You don’t need us to tell you that one of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic has been the arts, which is one of the reasons we’re thrilled that the fabulous new Cabaret Lounge at the Above The Stag Theatre in London’s Vauxhall – which managed to open last year for a full two weeks before being forced to close because of lockdown regulations – is roaring back later this month with a fantastic programme of entertainment.
And in a triumphant return to the capital after a lockdown spent on the south coast, Bad Girl and occasional OutNewsGlobal columnist Nicole Faraday will be taking to the stage on 25th June for a one night only performance of the show Nicole Faraday: My Life in Song.
Nicole commented, “After spending the pandemic performing over zoom this gig means the world to me as I will finally get to perform up close and personal with my audience with songs old and new and the theme of the show is “Nicole Faraday- My Life In Song” so expect a few anecdotes along the way.
“I will be accompanied by the inimitable Gus Glen on guitar and joined by special guest Beric Livingstone of HQ Trivia fame. I would be delighted to see fans and friends alike there for an evening of chilled guitar arrangements of my favourite songs.”
From the archive. Nicole sings Autumn Leaves in the style of Eva Cassidy.
For tickets to see Nicole Above The Stag, click here.
Read Rob Harkavy’s 2019 review of Bad Girls: The Musical here.