“…a brilliant example of how cabaret should be done.”

May 23, 2014 in Reviews

We’re having a great week at The Crazy Coqs with the Nat Cole show. You can click here to read Classical Source’s review of the show and here’s what Debra Craine from The Times said:”Gary was terrific. Lovely voice, yes, but a wonderful sense of humour too and he made everyone in the room feel special… It’s a brilliant example of how cabaret should be done.”

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  1. There is an intimacy about this venue where you could imagine being in your own home, totally relaxed and surrounded by like-minded devotees.
    The big difference is, of course, that Gary Williams is there – in person – who woos you from the moment he steps onto that stage until the last goodbye.

    Since bursting onto the cabaret scene some years ago – I first heard him at the Pizza on the Park in December 2009 and was instantly mesmerised – his heart is 100% behind it from beginning to end while his faultless phrasing never fails to impress.

    Even more, last night, throughout the performance, he gave us a fascinating insight into Nat King Cole’s life.
    At the piano, Matt Regan was an ideal partner showing great dexterity but deference at the same time.

    Can’t wait till the next one.

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