Broadway Baby Piano Bar
  • By Pete Shaw
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  • 22nd Apr 2014
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  • London Fringe

Broadway Baby are thrilled to introduce a new regular date for West End Wendys and Dagenham Divas. The Broadway Baby Piano Bar starts from April 27th at the George & Dragon, Greenwich every Sunday night.

Showcase your vocal talents whilst enjoying a proper South East London night out

Hosted by The Duchess and with The Hollies' Ian Parker on keyboards, the Piano Bar is your chance to showcase your vocal talents whilst enjoying a proper South East London night out.

The Duchess is a legend of the drag circuit, quick witted and known to belt out a ballad or three. She is the perfect hostess. Joining Duchess on the keyboards is Ian Parker, who's been with The Hollies since 1991 and has also played with the likes of The Tom Robinson Band, The Three Degrees, Joan Armatrading and Elkie Brooks. You'll be in professional hands.

There's no entry charge, and drinks are at standard pub prices. Every Sunday night from 9pm-midnight.

The George & Dragon, 2 Blackheath Hill, Greenwich, London SE10 8DE

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