Spend an evening with Kerry Ellis and Europe's best cabaret stars in Proud Embankment's showstopper 'Cabaret All Stars'. PROUD Embankment proudly presents its newest, hottest show. Cabaret All Stars is a Vegas style show introduced to London's West End by the West End's Leading Lady, Kerry Ellis. With performances embodying the spirit of the swinging sixties & sexy seventies, we give you an experience of a lifetime. Enjoy world-class jazz musicians and on-stage bands, award-winning acrobats, fire breathers and burlesque beauties. Be prepared to be amazed. This is an unforgettable night out.
Guests are also treated to a delicious three-course menu with welcome cocktail while enjoying the spectacle. Drinks on offer throughout the night include a prohibition-era inspired cocktail menu to match the glamorous Gatsby-esque venue.
Please click here to see the menu.
Read our exclusive interview with Kerry Ellis here.
The appearance of any performer is subject to change and may be affected by contracts, holiday, illness, or events beyond the producers' control. If in doubt, please check with the Box Office before booking.
KERRY ELLIS BIO:
Kerry Ellis has fast become recognised as the leading lady of West End musicals from her starring roles in London and on Broadway. She has also achieved chart-topping success as a recording artist signed to Universal Decca with her debut album Anthems.
Kerry originated the role of Meat, in Queen’s We Will Rock You and was the first British Elphaba in the West End smash, Wicked, for which Kerry won the 2008 Whatsonstage.com Award for ‘Best Takeover in a Role’. She then immediately transferred to Broadway and played Elphaba at the Gershwin Theatre for 6 months, where she won the Broadway.com Audience Award for Favourite Female Breakthrough Performance, before returning to London for 6 months in 2009.
Her many other leading role credits include Nancy in Oliver! at Drury lane, Eliza Doolittle My Fair Lady, Ellen in Miss Saigon and Fantine in Les Miserables.
Kerry’s first major CD release was the amazing Wicked in Rock, a collaboration with long-time friend and Queen guitarist, Brian May. This led to her being signed to Universal as a solo recording artist and her debut album Anthems was released in 2010 on Decca Records.
The success of the album, which reached No.15 in the UK album chart, and No.10 in the UK pop club charts (for Defying Gravity), led to a major tour Anthems: The Concert throughout 2011, which kicked off at the Royal Albert Hall. She has performed internationally promoting the album, including performances at the Royal Variety Performance, at the Laurence Olivier Awards, duetting with Barry Manilow on BBC Television and Radio, at G.A.Y., on Loose Women, Alan Titchmarsh Show, BBC Breakfast, at the Henley Festival alongside John Barrowman, the Queen’s Jubilee Concert at Buckingham Palace, continuing to a run of An Audience With Kerry Ellis at the Shaw Theatre.
ALEX PROUD BIO:
Alex Proud is a gallery, club owner and British entrepreneur.
Following an apprenticeship with a Japanese art dealer in London he opened his first gallery in 1994 selling rare Japanese prints.
In 1998 he founded Proud Galleries, now respected as one of Europe’s leading photographic galleries, he has expanded the business to encompass cabaret and club entertainment venues in London and Brighton and built a company with a turnover of £10 million.
With photographer Rankin, Proud co-founded the photographic art book publishers Vision On, launching with Rankin’s books Nudes, Snog and CeleBritation, Audrey Hepburn by Bob Willoughby, and over 100 other titles.
Proud has been invited to judge several photography competitions including the Nikon Press Awards and The Observer Hodge Awards and in 2008 Proud co-founded the Sony World Photography Award.
Since 2013, Proud featured as a returning dealer on the Channel 4 series Four Rooms, wherein entrepreneurs and businessmen & women are pitched collectibles from independents.
Occasionally operating as a columnist and commentator, Proud has written for various publications including NW Resident Magazine, The Daily Telegraph and the London Evening Standard.
- Seat Selection Info
Please select the adequate table according to the number of tickets selected.
8 Victoria Embankment, London, WC2R 2AB
Additional Details & FAQ
- Cancellation Policy
No refunds after booking.
KEEPING OUR CUSTOMERS SAFE:
In a recent BBC News interview Mr Proud outlined how well prepared and experienced the Hospitality sector is in dealing with in-venue health and hygiene.
“We have the highest standard of filtration systems, exceptional cleanliness and hygiene measures and have put in place industry standard measures adhering to social distancing guidelines across all our venues to ensure customer safety. “
Proud noted that across all venues he has installed a new remote ordering app for cashless payments to reduce client-server interactions and will be offering customers at its flagship venue Proud Embankment the option to sit in separate, private booths. Proud Embankment’s vast, spacious interior is uniquely able to offer maximum distance between tables and diners, with contactless hand sanitiser stations around the venue, single direction signage, single use menus and disposable napkins, and sealed cloakroom boxes for customer’s personal items. The Proud Group aims to offer its audience an environment as clean and as safe as their own homes.
“At Proud we take our customer’s safety as seriously as we take our entertainment” says Proud, “And we take our entertainment very seriously indeed. We are the best in the world at what we do. Trust us to get this right.”
- How Does It Work
You will receive a confirmation email with your voucher attached. Please show your voucher on your phone, or print this ticket, to gain entry to the event. The voucher will be checked and/or scanned upon entry.
- What's Included
Guests are treated to a delicious three-course menu with welcome cocktail while enjoying the spectacle. Drinks on offer throughout the night include a prohibition-era inspired cocktail menu to match the glamorous Gatsby-esque venue.
Please click here to see the menu.
- Where Do I Go
8 Victoria Embankment (Under Waterloo Bridge – North Bank), London, WC2R 2AB