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London Festival Of Cabaret 6th to 22nd May 2014

London Festival of CabaretThe LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET will play at eight venues across London from Tuesday 6th May to Thursday 22nd May 2014.

London Festival of Cabaret patron DOUGLAS HODGE and a performer in this year’s Festival says: “Out of small acorns come big trees and cabaret is the super fertile ground where talents and ideas can first find their voice.”

The festival will include a LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET OPEN MIC NIGHT on Thursdays 8th, 15th and 22nd May 10.30pm at The Crazy Coqs.

Performers throughout the festival include:
Simon Green with Musical Director David Shrubsole, Fascinating Aida, Barb Jungr, Vimala Rowe, Xara Vaughan, Lauren Fox, Annabel Leventon and Robert Meadmore, Brandyn Shaw, Gary Williams (sings Nat King Cole), Julie Atherton (Tempting Fate), Gabrielle Ducomble, David Bedella and Friends (Primetime!), Scott Alan and Special Guests, Sarah-Louise Young (Julie Madly deeply), Jenna Russell, Edward Seckerson and Jason Carr (Rodgers Revealed), Roulston and Young (Cabaret and Chamelion), Cabaret Confidential, Alsion Jiear (In Your Eyes), Gwyneth Herbert, Maria Friedman and Adam Guettel (in Concert and In Conversation), Russell Grant and Martin Milnes (Songs we wanted to sing – but were never allowed to), Janie Dee (Master-Class on the art of performance),
The liberation of Collette Simple (Concert Performance).

Festival Producers for the LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET – Paul Tyrer and Jamie Clark for The Booking Office. LFOC Artistic Director is Neil Marcus.

LONDON FESTIVAL OF CABARET 2014
Full listings at www.londonfestivalofcabaret.com

Wednesday 19th March 2014

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