The Best of Miss Hope Springs (...it's a very short show)
  • Brighton Fringe

Brighton Fringe 2021 Award Winner Miss Hope Springs recently celebrated a decade of decadence as resident songstress at Londons premier cabaret room Le Crazy Coqs in Piccadilly. And now, for those of you who couldnt make it to town, she is bringing this glittering evening of laughter and song to the Brighton Fringe for 3 nights only.As usual, live at the piano, La Springs will take you on a trip down a by now rather potholed memory lane, revisiting some of the many shows shes created over the years: Je mappelle Hope, Latin Ala Springs, Blood Sweat and Sequins and Vegas to Weimar to name a few. Youll hear a miss parade (as opposed to hit parade) of self-penned vintage Vegas toe-tapping show tunes, heartfelt torch songs and hysterical point numbers from her numerous as yet unreleased LPs and un-staged musicals. Be prepared for your favourite sing-a-long musical numbers such as January Jones, Funny How Things Work Out, Mrs OToole, Carnival and of course her biggest hit... The Devil Made Me Do It. She will, as ever, dish up scandalous showbiz stories from her Ritz to the pits life in LA, Paris and... Dungeness.The greatest star that never was sings the greatest hits that never were. Fabulously talented Jonathan RossTragi-comic genius Julian ClaryA treasure trove of new original material... Hilarious... A total original' Bistro Awards NYC Broadway Baby Fringe Review TimeOut Latest7 British Theatre

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