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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. Advertisements

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The Pheasantry – Proving a Worthy Successor to Pizza on the Park

The Pheasantry -the third of my series on London’s cabaret venues and its vibrant cabaret scene.

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Cabarets and Other Shows in St. James Theatre Studio

The first in a series of features on some of London’s new cabaret venues – St James Theatre Studio is elegant and welcoming, and promises an exciting future for cabaret in the capital.

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David Meulemans: Welcome To My World

An evening of new work by singer-songwriter David Kent, sung by Miami-based artist David Meulemans. A great collection of original songs, ideal for a cabaret setting, beautifully sung.

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