Comedy cabaret chanteuse Miss Hope Springs sings her songs and tells stories from her 'Ritz to the pits life'
9th August to 11th August . 7:30pm – 9:30pm (approx. Includes interval) . Recommended age 18+
£20 Full Price (£16.50 Concession) · £16 Restricted View Stalls & Front Balcony (£12.50 Concession) · £14 Balcony Restricted View (£10 Concession)
International cabaret star Miss Hope Springs performs her acclaimed repertoire of award-winning, all-original, witty and moving self-penned songs live at the piano accompanied by her Hot Jazz Combo on sizzling percussion and throbbing double bass. The towering blonde ex-Vegas showgirl turned nightclub chanteuse brings her laugh-out-loud-move-you-to-tears one woman West End smash-hit show to Wilton's Music Hall for the very first time.
Still wearing the sequins in which she left the Pink Pelican Casino in 1972, Hope will deliver her unique blend of finger snapping pop, romantic rhumbas, sassy bossa novas and smouldering torch songs. And between numbers she'll spill the beans with hysterical tales from her disastrous love-life and ‘Ritz to the pits’ fall from grace.
Hope is alter-ego of award winning composer, lyricist, pianist and comic actor Ty Jeffries (son of the late British screen legend Lionel Jeffries). Ty’s formative years living in Hollywood lend authenticity to his multi-layered, fully rounded portrayal of never-quite-made-it show business trouper Hope.
Broadway Baby ★★★★★
Fringe Review ★★★★★
Evening Standard London ★★★★
Time Out London ★★★★