Something different for the prize draw for newsletter readers this week: cabaret.
We’re offering a pair of tickest for one of the three nights of cabaret singer Harold Sanditen, plus his band of Michael Roulston, Dave Olney and Bob Sydor. October 19th -21st.
Harold is a native of Tulsa, Oklahoma, and now lives in London. The show, Thoughts ‘Round Midnight, is about “the thoughts which keep you awake through the night” says Harold. And to predict that Harold will be hitting the audience with some unusual repertoire is undertatement.
He does a jolly splendid posh British public school chap’s version of Johnny Cash’s A Boy Named Sue . (Johnny Cash grew up less than 24 hours from Tulsa: in the next state, Kingsland, Arkansas.)
Then there’s Jay Leonhart’s dark, very dark song Look Down off a Bridge in which the protagonist gives a “degree of difficulty” score to the triple back flip dive with which he may or may not commit suicide. And scats.
Pheasantry 19th-21st October / pizzaexpresslive.co.uk / haroldsanditen.com
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