Joe Black – Touch Of Evil: A Celebration Of Villainy In Song

Friday 25th May The Polo Lounge played host to the self proclaimed ‘cabaret reprobate’ Joe Black on the last date of the Touch of Evil: A Celebration of Villainy In Song Tour.

Accompanied by his long suffering sidekick Friedrich Hollandaise, Joe took us on a journey through the songs from the baddest villains in show business.

The duo’s repertoire ranged from the spectacularly performed ‘Poor Unfortunate Souls’ from the Little Mermaid, turning right at Phantom of the Opera and closing the show with the most heartbreaking rendition of George Formby’s ‘When I’m Cleaning Windows’.

This witty, camp cabaret duo are  not to be missed!

Special thanks to Glitter and Grind Review and The Polo Lounge for allowing us access to this fabulous show xx

Words by Gordon Penman

Images by Simon Crawford 

 

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