Andrea Marcovicci & Maude Maggart

'Together Again'

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Last Show: Saturday 21 st October 2023

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

An effervescent cabaret mixing rarely heard gems and cherished standards. Playing to packed crowds stateside, in New York and Los Angeles, these fast friends entertain with tenderness and frivolity. It's Andrea and Maude at their unbridled best! In celebration of their long friendship, accompanied by award-winning pianist, Gerald Sternbach, all three are pleased to return to London, as the two stars share uproarious stories alongside duets and solos with music ranging from Craig Carnelia to Cole Porter.

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Andrea Marcovicci, “an irresistibly captivating presence.” Maude Maggart, “enchanting … an extremely seductive perfume.”

The New York Times

Debuting at the legendary New York club, Don’t Tell Mama, and reprised at The Gardenia in Hollywood, California later that same year, this madcap must-see was greeted with cheering crowds and an outpouring of affection.

These critically acclaimed performers have appeared in London in solo shows and across the pond in San Francisco, Chicago, St. Louis, Miami, and many more.

Eclectic, Electric, Effervescent, and Evocative! A MAGICAL EVENING that you don’t want to miss!

Andrea Marcovicci

Andrea Marcovicci, on television and film, has laughed with Danny DeVito, tussled with Sir Michael Caine, smooched with Tom Selleck, and received a Golden Globe nomination for her film debut in Martin Ritt's "The Front." She’s played Broadway, sold out Carnegie Hall, and ushered in the millennium with the Chicago Symphony and appeared internationally at The Liceu Opera House, Barcelona, Pizza-On-The-Park and the Jermyn Street Theatre, London, and the Bois de Boulogne in Paris. She's created over forty cabaret shows, and many full-cast variety shows. Andrea holds the record – an unprecedented 25 seasons – at New York’s legendary Oak Room of the Algonquin Hotel, and was the final performer ever to grace that stage. Andrea has several MAC and BISTRO awards and can be heard on over forty recordings.

Maude Maggart 

Gerald Sternbach has accompanied and/or arranged for Carol Burnett, Jennifer Hudson, Josh Groban, Sarah Brightman, Adam Lambert, John Lithgow, and Marilyn Horne. Other highlights include HBO’s “Wishful Drinking” (Carrie Fisher) and “One Night Only with Mel Brooks,” (which also played at The Prince of Wales Theatre.) With the Los Angeles Philharmonic, Gerald was the pianist for “Sondheim’s 75th Birthday--The Concert” at the Hollywood Bowl. He is a three-time Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle winner. Associate Conductor - on Broadway: “Seven Brides For Seven Brothers,” “Merlin,” “The Tap Dance Kid” plus USA National Tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Song and Dance” starring Melissa Manchester. As a songwriter/composer he’s contributed to several shows including the award-winning “Witnesses,” based upon diaries of teenagers from the Holocaust, slated for productions in 2023/2024.