Delea Shand

classical singer, music educator, writer, comedian, actor

Mar
30
8:00 PM20:00

Putney Comedy

For all of those south of the river fans of Madame Chandelier… here’s the night you’ve been waiting for. With pro acts and who knows what else might turn up at this place. Definitely come check it out.

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Feb
2
8:00 PM20:00

The Roughest Rough Guide Ever (WIP)

Holy cow, what? You’re doing a 30 min preview show? But you barely even have 30 minutes of material! I know! That’s why I’m doing this show. To see how it’s all fitting together. Or if any of it fits together. Or if I have to start all over again. Or if that sparkly cape I made actually works. Or the wig changes. What? Yes. This is all happening. And it’s part of SpeakEasy Cabaret on Feb 2.

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Jan
22
8:00 PM20:00

GGK Passions -- Musicals!

Comedian Gary G Knightly runs a series of nights about his random and eclectic passions, and comedians have to come up with material that, at least tenuously, relates to the theme. Which is why MUSICALS is perfect for this show. Cause, like, opera is like musicals. Or something. Anyway, I bet it will be super fun.

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Nov
17
7:30 PM19:30

World Kindness Day Fundraiser

So excited to be part of this massive fundraising event!

London's community of photographers and photo lovers are joining together in a kindness surge to raise money for the life-changing charity, Childhood First

It's where World Kindness Day and East London Photomonth collide in an event of photography, comedy and music.

Tickets are £45 and all ticket holders will go home with a donated print. Which print will you get? There'll be work from some incredible artists, including three Magnum photographers, as well as other award-winning photographers and local talent.

Entertainment to be compared by the inimitable Logan Murray, with music by We Used to Make Things and some opera comedy by ME!

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Nov
5
8:00 PM20:00

Lewis Schaffer's Comedy Night

Tonight I’m going to try something different for a change. Tonight I’m going to leave my trusty accordion at home. Tonight I’m going to tell some jokes. Lewis Schaffer told me never to come back with my accordion and most people might have given up. But I’m going back.

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