Tag: cabaret

  • Tim Draxl

    Tim Draxl

    I’d first heard of Tim Draxl about four or five years ago when, under the tutelage of Les Solomon, he was proclaimed as “the next big thing” following in the footsteps of David Campbell.… Read the rest

  • Dot By Dot By Sondheim

    I love Dorothy Parker and I love Stephen Sondheim, so presumably if both were combined in a cabaret production I’d be extremely happy.

    Colin and I found out about this production while attending a terrific play at The Stables called Strangers In Between.… Read the rest

  • Sunday Afternoon

    It’s Sunday afternoon and I’m at work, just doing a few things here and there: some of it work-related, some of it personal. Unfortunately, I’m still burping garlic from today’s lunch: those yummy steemed pork dumplings from the Burlington Centre which I called into after doing my fresh produce shopping at Paddy’s Markets.… Read the rest

  • Muftee Cabaret

    Muf-Tee’s director, Les Solomon, has created a chat show with Hayden Tee as the host and the musical director, Nigel Ubrihien, as his sparring partner. By having a couple of cabaret-performing guests each week, they have a format which – like its small-screen counterparts – can constantly reinvent itself.Read the rest

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