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There’s Nothin’ Like a Dame – Cadogan Hall, London

Musical Director: Adam Hoskins Reviewer: Scott Matthewman This one-off concert was, as emcee Lucy Dreaver reminded us on more than one occasion, a celebration of one hundred years of women in musical theatre. The reasoning for the rounding to an exact century is not clear – there’s certainly nothing in the 1918 musical calendar of particular note, unless one wishes ...

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Kirstin Chávez: A World of Love – Cadogan Hall, London

Musical Director:Paolo André Gualdi Reviewer: Karl O’Doherty It’s going to be difficult to describe an evening with this singer, this force, without resorting to the language of an overexcited local restaurant reviewer. Adjectives like sensual, luxurious, enveloping, spring up but really, should be put back in their place. La Chávez in person is pretty powerful, though, it’s easy to see ...

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Richard and Adam in Concert – Cadogan Hall, London

Reviewer: Cavelle Leigh Richard and Adam are the two young lads who won the nation’s hearts, having just missed the final of Britain’s Got Talent only last year. Hailing from the small Welsh community of Holywell, the brothers have catapulted from working in a humble sandwich shop, to securing a million dollar deal with Sony. Following a successful debut album, ...

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