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Daniel Benisty

Time: 8pm
Room: Restaurant / Piano Bar
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Full dining options available during the performance.
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TYPE OF EVENT : Jazz, Latin, Variété Française, Popular, Soul, Swing, Italian, Classical

Singer-Pianist Daniel Benisty - a one-man jukebox - has a range of repertoire that includes The American Songbook, Brazilian Samba, Chanson Française, Cuban Bolero, Portuguese Fado, Britpop, Opera and Neopolitan Folk Song. Requests Welcome.

A multifaceted solo performer with a smooth vocal and floral piano style, Daniel Benisty has developed a unique international repertoire from his extensive travels, tours and residencies abroad. As a language graduate with an ensemble of influence from his multi-cultural heritage, Daniel explores the music and songs of all the Latin songbooks, as well as his native English to include also the popular Jazz repertoire of Cole Porter and the contemporary Piano Bar favourites of the likes of Elton John and Alicia Keys. With a 3000+ song repertoire, Daniel is always more than happy to take requests, so don't be shy.

West End Frenchies w/ Special Guests

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Time: 7pm
Room: The Jazz Club

£5 Entry

Only Bar Food will be served in the Jazz Club.

To dine from the á la carte menu before the show
Please call 020 7582 6800 or Book Online
Please allow 60-90 minutes for dinner reservations.

GENRES: Live Music, Musical Theatre, Comedy, LGBT+ Arts, Open Mic

”Voulez-vous sing with me tonight”

First Half - Concert

With Special Guests George Rae & Soophia Foroughi
in Life is a Caba-RAE: A Scot in London!


With Musical Director Matherson Bayley
& Co-Host Adam Benghiat & Leo Elso

George Rae

Most recently, George played Xanthias in the critically acclaimed UK premiere of Nathan Lane’s revised Broadway version of Sondheim’s The Frogs (Jermyn Street Theatre). West End/West End Tours include: Timon/Zazu in Disney's first UK/Ireland tour of The Lion King (George played Timon for Sir Tim Rice at the Irish premiere); Benjamin in Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (West End/UK national tour); Schlomo in Fame with Barbara Dickson; Rick in A Slice of Saturday Night with Norman Pace; Ko-Ko (u/s) in The Mikado (Carl Rosa USA/Canada tours).

Other performing credits: Mr Two/Shrdlu in Adding Machine (Finborough Theatre); Patsy in Spamalot (English Theatre Frankfurt); HMS Pinafore (The Old Vic - workshop); Narrator/Van Der Valt/Luigi in Sin & Salvation (Rialto Theatre, Brighton); TJ in Sister Act (Aberystwyth Arts Centre); Macduff in The Wallace (Finborough Theatre); Malcom in The Singing Teacher (workshop); David in Michael Strassen's Company (King's Head Theatre, London); Man 1 in I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change! (King's Head Theatre/Andrews Lane Theatre, Dublin). For Pitlochry Festival Theatre, notable repertory productions include: George Campbell in the world premiere of Whisky Galore – A Musical!, Dvornichek in Stoppard's Rough Crossing and Tim in Noises Off (Best Supporting Actor Award). George gained national critical acclaim and three best actor award nominations for his portrayal of Otto Kringelein in Grand Hotel (Southwark Playhouse). In January 2017, he was featured by Mark Shenton as one of The Best Leading Men in UK Musical Theatre (The Stage).

Soophia Foroughi

Training: London School of Musical Theatre.

Credits include: The Lady of the Lake, "Spamalot" (English Theatre, Frankfurt), Guest Vocalist, Russell Watson “Songs From the Heart” (UK Tour); Mona, “A Matter of Life and Death” (Citizens Theatre Glasgow); Rhoda, “White Christmas” (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Renee & 1st Cover Muriel, “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels” (UK Tour); Frau Zeller, “The Sound of Music” (Qatar); Guest Singer, “ERA” (Kremlin Palace, Moscow); Guest Vocalist, “Michael Ball Sings the Musicals” (Abu Dhabi); Guest Vocalist, “Michael Ball: Both Sides Now” (UK tour and DVD); Burelli Sister in “The Rat Pack, Live From Vegas” (Wyndhams Theatre); Magdalena, “Bernarda Alba” (Union Theatre).

Recording Credits include: “Pirates of the Caribbean - Dead Men Tell no Tales”, “The Great Wall”, “Alice Through the Looking Glass”, “The Great Gatsby”, “Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children”, “Kung Fu Panda 2”, “Twilight - Breaking Dawn”, “The Book of Life”, “Pirates of the Caribbean - On Stranger Tides” and “Madagascar - Europe's Most Wanted”.

Second Half - Open Mic

West End Frenchies is an effort to unite all
French speaking people working in the
musical theatre industry in London.

It is an information network aiming at helping
creative projects growing between Paris and London.
The ‘West End Frenchies’ open-mic is one of them.

Whether you are a student, performer, a writer, English, French,
simply a musical theatre lover or from the other side of the world.
Come join us for our monthly
‘Concert & Open Mic’ and enjoy the music!

Bring your own scores! The only rule: 100% musical theatre. The challenge of the night (for a free shot): if you are British, sing a part of your song in French. If you are French, sing a French song in English!

Register on our Facebook page to make sure you would be among the first to sing.