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Miss Hope Springs Swings with her Amigos

Beige_Rula_Lenska_With_Miss_Hope_SpringsSmouldering lounge act singer-songwriter, pianist and funny girl, Miss Hope Springs is thrilled to continue her ‘hugely successful Sunday night residency’ (TimeOut) at London’s most glamorous cabaret room, with a month of swinging guest artists from the worlds of stage, screen, and music.

This laugh-out-loud, yet moving show ‘Latin ala Springs’, is the exciting lounge-act sensation of The West End’s burgeoning Cabaret scene and each Sunday in August will find Hope joined, for an original composition or two, by a unique showbusiness ‘Amigo’ in true vintage TV-Special style.

The wonderful singer songwriter David Mcalmont appears on the 4 August, followed by the brilliant electric troubadour Patrick Wolf on the 11th. The gifted actor and impressionist David Benson, currently appearing in ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’ joins Hope on the 18th. Then finally, to close the month of special Sundays, she is delighted to welcome back to the stage legendary Rula Lenska, who’s duet with her earlier in July raised the mirrored roof.

Miss Hope Springs residency is at the beautiful Art Deco ‘ Crazy Coqs ‘ Cabaret room in Brasserie Zedel, Sherwood Street, Piccadilly.

Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zedel, London, W1F 7ED.

4 August.

Doors at 6.30, the show starts at 7pm. Tickets £15.

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