Tori Scott, began as she meant to go on. And go on she did! No prisoners were taken in her relentless display of charisma, strength, beauty of voice and expression, all interleaved with her clever, sassy New Yorker commentary.
Hope Springs is the Rolls-Royce of drag acts, not least for her ability to confect all her material, especially the exquisitely crafted and appealingly catchy songs, but also for the ingeniously thoughtful and dramatically fully realised mis-en-scenes that she dreams up as vehicles for each show
The Night Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel 2nd January 2017 4 Stars Fast becoming one of the most significant events in the cabaret calendar, this entertaining monthly gathering, pioneered by the indefatigable Tom Crowley and trusty cohorts, is a wonderful place to enjoy ‘alternative’ comedy and music in the comparatively safe surroundings of a respectable […]
If you like things of the ilk of ‘Cirque du Soleil’, and other such vacuous circus-type divertissements, you will most assuredly delight in this.
This was a welcome opportunity to get better acquainted with the repertoire of one of the country’s brightest and most interesting new songwriters
Julian Eaves reviews Liza Pulman Sings Streisand “This was in every respect a sincere tribute to a really remarkable artist, given by one of the very best acts out there.”
“You don’t so much leave at the end of this concert, as sail away from it on a wave of euphoria” says our theatre critic Julian Eaves of Maria Friedman.
By the time the reprise of the title song reappeared as ‘Your Voice’ and then led us into the finale ultimo of ‘Encore!’, we were ready to leave the cabaret with fond feelings in our hearts, and a copy of the CD in our pockets.