Speakeasy Cabaret

With Mary Carewe and Harry the Piano

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Last Show: Monday 13 th May 2019

The Pheasantry (Chelsea)

International singing sensation Mary Carewe and the inimitable Harry the Piano take a musical journey through the songs of the Prohibition era, the Great Depression and the dawn of Golden-Age Hollywood. This was the Roaring 20s and the Charleston, Jazz and the Blues were the hit sounds of the day. Songs by Cole Porter, George Gershwin, Irving Berlin, Kurt Weill, Jerome Kern and others including ‘Who’s Sorry Now?’ ‘Fascinating Rhythm’, ‘Get Happy’, ‘Blue Skies’, ‘Buddy Can You Spare A Dime?’, ‘Falling In Love Again’, ‘Mack The Knife’, ‘Love For Sale’, ‘I Wanna Be Loved By You’...

Mary and Harry have  performed in many of the world’s great venues: Carnegie Hall, New York, The Royal Albert Hall, London, in Royal Palaces and stately homes, European opera houses and intimate cabaret theatres. Both are well known for their engaging stage personalities, sense of fun and remarkable virtuosity. With Harry’s special interest in the music of the Jazz Era and Mary’s expertise in 1920s cabaret this will be a memorable evening of classic songs, beautifully interpreted by two artists at the top of their game.



Mary Carewe

"I was struck by Carewe’s capacity to live the song rather than merely sing the words, together with the even rarer ability of giving the impression that she is singing directly to you." — seenandheardinternational.com

Harry The Piano

“Harry is a national treasure.'” — Judi Herman, The Scotsman

“spellbinding....staggering virtuosity.” — Paul Golding, The Sunday Times