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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.

Thirsty!, Brasserie Zedel – Review

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Pros: Great songs, smart jokes, no fillers Cons: It’s only on for three days Thirsty! is Tori Scott’s London debut and she makes quite an entrance. Already a sellout at go-to cabaret venue Joe’s Pub in New York, I’m sure it won’t be long until she’s selling out in London. As it is she’s making a strong start with three nights at Brasserie Zedel in Picadilly, in the opulent art deco room known as the Crazy Coqs. Everybody I know ...

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Harold and Broad, The Pheasantry – Review

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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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