International cabaret artiste Meow Meow returns to London this Christmas with a special performance at Royal Festival Hall.

Supported by London Philharmonic Orchestra, pianist Ben Dawson and conducted by Benjamin Northey, Meow Meow will delight audiences with a concert of cabaret and song from Grieg to Gershwin, Weill to Warren.

Meow Meow said

“After the delights of last year’s wild collaboration with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, I thought it would just seem rude not to create even MORE fully-orchestrated Christmas mayhem this year! It’s becoming a seasonal tradition of mine to rock the Royal Festival Hall to the rafters, with the most sublime orchestral musicians, for one amazing night of utter pandemonium with a festive twist.

Meow Meow More Pandemonium

 

More Pandemonium will celebrate an array of music from tangos by Astor Piazzolla, the smoky cabaret of Kurt Weill right through to Radiohead, Amanda Palmer and some festive favourites, bringing a little twist of untraditional seasonal cheer.

The performance continues Meow’s UK tour, which follows with performances in Manchester, Milton Keynes and a residency at Shakespeare’s Globe, where she will bring her heart-wrenching festive extravaganza to the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse.

Meow Meow More Pandemonium

In addition to her UK tour, Meow Meow will support Australian icon Barry Humphries in July next year when he returns with Weimar Cabaret at London’s Barbican Centre.

More Pandemonium will run on 4 December 2017 at Royal Festival Hall, London.