Miss Hope Springs

Miss Hope Springs

Vegas to Weimar

Live at Zédel at Crazy Coqs, London, U.K., April 29, 2018

Reviewed by Helen Theophanous for Cabaret Scenes

Miss Hope Springs

Brimming with more catchy self-penned West End-quality showstoppers than you can shake a feather boa at, and conjuring up a kaleidoscope of characters from her days on the wrong side of the Berlin Wall in the fictitious back end of Das Kabarett Vaudelesque, a nightclub that had been instantaneously bisected by it, Miss Hope Springs relates her tragicomic tale with a brilliantly judged balance of broad humor and tender pathos.

One of London’s best-loved cabaret creations, Hope could quite possibly be the lovechild of Lucille Ball and Liberace and wins your heart immediately with her unique brand of glamour-coated vulnerability.

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She’s the celebrated creation of Mr. Ty Jeffries, who writes the music, lyrics, dialogue, and plays piano and sings in what has been described as “the voice of an angel…a fallen one!

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” This time we find Hope, as she puts it, “behind the Iron Curtain of the nineteen-six…I mean, seventies.”

Highlights? The hysterical “Marlene Stole My Act” and the haunting “My Friend the Moon.

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” The glamorous setting of London’s Live at Zédel complements the illusion perfectly, and the sold-out house was transported and whooped and applauded in appreciation.

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Vegas to Weimar plays Live at Zédel Sunday May 27 at 9.00 pm and transfers to London’s Wilton’s Music Hall July 10 and 11 at 7.30 pm.

Miss Hope Springs continues her residency (now in its 6th year) at Live at Zédel at Crazy Coqs in London’s Piccadilly with a new show starting June 14 at 7.00 pm and various dates each month up to the beginning of 2019.

For more information and tickets go to www.misshopesprings.com

Helen Theophanous

Helen Theophanous is half Greek/half Irish and studied music at Goldsmiths' and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has performed classical works and lead roles in musical theater. Following a career in Education Management, Helen studied jazz with Lea DeLaria and performs in major London venues, appearing regularly at Ronnie Scott's Bar with the resident trio with whom she made her album “Amici.” Her recent Bacharach show was launched at the Crazy Coqs, where Helen occasionally hosts the late night Open Mic. Clare Martin OBE said of Helen's voice “ ...stunning and classy ..with drama and presence...”

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