A bawdy, raucous mix of old-style music hall and risqué entertainment comes to Greenwich Theatre for one night only. Read More >
Kitty Kelly’s Original Music Hall comes to Greenwich Theatre for one night only. Featuring Colin Sell (BBC’s I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue) on piano and starring music hall legend and old-school dame Peter John plus others, the night promises to be a bawdy, raucous mix of old-style music hall and risqué entertainment.
Music hall? It’s like the best retro night rolled up with old-time burlesque and an East End knees-up all in one. With Colin Sell on piano, and music hall legend Peter John headlining (“legendary character performer” The Stage), it’s time for some old-school fun as Kitty Kelly’s Original Music Hall comes to Greenwich for one night only.
Described as “Vulgar places, full of risqué entertainment” by the V&A Museum, music hall had its heyday in the Victorian era, when they provided cheap, cheerful and raucous entertainment for the masses at theatres across London. Now, as music hall is slowly being rediscovered as an alternative good night out, it’s returning to Greenwich Theatre – itself built as a music hall back in 1855.