Ian interviewed on Marlbank
Speaking on the phone from London earlier in the afternoon Ian Shaw was preparing to rehearse for his already sold out birthday show next month that falls on the singer’s 60th.
The “wonderful, brazen” actor Hadyn Gwynne (neatly cynical Alex Pates in the marvellous 1990s TV comedy series Drop the Dead Donkey), who is drawn to the music of Stephen Sondheim, had just confirmed as a guest....
An extra date due to popular demand. The legendary singer Madeline Bell talks to Ian about her life of music and collaboration, and performs songs that have marked six decades of her fabulous career. Crazy Coqs, Brasserie Zédel, Piccadilly.
Monday 6th June
Monday 27th June (sold out)
Celebrate the Easter Weekend with Ian and Claire in this intimate and close-up show of classic duets. Expect Motown, the Great American Songbook and singer-songwriter gems from these two old friends. “A musical pair matched in heaven”—Time Out.
Fri 15, Sat 16 and Sun 17 April at The Pheasantry, Pizza Express, Chelsea.
Join Ian for a dazzling night of music, stories and ace surprise guests from music, theatre, radio, comedy and TV. Kings Place, Thur 2nd June.
Ian Shaw, Iain Ballamy and Jamie Safir. A collaboration of three of the UK's leading jazz musicians in concert. 15th - 27th March.
Tour details: What's New Tour
Ian celebrates St Valentine with his solo show, Love is Here to Stay. Expect songs by Gershwin, Porter, Coward, David Bowie, Stevie Wonder and Joni Mitchell. Crazy Coqs at Brasserie Zédel, Piccadilly. Sunday, 20th February at 3pm.