Miss Hope Springs to play the Wigmore Hall

Besi Besemar May 1, 2017

Internationally acclaimed singer songwriter, entertainer and star of the West End’s Live at Zedel, Miss Hope Springs is embarking on a nine date UK solo tour launching on June 16 with a ‘late night show’ at the Wigmore Hall in London.

Hope will be releasing her new The Devil Made Me Do It CD to coincide with the tour which also takes in Bath, Deal, glamorous Milton Keynes, Wiltons Music Hall in London and two dates at the Komedia in Brighton (July 21 and 22).

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Still wearing the sequined stage wear she left the Pink Pelican casino in Vegas with in 1972 the down on her luck, never-say-die ex showgirl-turned nightclub lounge act, Hope plays the piano and sings an entirely original musical theatre, jazz, pop and latin numbers and tell’s hysterical tales from her Ritz to the pits life.

♦  Hailed as “Tragi-comic genius” by Julian Clary and by Liza Minnelli’s musical director Billy Stritch as “A highly accomplished entertainer in the best vaudeville tradition! Her artfully constructed songs will have you howling on the floor one moment and feeling deeply moved the next.”

♦  Marc Almond said: “The songs are genius…Go see!”. 

♦  Will Hodgkinson Rock and Pop critic for The Times wrote “Springs sings of big hopes and broken dreams…

Miss Hope Springs next appearance is at Live at Zedel in Piccadilly on May 25.

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