When Clary Met Barbr

When Clary Met Barbr

It seems that mystifying and mismatched pairings are everywhere we look. Clegg and Cameron. Chocolate and chilli. Michael McIntyre and a successful comedy career. Barb Jungr and Julian Clary are another couple that can be added to that list. Jungr is the no-nonsense...
Review: Lili La Scala’s Siren

Review: Lili La Scala’s Siren

An emotional, personal and from-the-heart evening of sung story-telling. Classically-trained songstress Lili La Scala’s new show Siren had its London premiere at London Wonderground this week, featuring a very personal collection of found songs, telling stories about...
Review: Batt On A Hot Tin Roof

Review: Batt On A Hot Tin Roof

After a stint at the Crazy Coqs last August, the Batt is back. No, not Christian Bale in another Christopher Nolan instalment of rubber-clad and gruff-voiced comic book histrionics but Bryan Batt, known to some as Mad Men’s Sal Romano and, judging from his latest...
LFOC 2014 Review: Julie Madly Deeply

LFOC 2014 Review: Julie Madly Deeply

Alarmingly soon after she bounds onto the stage in the blonde Sound of Music wig, Sarah-Louise Young asks audience members to share their “live” memories of Julie Andrews and I couldn’t resist mentioning the fact that in 1974 when I taught in an...
Book Review: Gary Williams’ Cabaret Secrets

Book Review: Gary Williams’ Cabaret Secrets

In his book Cabaret Secrets, Gary Williams’ promises to reveal to the reader exactly how to “create your own show, travel the world and get paid to do what you love.” The well-travelled performer has used his own story to produce this guide to building a career in the...
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