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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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Fiona Coffey: A Touch of Mrs Robinson

  A Touch of Mrs Robinson is Fiona Coffey’s first attempt at cabaret, and she presents a very interesting idea. Mrs Robinson is a character from The Graduate, a novel written by Charles Webb in 1963, and made into a … Continue reading

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Lily Atkinson: Song Collection

“…an interesting artist showing considerable promise..” Continue reading

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Billy Stritch at The Pheasantry

Billy Stritch is playing at The Pheasantry. Don’t miss him.

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The 3 Shonas

Cabaret debut for 3 leading ladies all called Shona! The 3 Shonas at The Pheasantry

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London Festival of Cabaret

London’s first Festival of Cabaret has been launched at new venue The Oak Room at The Hospital Club. The capital’s extraordinary growth in cabaret shows and venues has lead to heated dicussions. Read about the launch here..

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Robyn Spangler: Why I Love Linda Ronstadt

L.A. based singer Robyn Spangler made her London debut at The Pheasantry with her vibrant tribute to her heroine Linda Ronstadt. A timely piece given Ronstadt’s recent announcement she has Parkinson’s disease and has retired from singing.

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