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About Miss Kiddy and the Cads

Miss Kiddy and the Cads is a unique vintage musical sensation with the delectable Miss Kiddy with her Cads "the Boss" on piano, Benny "The Bug" on trumpet, "The Undertaker" on bass, Daddy Beats on drums and not forgetting the breathtaking tap dancing of 'Lil Missy. They present a show for the most discerning and style conscious of audiences.

Miss Kiddy turns back the clock on every performance to a time when style and sass were the main order of the day. Expect all the hits – from Bowie to Beyoncé – with a vintage makeover, swinging beats and toe-tapping finesse!

Launched in 2016 to a full capacity crowd at The Pheasantry Jazz Club in London, this glamorous and unique band has been making great waves on the jazz and cabaret scene with eight sold-out public shows at venues such as Pizza Express Jazz Club, Soho, Upstairs at the Gatehouse Theatre and Crazy Coq's at Zedel's.

In 2017 Miss Kiddy and her Cads played at festivals around the UK including bringing some vintage sparkle to Camp Bestival, the Strode Park summer season and Whitstable Oyster Festival in Kent and Bestival. Following the release of their debut CD Live at Pizza Express, Miss Kiddy will be hitting the stages of Henley Festival and Camp Bestival in 2018 so grab your one chance to see them live in London this summer!

Show-stopping vocals, sensational band, stunning costumes, spectacular tap dancing and the decadence of 1940s Hollywood all wrapped up in a sophisticated musical comedy revue…this is Miss Kiddy and the Cads!

Note: Vintage dress is encouraged.

"The (Miss Kiddy and the Cads) show is hugely entertaining… these imaginative new (but old) versions are playful, sophisticated and witty. The band are note-perfect and tightly drilled…. the crowd loved it." – I Went to the Theatre

Last updated: May, 2018