jack bartholet: cabaret 

Thursday, June 27th 9:30 PM at Pangea. Part of their first annual Pride festival: Tickets

Gerry Geddes of the Bistro Awards calls Lady with a Song “a remarkable show”. Full review here

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Jack Bartholet has made peace with his inability to save the world with his new cabaret Lady with a Song, but he’s still gonna try, dammit! Through a sense of dream logic, Jack jumps from existential crisis to rage and war whilst playing a bit of dress up. Bartholet uses his creamy tenor to say bye-bye to toxic masculinity and violence in an evening of wide-ranging, heartfelt tunes. From Weimar Cabaret songs to Lizzo and takeaways from a Spotify search spiral during an isolated artist residency. For sixty minutes, call him a Lady while glitter grenades of love get launched.

Sunday 2 April 2017 Jack will be performing a solo show at London's The Phoenix Artist Club with Musical Director Dean Austin

October 2015-August 2016

"The fact that Jack Bartholet has a big, flamboyant, impressive-sounding voice became evident a mere measure or two into “Nature Boy” (eden ahbez), the first number of his recent Duplex show, “Two Drink Minimum.” The young singer let loose with a battery of rafters-shaking high-tenor notes, delivered with theatrical flourishes. He is a born belter—no doubt about that."  --Mark Dundas Wood (Bistro Awards)

"The fact that Jack Bartholet has a big, flamboyant, impressive-sounding voice became evident a mere measure or two into “Nature Boy” (eden ahbez), the first number of his recent Duplex show, “Two Drink Minimum.” The young singer let loose with a battery of rafters-shaking high-tenor notes, delivered with theatrical flourishes. He is a born belter—no doubt about that."

--Mark Dundas Wood (Bistro Awards)