Platform 4

In association with Shades of Soul Ltd

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Last Show: Saturday 2 nd December 2023

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

Platform 4 goes from strength to strength continuing to highlight some of the most promising up and coming vocalists. In its ninth year it returns  with 3 more wonderful singers each with their own beautiful renditions of some of the best musical  compositions. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to see 3 highly talented artists hosted by our regular host Linley Weir and her talented musicians.

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"Softly as in a morning sunrise’, captures the listener immediately: the beautifully understated ‘Desires’ is sung with hushed intimacy. It absolutely left me wanting more.”


Caroline Bernstein

Caroline is known as a comedy actress, voice over artist, impressionist and cabaret performer. For nine years, she appeared as Mabel (with the huge binoculars) in the renowned Aunt Bessie TV ads! She was also known for her character appearances in the hidden camera show TV’s Beadle’s About. Over the years, Caroline has worked in numerous venues as a stand-up impressionist, having received several comedy awards in Vegas and Florida for her performances as Sharon Osbourne! Her musical experiences have seen her appearing in the West End, Manchester and Liverpool, touring the country performing in old time music hall, singing opera, comedy and jazz. She has loved all these wonderful experiences and is now working on her latest character portrayal  of Queen Camilla!!
Her musical influences are varied and include Peggy Lee, Ella Fitzgerald, Bacharach, Sondheim, Joni Mitchell and all things Motown! 

Angie Tabbiner

Introducing ‘Angie Tabs’, a Jazz sensation with a heartwarming story. With over three decades as a sought-after vocalist, she’s graced stages from Birmingham’s music scene to prestigious London venues, weaving her soulful voice into 80s Soul, Reggae, Gospel, and Jazz bands. A songwriter of deep compassion, she uplifts, soothes, and inspires through her therapeutic and mesmerising voice. Prior to an MS diagnosis in 2015, she gained a degree in Music Technology at Kingston University, excelling in Jazz Studies, which showcases her dedication to the art. Supported by Help Musicians, she is eager to gently reignite her career. Join her at ‘The Pheasantry’ for an unforgettable return to the stage. 

Mark Foxhall

Mark has played as a sidesman for over 35 years. He and his jazz trio have supported Paul Carrack, Lianne la Havas. As a bass player he has played with jazz funk outfit Slinky Machine, Mungo Jerry, The New Seekers, DJ Yoda, Italian band funk band Rey.  He now lives near Lyme Regis with his wife two daughters and Great Danes. He plays bass with many Jazz units and has only just started to sing again, having lost his voice in his early 30s.  Mark is excited to be performing at the Pheasantry.