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Bounder and Cad

Bounder and Cad‘s alter-egos, Adam Drew and Guy Hayward, are in reality two very personable young Cambridge graduates having found themselves on the cabaret circuit almost by accident. They met as students, sang in choirs, put together a song for … Continue reading

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Alison Jiear: Under the Influence

The exceptional versatility and artistry of Alison Jiear at St James Studio. My review

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Maria Friedman in Concert

Legendary Maria Friedman performs her extended show on Sondheim and Bernstein at Cadogan Hall

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Gregg Edelman: “Broadway State of Mind”

Romantic lead of Broadway Gregg Edelman opens his London cabaret “Broadway State of Mind” at The Crazy Coqs. Read review here:

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Amanda McBroom: ‘Let’s Fall In Love’

Amanda McBroom is sexy, funny and deeply moving at The Crazy Coqs. Her own compositions, which include the huge Bette Midler hit ‘The Rose’ and ‘Errol Flynn’ are both heart-felt and profound. Read my full review here.

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Anna Bergman “You and The Night and The Music: An Evening of Musical Imports and Exports”

A woman from a diplomatic childhood creates  a cabaret of songs representing all the cultures she grew up with – American Songbook, Viennese opera, French chansons.

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Kit and McConnel “In Cabaret”

After 30 years, Kit and the Widow (Richard Sisson) have gone their separate ways and now Kit Hesketh-Harvey and James McConnel have created a new show and are playing at The Crazy Coqs.

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