VIDEO: CD Release – Alexander S. Bermange’s ‘Wit & Whimsy’ @ Hippodrome

Launch at The Hippodrome 30th April.

WIT & WHIMSY – A new CD release.

Alexander S. Bermange has acquired a formidable following amongst millions of radio listeners through his many appearances performing his comic songs on BBC Radio 4 and the BBC World Service. Further writing credits for which he has achieved recognition include musicals and theatre productions that have been produced in the West End, around the UK and internationally.wit & whismy

Following his successful solo performances at the St James Theatre and the Pheasantry, Alexander will be joined on stage at the Hippodrome by a spectacular selection of special guests, including some of the 23 celebrities and West End stars who feature on the Wit & Whimsy album (Simon Bailey, Lucy May Barker, Ian Bartholomew, Gina Beck, David Bedella, Tracie Bennett, Sanne den Besten, Christopher Biggins, Richard Carson, Anna-Jane Casey, Phil Daniels, Cassidy Janson, Amy Lennox, Sam Lupton, Miriam Margolyes, Craig Mather, Laura Pitt-Pulford, Nigel Planer, Ben Richards, Lauren Samuels, Oliver Savile, Gemma Sutton and Emma Williams).

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The performance of WIT & WHIMSY, like the album, will comprise a generous selection of Alexander’s latest and greatest comedic musical creations. Some are portraits of crazy characters such as obsessive trainspotters, tone-deaf singers or would-be fairy-tale princesses; others are tongue-in-cheek celebrations of modern day technology, automated telephone answering systems, or the world of showbiz; others take the form of tales with twists or tongue-twisting lists. They all amuse and entertain in equal measure.

Further information about Alexander’s work, and video extracts of him in performance, can be found at www.bermange.co.uk. For the most up-to-date line-up of artists, please follow @Bermange.

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John Bowles
John Bowles, having started his career on Australian variety television at the age of ten, had notched up 300 hours of live national TV by the age of sixteen. As an adult he has gone on to star in many theatrical productions such as ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and ‘Cats’. He has produced, directed and written for television but admits his favourite role is as presenter, and he relishes the opportunity to talk to interesting show business people and tell their stories.