Miss Hope Springs, award winning cabaret starlet and ex-vegas showgirl, is set to bring her glitteringly hot one-woman show to the decadent surrounding that is Wilton’s Music hall this coming week for a sizzling limited run. You won’t want to miss it! She brings all the glam, romance and tragedy of a life spent in the shade of Hollywood’s sign and beneath the glowing neon of Vegas to her instalment in the iconic London location, claiming to still wear the sequins in which she last left the Pink Pelican Casino in 1972.
Miss Hope will smoulder on our London stage with a collection of her own autobiographical pieces laced with wit and humour, in the tell-all tale of her fall from grace, finessed with finger snapping pop numbers, romantic rhumbas, sassy bossa novas and smouldering torch songs, all performed by her live at her piano, and accompanied by her ‘Hot Jazz Combo’ on sizzling percussion and throbbing double bass.
That all said, it is no wonder that Miss Hope is the alter-ego creation of Ty Jeffries who spent his childhood dancing around the feet of Hollywood royalty like Fred Astaire and Shirley MacLaine, walking the catwalks in Milan and Paris as a teen and spending time on film sets with his father, actor and director Lionel Jeffries. Out of these experiences, Miss Hope Springs was birthed. Her shows have received rave reviews at top cabaret hotspots from London to New York, and now you can catch her on the 9th, 10th, and 11th of August.
Book your tickets direct through Wilton’s Music Hall, http://wiltons.org.uk/