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Music, drama, comedy all wrapped into one and served up in a cosy environment like a pub or a restaurant. We don’t review enough Cabaret really, but you’ll find what we have reviewed here.

Harold and Broad, The Pheasantry – Review

Credit: Everything Theatre

Pros: Both Harold and Anita are incredibly talented, with voices that can transport you and evoke strong emotions. Cons: There were a few slip ups by the pair, but as Harold said, “Hey, it’s cabaret!” You won’t find a grander entrance to a Pizza Express in London than the entrance to the King’s Road branch. With ornate pillars and statues adorning the front you’d be forgiven for thinking you were entering a gallery, not a pizza restaurant! However this branch ...

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Hotel Black Cat, London Wonderground – Review

Credit: Jason Moon

Pros: The variation in this cabaret offering means even that if one act isn’t quite your thing, the next will be along in just a few minutes. Cons: Slightly let down by what appeared a total lack of organisation beforehand, with the advertised start time, already late, missed by almost 30 minutes, and the audience left queuing with no clue what was happening. Hotel Black Cat, part of London Wonderground’s season, is a full-throttle mixture of cabaret, circus, music and adult pantomime, ...

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