Joe Stilgoe | 100 Years Of Theatre

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Saturday 12th November | Doors 7pm | Show Starts 8pm | Cabaret Seating

Joe and his incredible band bring to life his new hit album THEATRE, which celebrates the great music of theatre from Kurt Weill  to Cole Porter, Rodgers & Hammerstein to Hamilton, Lerner & Lowe to Pasek & Paul, and everything inbetween.

Featuring stunning rearrangements of classics, with all the drama, tension, heartache and heartbreak of the greatest music from theatre over the last century alongside Joe’s original songs, which are now close to achieving the status of modern standards.

Joe is a romantic, so expect love songs and swoonsome harmonies, but also wordplay, swordplay, virtuosic musicianship,
fizzing interaction with the audience and the kind of spontaneity that will leave you whistling songs you didn’t even think you knew. There will even be a world record attempt to play the the most musicals in 5 minutes. A glorious, swirling show full of joy, music, laughter and love - a tribute to theatre and the best night out you can have sitting down.

He writes the songs, sings them, plays them and creates the arrangements – all with a panache that leaves the rest of us bug-eyed...The Observer

A very British Harry Connick JrThe Sunday Times

A jazz pianist and songwriter of considerable talent and no less charmThe Guardian

"Sheer joy" The Scotsman

A truly remarkable singer songwriter, not to mention outstanding piano player...I thank you for creating that most exciting of moments when, as a lover of good music, you know you have seen and heard something remarkable.” Sir Michael Parkinson

"Gorgeous playing, amazing voice, great tunes. Sigh.” Tim Minchin

"If ever a young man was destined for great things, it’s Joe Stilgoe.Don Black

Tickets: £20 

Please note that online sales will close at 6pm on the day of the show. If you wish to purchase tickets after this time then you will need to do so at the theatre Box Office.


Event Details

Starts on:12/11/2022 20:00
Location:Astor Theatre, Deal


£ 20.00