A list of gigs is on my diary page but here are some details of current collaborations…
Maxa – Sarah-Louise Young and I have been working hard on our ensemble musical based on the life of Paula Maxa, star of the Grand Guignol Theatre in Paris.
Jess Robinson – Musical comedian and impressionist Jess Robinson and I are currently touring the UK with her Edfringe hit show ‘No Filter’. You might also hear us on Radio 4’s ‘The Now Show’. Info.
Dillie Keane – Dillie and I have had a marvellous time touring the UK and playing an Off-Broadway run. We are playing the Pheasantry, London in April. We filmed her DVD ‘Hello Dillie’ which is available here.
Roulston & Young – Our next performance of ‘Songs For Lovers (And Other Idiots)’ is in Dubrovnik on July.
‘Je Regrette!’ – Sarah-Louise and I recently performed this show at Watermans Arts Centre, London.
Dusty Limits – Dusty and I completed our second album of original material entitled “Life & I”. It’s been a journey of great value to both of us and we have worked with some amazing musicians and engineers. We are also indebted to our Kickstarter pledgers for helping us . You can listen and buy it here.
Julie, Madly, Deeply – We are currently touring this show celebrating the life and work of Dame Julie Andrews devised with Russell Lucas. We had a fantastic Edinburgh Festival run, a West End run at the Trafalgar Studios, a UK tour and a Toronto run. We are playing the Brits Off Broadway Festival, NYC in June. Info and dates here.
Christine Bovill – Christine and I have been touring England & Ireland with her wonderful ‘Piaf’ and ‘Paris’ concert shows and we recently played a run at Wilton’s Music Hall where we received a standing ovation nightly and this glowing review. A clip of our memorable performance with Charles Dumont, composer of “Non, Je ne Regrette Rien”, “Mon Dieu” and many other Piaf favourites below…
Zedel Open Mic Party – I am resident pianist for the Zedel Open Mic night in the Crazy Coqs, Piccadilly. This is without doubt the most beautiful cabaret room in town, possibly the world. It’s always a joy to play there with Robert Rickenberg and Jonathan Kitching and our host, Harold Sanditen.