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The Girls from OZ

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Door: 8.30pm
Show: 9.30pm
Room: The Jazz Club
View Room

£15 On the Door
Online Tickets from £10

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.



TYPE OF EVENT : Cabaret, Jazz, Musical, Rock, Eclectic

Full of Sass and armed with Killer harmonies!…

Pining for the Southern Cross? The Girls From Oz are the most dinky-die singing Sheila's this side of the black stump. With their cheeky banter, The Girls From Oz put their unique vintage spin on songs by Aussie legends such as Kylie, Men At Work, Slim Dusty and Vegemite!

"There isn’t anything lacking between the girls on stage or their connection with the audience. A great performance all around, the night is filled with gorgeous tunes and a lot of laughs"
West End Wilma

"A touch of actor-musicianship added some extra spice to an already hot performance – quite how this is achieved would be revealing too much. It’s a clichéd saying these days, but this is a vocal harmony group that could read the phone book (do they still exist?) and make it sound beautiful. An uplifting night out."
London Theatre 1

Their vintage-style shows are made with love and follow our special recipe! Begin with a large scoop of glamour, throw in a diverse repertoire of classic Aussie songs, stir in some sensual jazz, toe-tapping tunes, lyrical loveliness and juicy, close harmonies, then garnish with some cheeky Australian banter and you have The Girls from OZ.

Kara Lane - Vocals
Sally White - Vocals
Ashleigh Fleming - Vocals
Karen Newby - Vocals / Piano
David Colvin - Guest Bagpipe Player

The Girls From Oz Group formed in January this year and since then they have entertained at some of London’s most prestigious cabaret venues including The Crazy Coqs (Live at Zédel), Proud Cabaret and The Other Palace. They had the honour of performing their show at the Anzac Day gala dinner at Australia House in April as well as at numerous events and festivals around London & Europe including the Australia Day Craft Beer festival and the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August.

Individually, the girls have performed at jazz venues and theatres all over the world, including London’s West End. Between them they have played such roles as Christine in Phantom of the Opera, Mrs. Banks in Mary Poppins, Nancy in Oliver, Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Eva Peron in Evita and Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar.





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