2010 – PRESENT
A wide selection of over three hundred songs, with comedy and anecdotes. Now in it’s tenth year, every Sunday night at Molly Moggs Cabaret Bar in London’s Soho.
1996 – 1998
A look-a-like sound-a-like show featuring the song and dance of Cliff Richard circa early 1990′s.
Songs included: Miss You Nights, Devil Woman, The Young Ones, Summer Holiday, We Don’t Talk Anymore, Some People, Dreamin’, Power To All Our Friends, Congratulations, Constantly, Wired For Sound, The Only Way Out, Mistletoe And Wine, Carrie, Hot Shot, Please Don’t Fall In Love, Daddy’s Home, Please Don’t Tease, Lucky Lips, Move It, Wind Me Up Let Me Go and On The Beach.
1996 – 1997
Jeff Kristian, Stephen ‘Alf’ Short
Double act impersonation show of multiple costume changes with actor and comedy performance genius Stephen Short. This revue is best remembered for it’s duets – as a bitchy Agnetha and Frida from ABBA, a wildly over the top Boney M and the larger than life Weather Girls.
Much of Jeff’s parts were taken from his Diva Show. Stephen’s memorable additions included: Bjork, Riverdance, Dame Margot Fontaine, Marlene Deitrich, Liza Minnelli, Norma Desmond, Lily Langtry… and Johnny Mathis!
1993 – 2001
The critically acclaimed Diva Show was a slapstick song and dance revue with multiple costumes. Every study was of a female singing superstar and the audience were encouraged to partake in the changes, which took place on stage.
Impersonations included: Tina Turner, Cher, Diana Ross, Dusty Springfield, Cilla Black, Dolly Parton, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Edith Piaf, Eartha Kitt, Petula Clark, Barbra Streisand, Frida and Agnetha from ABBA, Ethel Merman, Bette Midler, Billie Holiday, Shirley Bassey, Lulu, Shirley McLaine, Liza Minnelli, Doris Day, Madonna, Britney Spears, Kylie Minogue, Marlene Deitrich, Celine Dion, Deborah Harry, Kate Bush, Annie Lennox, Olivia Newton-John, the Weather Girls, Helen Shapiro and Julie Andrews with further tributes to Evita, Norma Desmond and Cruella De Ville.
A one man cabaret revue with song, dance and costume changes - including a nun, Dusty Springfield, Gary Glitter and The Queen. Limited bookings, mainly in the South of England and London.
Songs included: My Man, You Don’t Have To Say You Love Me and Hanky Panky.