Nicky Gayner’s Musical Memories

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

This is not just a cabaret - It is a story of life, told through the universal language of music. An ode to the soundtrack of life. Join us for an unforgettable evening as Nicky Gayner and her Musical Director, Tom Wakeley, take you on a melodic stroll down memory lane. From the innocent echos of childhood to the reflections of coming of age , “Nicky Gayner’s Musical Memories” weaves a tapestry of moments that have shaped a lifetime. Laugh, reminisce, and perhaps shed a nostalgic tear as Nicky brings to life the school run anthems, teenage ballads and soulful tunes of reflection. Connect with the songs that were handed down and those we pass on. The inherited melodies that become the soundtrack to our own journeys. 


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Nicky Gayner is a London based, International cabaret singer and actor. This is the fourth show she has brought to The Pheasantry. Having sold out her pervious shows, she thinks of The Pheasantry as her cabaret home and can not wait to share her new show with you. 

Nicky is thrilled to have accompanying her Tom Wakeley, The Singing Whisperer. Tom is passionate about the human voice and loves to play cabaret with people called Nicky. For many years he was Nicky Haslam’s Musical Director and now is excited to be working with Nicky Gayner! His music making has taken him through many years and many shows in the West End. He’s also the Vocal Coach at RADA and is writing a new musical titled “Cautionary Tales”.

Praise for previous shows:

"Gayner is a striking presence on stage. She has a willingness to share herself with an audience in a way that is funny, touching and truthful." CABARET SCENES

"A beautifully put together intimate cabaret. Hooray for Nicky Gayner." MARK SHENTON, THE STAGE 

"Really intelligent songs, thoughtfully put together with massive heart and charm and yet a very light touch. She has a lovely voice, and I have no hesitation in recommending it hugely." DILLIE KEANE of FASCINATING AÏDA.