An evening with

Ann Hampton Callaway & Amanda McBroom

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Last Show: Saturday 16 th June 2018

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Back by popular demand-two of today’s most celebrated songwriting divas - jazz great Ann Hampton Callaway and cabaret star Amanda McBroom, accompanied by yet another great songwriter, Michele Brourman! Their new show is filled with great songs from sizzling to sultry, from classics to unforgettable originals- a must see !

"Amanda is probably one of the greatest night club performers of all time. Her lyrics are profound and express human emotions in glorious poetry. Her humour is so smart and she sings and acts it all brilliantly." Broadway World

“I once described the phenomenal Ann Hampton Callaway’s position in the tenuous world of girl singers as that of a silver Bentley in a parking lot full of secondhand Hondas. Watching her electrify a jaded audience in her current show, I now amend that opinion: She owns the whole damned block.” –Rex Reed, New York Observer

One of the most popular and well-loved artists, AMANDA McBROOM, is renowned for her magical blend of personal anecdotes, humour and songs by highly acclaimed songwriters as well as some of her own well-known, self-penned numbers including, of course, 'The Rose', which was an international hit for Bette Middler. McBroom's talent for witty, profound and emotionally charged songwriting sets her apart from her from her comtemporaries and makes this a residency not to be missed!

"Amanda McBroom's show is the real grown-up fare. A true cabaret original... Her own compositions, 'Errol Flynn' and 'The Rose', are bewitching, as is Michele Brourman's beautifully understated piano playing. Their residency... is simply unmissable." The Times

Gifted singer-songwriter and Tony Award-nominee ANN HAMPTON CALLAWAY is also an acclaimed actress, having won the Theatre World Award and received a Tony nomination for her starring role in the Broadway musical 'Swing' and made her Hollywood screen debut in Robert de Niro's 'The Good Shepherd'. She has written over 250 songs, including two Platinum Award winning hits for Barbra Streisand and the theme for the hit TV series The Nanny.

"For sheer vocal beauty, no contemporary singer matches Ms. Callaway." The New York Times

"Ms. Callaway is gifted with an amazing low voice, a miraculous level of musicianship, ears that can hear around corners, a gift for both arranging familiar standards and composing new ones, all of which works hand-in-hand with her sense of humour." The Wall Street Journal