Comments
Australia’s FAR Limited has made progress in securing funds for its share of the Sangomar field development located offshore Senegal. Sangomar concept; Image courtesy of WoodsideFAR said on Wednesday that, to date, it had received credit approved terms for $200 million. The company is in talks to increase this sum to $300 million.The company added that further updates on the matter were expected next week.It is worth reminding that FAR completed an A$146 million conditional placement to institutional and sophisticated investors at A$0.0425 per share in mid-December.In addition, FAR said it would conduct a share purchase plan to existing eligible shareholders to raise up to a further A$30 million at the same price as the placement.Proceeds from the placement and share purchase plan, along with FAR’s existing cash reserves, a $350 million senior debt facility, and a junior debt facility of up to $150 million will be used to fund FAR’s share of capex to first oil of $492 million, which includes a 10 percent contingency.As for the project, Woodside’s development and exploitation plan for the Sangomar field was approved on January 9 by the government of Senegal.Woodside sanctioned the project the following day and awarded a contract for the supply of a floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) vessel to Japan’s MODEC. The operator also awarded a contract to Subsea Integration Alliance, a partnership between Subsea 7 and Schlumberger’s OneSubsea.The Sangomar Field Development Phase 1 concept is a stand-alone floating production storage and offloading (FPSO) facility with 23 subsea wells and supporting subsea infrastructure. The FPSO is expected to have a capacity of around 100,000 bbl/day, with first oil targeted in early 2023.Offshore Energy Today StaffSpotted a typo? Have something more to add to the story? Maybe a nice photo? Contact our editorial team via email. Also, if you’re interested in showcasing your company, product or technology on Offshore Energy Today, please contact us via our advertising form where you can also see our media kit.
A Bolivian student has won the sixth annual International Reggae Poster competition, beating out a pool of 1,060 entrants from 68 countries, including Jamaica.Vinicio Sejas from Bolivia was named the grand winner. “I am very grateful. To be selected the grand winner among so many beautiful posters is like being blessed,” he told the Gleaner recently. “When I received the mail, I could not believe what I was reading, so I checked the social networks and the website, and shouted, ‘My poster, it’s there, on the cover! It’s true!’ I felt very happy, so much so that I asked my sister to pinch me to know that I’m not dreaming!” Included in Sejas’ winnings is a trip to Jamaica sponsored by The Montego Bay Jamaica airport and The Spanish Court Hotel, a collection of fonts by Parachute Font Industry worth €500 (J$74,000), and gifts from VP Records.