For one week only this autumn, the cabaret bar is voyaging across the pond, so British musical theatre lovers will get a chance to sample a slice of off, off, off-Broadway life. The original Marie's Crisis is deeply rooted in New York's LGBTQ+ community, so it's fitting that the pop-up is setting up shop in London’s oldest LGBTQ+ venue: Marylebone gay pub City of Quebec.
Singing pianists Kenney M. Green and Adam Michael Tilford from the original bar are making the leap from New York to run the five night pop-up, accompanied by singers and Marie's Crisis regulars Randy Taylor and Jennifer Pace. No tickets required, just turn up ready to gather round a piano and belt out your favourite musical hits.
|What||Marie's Crisis London: New York's legendary show tunes bar comes to town|
|Where||City of Quebec, 12 Old Quebec Street, Marylebone, London, W1H 7AF | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Marble Arch (underground)|
30 Oct 18 – 03 Nov 18, 12:00 AM
|Website||Click here for more information|