An Evening Without Kate Bush

Now one of the biggest hits of the Edinburgh Fringe, AN EVENING WITHOUT KATE BUSH, opens its 1st UK tour including Thursday 14 October Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre.

Over a career spanning five decades, Kate Bush has always attracted loyal and devoted followers. This mind-blowing show celebrates their stories….
Sold-out critically acclaimed Edinburgh Fringe sensation ‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’ to tour the UK tour.

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“Sarah-Louise Young has crafted a sweet and, by the end, communal exploration of what it means to be a maverick, and to be the person who likes mavericks. Much more of this woman’s work, please.” 
The Times
Uber-fan or Kate Bush newbie? Join performer Sarah-Louise Young to howl with ‘The Hounds of Love’ and dance on the moors with ‘Wuthering Heights’. Kate’s not there, but you are…

Over a career spanning five decades, from releasing ‘Wuthering Heights’ at the age of 19 to selling out the Hammersmith Apollo nearly 40 years later, Kate Bush has always surprised and confounded her critics. Through it all, her fans have stayed strong. In this unique and mind-blowing show Young invites you to celebrate her ground-breaking music.

‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’ is from the makers of ‘Julie Madly Deeply.’ But completely different.

After its smash-hit sold-out Edinburgh run, critically acclaimed chaotic cabaret cult ‘An Evening Without Kate Bush’, made by Sarah-Louise Young and Russell Lucas,
opens its UK tour  at Cambridge Junction on Saturday 4 September, 2021.

★★★★★ “Sarah-Louise Young delivers a true masterpiece that only she (and potentially Kate Bush)  could pull off” Broadway Baby

★★★★★ “Sarah-Louise Young’s attention to detail and vocal styling is meticulous, but it’s her rapport with the audience that sets this show apart, reinventing the tribute act by turning it around and celebrating the fans too” The Stage

Best of Festival #1 Cabaret Pick  Edinburgh Evening News  

Sarah-Louise Young
Sarah-Louise is an actress, writer, director and internationally renowned cabaret performer. She has appeared in the West End with Julie Madly Deeply, Fascinating Aïda, La Soirée and Olivier winning improvised musical group, The Showstoppers. Named one of Time Out’s Top 10 Cabaret Acts and voted Best Musical Variety Act in the London Cabaret Awards, she has also been nominated for an Offie and awarded The Stage Award for Acting. As well as mainstream success on television and radio, she has toured extensively, both in the UK and internationally, including three invitations to the prestigious Adelaide Cabaret Festival and a New York run. She is one half of writing and performing duo, Roulston & Young with whom she is currently creating a new musical, ‘Maxa, The Most Assassinated Woman In The World’. She recently directed Mark Farrelly in ‘Jarman’ and Paulus in ‘Looking For Me Friend, The Music Of Victoria Wood’ and is working with Russell Lucas on his new solo show, ’The Bobby Kennedy Experience’.

Russell Lucas
Russell Lucas is a UK-based artist specialising in writing, devising, producing, acting and directing original work. His medium is predominately theatre, but he also curates online content that studies the journey of other theatremakers. Recent works include the book ‘300 Thoughts for Theatremakers’, ‘The Bobby Kennedy Experience’, ‘Warped’ at VAULT festival, The
American Season and ‘Julie Madly Deeply’ Twitter: @Russelucas

★★★★★“A brilliant dissection of the diva’s genius, Sarah-Louise Young wows with a tribute to a true one-off”  Attitude

★★★★★ “A masterclass” Musical Theatre Review
★★★★★ “This was one of the greatest hours of my life!” West End Wilma

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