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About Live At The Hippodrome

JANIE DEE
Monday 2nd - Saturday 7th July 2012 at 8pm
Janie Dee has won Olivier, Evening Standard, Critics' Circle, Theatre World and Obie Awards for her work in theatre, film and television. She has enjoyed close working relationships with Harold Pinter, Sir Alan Ayckbourn and Sir Peter Hall.  Janie has won critical acclaim from her critics and peers and is deservedly renowned as one of Britain's most consummate performers.


JANE MONHEIT

Wednesday 4th (10.15pm) & Thursday 5th (8pm) July 2012

Jane says "Our return to London is something we're quite excited about! The show will feature songs from the past, present and future...old favorites, music from our most recent album, Home, and possibly a song or two that I'll be recording this summer for my ninth studio album. My drummer, Rick Montalbano will be performing with me as always, but the rest of the trio will be made up of some of London's best...Tom Cawley on piano, and Sam Burgess on the bass. I'm so looking forward to coming back"


TONY CHRISTIE

Monday 9th - Saturday 14th July 2012 at 8pm

Tony Christie has sold over 10 million albums worldwide.  This show, which includes an eight piece band, revisits some of his hits songs including Avenues and Alleyways and Is This the Way to Amarillo.  This is the way to see a musical giant of popular song. 


KATE DIMBLEBY with NAADIA SHERIFF - BEWARE OF YOUNG GIRLS : THE SONGS OF DORY PREVIN

Monday 16th - Saturday 21st July 2012 at 8pm

Acclaimed jazz singer Kate Dimbleby, accompanied by Naadia Sheriff on piano, re-visit the songs, witticisms, and sorrows of seventies icon Dory Previn. Hits such as "Lady with the Braid", the most potent of revenge songs, "Beware of Young Girls", about the elfin Mia Farrow, combine with uproarious gospel numbers like "Did Jesus have a Baby Sister?" in this world premiere Cabaret show, created especially for the Matcham Room. Written in collaboration with  playwright Amy Rosenthal (On the Rocks) and directed by Cal McCrystal (One Man Two Guvnor's and Zumanity, Cirque de Soleil), this is a loving look at Dory's life, and the music that marked it, from a traumatic childhood, via Hollywood scandal and mental breakdown, to finding her voice with uncompromising tales of love and loneliness. Dory used music to write herself sane; with heart, soul, and a liberal sprinkling of Mae West wit, her songs still do the same for us.


JULIAN OVENDEN

Monday 16th - Saturday 21st July 2012 at 10.15pm

Especially created for the Live at the Hippodrome series and showcasing material from his debut album, If You Stay, Julian's evening is a continuation of an already glittering music career. He has curated a beautiful collection of songs that will conjure the golden age of 60s London and the big vocal sweep of Matt Monroe and Tom Jones. More heart-breaking songs will evoke the intimate mood of Parisian cabaret - Jacques Brel and Charles Trenet - music with romance, drama and passion, sung in his peerless tenor voice, Julian will reinterpret great songs in his own way.



MISS POLLY RAE - BETWEEN THE SHEETS

Monday 23rd - Saturday 28th July 2012 at 8pm

Burlesque star and founder of the The Hurly Burly Show ™ Miss Polly Rae returns to the West End in her most intimate setting yet, the stunning newly refurbished Matcham Room at The Hippodrome Casino.
 
As the name suggests, Between the Sheets is an up close and personal evening inside Miss Polly Rae's ‘boudoir'. Celebrating all things sensual, sexual and saucy, this hilarious burlesque inspired cabaret and variety show is provocative, cheeky and ever so pleasurable.