Venues will include the Prince of Wales Theatre's Delfont Room, the Sam Wanamaker Theatre at Shakespeare’s Globe, Wilton's Music Hall, Crazy Coqs, The Pheasantry, St. James Studio and Jermyn Street Theatre.
Kerry Ellis will appear in the Delfont Room May 7, with Jack Jones in his show Coming Home at the Pheasantry (April 28-May 3), Scott Alan appearing with Cynthia Erivo in the St. James Studio for Home Again (May 4-6) and with a range of guests in Everything Worth Holding On To at the St. James Theatre (May 3). Janie Dee will present her show Janie Dee and Friends at the Sam Wamanaker Theatre May 10. Anita Harris will appear at the Pheasantry May 10. Anne Reid and Stefan Bednarczyk will present Just In Time at Crazy Coqs April 28-May 2.
Other shows will include Caroline Sheen in Sondheim & So Forth at Jermyn Street Theatre (May 3), Barb Jungr in No Regrets at Crazy Coqs (May 3), Gary Williams and Harry The Piano in Sinatra Jukebox at Crazy Coqs (May 5-9) and Liz Robertson in a master class at St. James Theatre (May 11).
The London Festival of Cabaret is supported by the Noel Coward Foundation, The Irving Berlin Music Company, The Estate of P.G. Wodehouse, Robert J. Sherman, CEO MusicWorld (UK) Ltd, Stagescripts, Radisson Blu, HMF Solutions, NU NU distribution Ltd, Brodmann Acoustics and Quadral.
Patrons include Don Black OBE, Douglas Hodge, Maria Friedman, Michael Feinstein, Adam Guettel, Barb Jungr, Jason Robert Brown and Nicky Gayner. The artistic director for the festival is Neil Marcus, and the festival producers are Paul Tyrer and Jamie Clark for TBO Touring Ltd.
For full details and to book tickets, visit www.londonfestivalofcabaret.com.