Seabright Productions have announced three popular shows returning to London for socially distanced audiences, to feature in a season at Wilton’s Music Hall.
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope, a glorious, truthful and uplifting celebration of a genuinely unique human being, multi award-winning cabaret-musical A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad) and acclaimed play Black Is The Color of My Voice starring Fringe First award winner Apphia Campbell, are to be presented together in a short season at Wilton’s Music Hall.
Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope, playing on 1st June 2021, is a truthful and uplifting celebration of a genuinely unique human being, and of the urgent necessity to be yourself. Written and performed by Mark Farrelly, and directed by the legendary Linda Marlowe, who also directed Farrelly’s show The Silence of Snow.
A Super Happy Story (About Feeling Super Sad), playing 3rd and 4th June 2021, follows award-winning, sell-out London and Edinburgh seasons, and prior to appearing off-Broadway, the acclaimed cabaret musical that explores how it’s OK to not be OK comes to Wilton’s for two nights only. Written by double Olivier award winner Jon Brittain (‘Baby Reindeer’; ‘Rotterdam’; ‘Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho’) with music by Matthew Floyd Jones (Frisky and Mannish).
Inspired by the life of Nina Simone, Apphia Campbell’s stunning solo performance Black Is The Color Of My Voice, plays 5th June 2021, and follows a successful jazz singer and civil rights activist seeking redemption after the untimely death of her father. She reflects on the journey that took her from a young piano prodigy destined for a life in the service of the church, to a renowned jazz vocalist at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement.