Miss Hope Springs

8 Apr 2017 Music 16+ 7pm (doors open 6.15pm)
Miss Hope Springs
Tickets: £12 | £10 concessions
Members: £11 | £9 concessions


“Flawless...One of the most important cabaret creations of the decade' (Musical Theatre Review​)

'Mesmerising...Carefully scripted & beautifully delivered' (Broadway Baby)

'A stellar portayal of a jaded faded star...A repertoire to be reckoned with...Quite simply brilliant' (Fringe Review)

'Springs sings of big hopes and broken dreams...' The Times Critics Choice Top Pick

Playing the piano and singing her award winning repertoire of uniquely catchy original songs, ex-Vegas nightclub chanteuse Miss Hope Springs brings you her laugh-out-loud-move-you-to-tears one-woman show. Still wearing the sequins she left the Pink Pelican Casino with in 1972, and accompanied by her Hot Jazz Combo on throbbing double bass and sizzling percussion, Hope regales with hysterical tales from her ‘Ritz to the pits’ life.  You’ll hear her unique blend of finger snapping pop, romantic rhumbas and sassy bossa novas as she takes you on the rollercoasteer ride  'from the pits to the Ritz...and back again', captivates with tales of her disasterous love life and excruciating career choices and sings songs from her award winning 'repertoire to be reckoned with...The best songs that Bacharach, Porter and Legrand never wrote' (Fringe Review Outstanding Show).​

Miss Hope Springs is the towering blonde creation of composer, lyricist, pianist and comic actor Ty Jeffries (son of the late British screen legend Lionel Jeffries).  Ty’s formative years living in Tinsel Town lend authenticity to his multilayered portrayal of never-say-die show business trouper Hope.  Ty is a classically trained pianist (Purcell School) and since 2012, his glittering alter ego has been starring in London's West End top cabaret rooms.​

This is a show which has garnered praise from the public and critics alike. Will Hodgkinson of the Times ‘Springs sings of big hopes and broken dreams…Hit of the year'. Artists such as Marc Almond, ‘The songs are genius,’ and Julian Clary, ‘Tragi-comic genius,’ as well as winning Best Cabaret Brighton Fringe, Best Cabaret The Stage, and Best Musical Variety Act The London Cabaret Awards 2015 (shortlisted nominee).

Booking Details

Tickets: £12 | £10 concessions
Members: £11 | £9 concessions 

Performance time:
7.00pm (doors open 6.15pm)

Running time:
60 minutes

Suitable for 16+