Monday, 3 May 2010

Meow Meow. Soho Theatre.

I really didn't know what to expect when I booked tickets to see Meow Meow, but she was on at Soho Theatre in the Lorenz Auditorium so was reassured that it would be good.

Meow Meow is a cabaret/character act (a slightly down and out singer/performer). She has a wonderful husky voice, but felt she did the same thing over and over during the hour and a half long show. Her accompanying pianist was rather wonderful; he looked like a middle aged university lecturer from the 70s.

There were a group of people sitting up on the balcony that didn't stop talking. The audience applauded when they walked out about 3/4 of the way through. Meow Meow did a lot of singing in the audience and at one point she was felt up by a group of 3 friends. Oh my!

A thought.

I've never seen Tim Key take the microphone out of the stand and use it. He always, always, always uses the stand. This is in no way a criticism, just a thought.

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