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Join two of international cabaret’s Grandest of Dames, Dillie Keane and Barb Jungr, as they jump giblets first into the festive season. Last Christmas for the first time ever these two giants performed side-by-side and proved that this is definitely an evening not to be mistletoed.
Featuring songs by Tom Waits, Ray Davies, John Legend and a hilarious take on the Twelve Days of Christmas, among many more, this is not your standard Christmas fare. You will want second helpings of this rich pudding for sure.
Dillie Keane is known worldwide as a founder member of the legendary Fascinating Aida and has played in pretty much every theatre in the country and far beyond.
Barb Jungr is known worldwide for her work on Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen’s songs, and as a radical interpreter of the New American Songbook.
Dillie and Barb will be accompanied by Jenny Carr (Jason Donovan, Beverley Craven, Billy Ocean) on piano. The glorious harmonies, musicality, emotion and fun on offer are a total festive experience.
Best known for her re-creation of the magic of the Parisian cabaret scene in a contemporary setting with modern translations of Brel, Piaf, Ferr, Harburgh and Cole Porter. She has also set the songs of Bob Dylan and Nina Simone to new and beautifully crafted arrangements. In the UK and New York she plays to packed houses and was recently heralded in a feature about her work in the New York Times. 'To turn down an invitation to see Barb Jungr perform live is to miss out on a revelatory and uplifting experience' (The Guardian) 'On stage she's a lioness' (The Sydney Morning Herald) 'The most literate of singers, Jungr is the perfect interpreter of this kind of material' (The Times) 'Possibly our best interpreter of Dylan's songs' (Billy Bragg).
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The founder member of Fascinating Aida, writer and singer. 'Her worldview is laconic, her lyrics lacerating, her voice now capable of going deeper than a Chilean miner' (The Daily Telegraph) 'Exudes faded glamour, a bit like Brighton sea front' (Daily Mail) 'Keane, whose piano-playing remains as sprightly and inventive as ever, prompts gales of laughter with merely the raising of a quizzical eyebrow' (The Times).
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