Kit & McConnel

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Kit & McConnel

Sat 26 April 7.30pm

Since they teamed up as a cabaret duo a couple of years ago, Kit Hesketh Harvey (Just A Minute, Kit and the Widow) and his new fella, pianist, composer and Hugh Grantalike James McConnel have stormed in cabaret, from the Edinburgh and Aldeburgh Festivals to international tours as paid escorts to Joan Rivers. As a songwriting partnership they won the Vivian Ellis Award and went on to study under Stephen Sondheim. They have written cabaret songs for the likes of Barry Humphries, Mary Archer and Janie Dee. Having enjoyed sell-out seasons in the burgeoning cabaret scene in the West End of London they are thrilled now to be playing the West End of England.

“This duo make beautiful musical comedy together: see this show”
LONDON EVENING STANDARD

“The wit, the polish, the astonishing variety of their excellent original material makes this the most exciting cabaret on the UK circuit”
THE TIMES

Tickets: £20.50
Age: 14yrs+
Running Time: 2hrs

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