“Andrew Pepper, a one off, daring to go further than you ever imagined a performer would”
– Musical Theatre Review




Cabaret supremeo
Andrew Pepper
might just have walked out of a Las Vegas showroom sometime in the 70s…

Or maybe off the stage of the Paris Olympia, circa 1962.

Maybe your great gran saw him on the stage of some Victorian music hall giving Dan Leno a run for his money.

Or maybe, if you were in America in the 30s and the rumours are true, you might have seen him on the Dust Bowl grasslands, preaching joy and sadness in some sweaty tent, whipping his crowds into a fevered frenzy.

Having said all that… he might just have walked out of the pages of a Roald Dahl novel.

Wherever he came from, he’s a one-off who has to be seen to be believed.

Well, luckily you can…

Presenting old school/new school/middle school cabaret extravaganzas for the London crowd and beyond, Pepper has a new MONTHLY RESIDENCY at the capital’s premiere cabaret venue…

The Crazy Coqs (Live at Zédel).



Recent shows have included songs written or originated by…

Adele, Todd Almond, Tom Baxter, Jeff Blumenktantz, Bertolt Brecht,  Jacques Brel, Leslie Bricusse, Kate Bush, Cher, Cy Coleman, Jamie Cullum, Dorothy Fields, Whitney Houston, Elton JohnJohn Kander & Fred Ebb, Madonna, Barry Manilow, Tim Minchin, Carmen Miranda, Edith Piaf, Dick Scanlan, James Shelton, Stephen Sondheim, Jule StyneJeanine Tesori, Kurt Weill & David Yazbek.


As an actor, Andrew Pepper has propped up stages all over the shop, from Frankfurt to Aberdeen.

He recently returned from Paris where he spent two months playing Hysterium in the (long overdue) French premiere of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, the debut production of the newly opened Lido2Paris.

Andrew began his career wreaking havoc on Cherry Tree Lane in the original West End production of Mary Poppins and has since played a scarecrow, a Restoration fop, an American assassin, the Grinch, a mad vegan, a mad professor and the Mad Hatter (twice). 

He’s played Shakespeare clowns, a singing landmine, and as a pantomime Dame he’s flirted his way into the hearts of the good people of Chipping Norton. 

He regularly works with children’s mentoring charity SCENE AND HEARD as as a director, dramaturg and actor. Whilst working with them as an actor, he’s played pretty much everything from a rainbow maxi-dress to a depressed posh toilet. He’s very versatile, doncha know!

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