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The Follow Spot presents Anna-Jane Casey at Proud Cabaret

Anna-Jane Casey
Anna-Jane Casey
Photographer Darren Bell

The Follow Spot returns for 2015 bigger and better than ever before!

Bringing the cream of the West End’s performers supported with a live band, hilarious comedians, sensational food, and it’s all served up in the most succulent venue you can imagine, Proud Cabaret!

With you every couple of weeks on a Sunday evening, starting Sunday 8th February 2015 with the awesome Anna-Jane Casey!

Anna-Jane has performed in so many iconic West End roles and most recently starred in the hilarious review show Forbidden Broadway, so prepare to be amused as well as amazed!

“A treasure of London’s theatre scene, award-winning Anna-Jane was already being handed lead West End roles at the age of 16. In her illustrious career she has amassed a collossal catalogue of achievements. Recent credits include Velma in Chicago (opposite Ruthie Henshall) and Mrs Wilkinson in Billy Elliot.”

Compering our evenings, we welcome the side-splittingly funny Jess Robinson. Jess is a sensational vocal impressionist, with credits including Little Voice, The Now Show and Dead Ringers. Her recent one woman show at Edinburgh Fringe Jess Robinson: Mighty Voice was a 5 star smash, so expect to hear snippets of this as well as sneak previews from the forthcoming 2015 show!

In addition there are vastly talented support acts waiting in the wings as well as an awesome band that will help keep the party in full swing, so there’s no end of reasons to come enjoy what has to be one of London’s greatest nights out!

Sunday 8th February Doors open 18:30 – Sunday 8th February
Performances from about 7.15 – 10.15 with intervals
Proud Cabaret is an over 18s venue

Book tickets:

Sunday 1st February 2015


  • Neil Cheesman

    First becoming involved in an online theatre business in 2005 and launching londontheatre1.com in September 2013. Neil writes reviews and news articles, and has interviewed over 150 actors and actresses from the West End, Broadway, film, television, and theatre. Follow Neil on Twitter @LondonTheatre1

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