Miss Hope Springs at the Wigmore Hall

The eternally youthful Miss Hope Springs, will make her debut at London’s Wigmore Hall, with THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT on Friday 16th June 2017, followed by a UK tour.

Miss Hope Springs at the Wigmore Hall London Theatre Breaks
Miss Hope Springs and Joan Crawford

Flush with the whirlwind of overnight success, only decades after she started her career, the towering blonde ex-Vegas never-say-die show-business trouper Hope brings to the stage a pantechnicon of career wrong turnings and disastrous love affairs.

A truly gifted songwriter and captivating performer, Hope will be playing the piano and singing her self-penned all original songs from her brand new LP The Devil Made Me Do It.

In a virtuoso performance Hope heartbreakingly moves her audience to tears and then exquisitely makes them laugh out loud revealing the truth of her ‘Ritz to the pits’ life.

Hope is cut from the same fabulous sequinned cloth as Dame Edna, Lilly Savage and Danny La Rue, but she responds dismissively “That’s simply a bitchy rumour put about by Goldie Hawn.  She’s a nice girl – but can be a little jealous… Listen, I’ve always been tall for my height – end of story!

Still wearing the sequins she left the USA with in 1972, Hope tours her remarkable new show to very selective venues around the UK from June.


London dates include:

  • Wigmore Hall – Friday 16th June, 10.00 pm
    Phone: 020 7935 2141. Tickets: £15 Website: wigmore-hall.org.uk
  • Wilton’s Music Hall – Wednesday 12th and Thursday 13th July, 7.00pm
    Phone: 020 7702 2789. Tickets: from £20.Website: www.wiltons.org.uk

UK Dates:

  • Chapel Arts, Bath – Thursday 23rd and Friday 24th June, 8.00pm
  • Astor Theatre, Deal – Saturday 8th July, 8.00pm 
  • The Stables, Milton Keynes – Friday 14th July, 8.45pm
  • Komedia, Brighton – Friday 21st and Saturday 22nd July, 8.00pm

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Simon Harding has grown up in and around London's Theatreland and has been working here ever since he left school: promoting its shows to anyone who will listen!

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