It’s that time of the year again when the Udderbelly Festival (Until 17 July) and the London Wonderground (until 25 September) come to the South Bank. We’ve picked out a couple of the shows we are looking forward to seeing:- Gobsmacked Gobsmacked is the UK’s answer to Pentatonix. Featuring three times and current reigning beatbox […]
Feminine Persuasion – Anne Hampton Callaway in Cabaret Crazy Coqs 20 April 2016 5 Stars American singer-songwriter Ann Hampton Callaway is back for a week at Crazy Coqs, this time with a show celebrating women songwriters. It’s the first part of an epic season of cabaret artists performing as part of the London Festival of […]
After almost three years of sold out pop up shows around the UK’s capital, the beloved London Cabaret Club are thrilled to announce their grand launch on Friday 22nd April. Taking place in their new and permanent residence, the iconic Bloomsbury Ballroom, they promise to deliver a thrilling night of entertainment. This glamorous grand launch will […]
Julie Atherton is a true musical talent and this cabaret evening provides a brilliant opportunity for her to demonstrate this. It’s running for a few more days, and is guaranteed to deliver a laid-back and entertaining evening.
Following their sell out performances at The Pheasantry and a standout performance at 2015’s Sondheim 85th Birthday Gala at Drury Lane, Ferris & Milnes, the musical theatre comedy cabaret performed by Dominic Ferris and Martin Milnes, have been invited to take up creative residency at the St James Theatre Studio. The first show of the […]
This is an immensely polished, professional and stylish evening which marks another example of how contemporary cabaret is still exploring and pushing at the boundaries of how to best combine words and music.
I don’t know if A Touch of Mrs Robinson was trying to seduce me, but if it was, it didn’t quite work. Whilst being amusing in parts, it was musically rather flat. Whilst The Graduate superfans will certainly have fun, cabaret fans will see more interesting offerings elsewhere.
This gender, race and sexual politics canvas stretches across the entire platform of the performances, from the sharp opening patter of Fez Fa’anana which happily offends everyone equally, through the “pretty doesn’t mean dumb” antics of the cheeky Louis Briggs and the vignettes with an increasingly more naked Lucky Charm (Lachy Shelley) to the various […]