If you want to create and perform your own amazing cabaret show, you’ve found the right place. I recorded a bunch of interviews with brilliant people covering how to structure a show, choose songs, talk to an audience, deal with lights and sound, what cruise lines want and more. You can listen to them for free right here.
How to be a Guest Entertainer by Royal Caribbean's Director of Entertainment, Ken Rush
If you'd like to entertain on the world's largest cruise ships, here's some invaluable insider information from one of Royal Caribbean's senior Cruise Directors. We discuss the kinds of acts who work best on ships, why it's not enough to be a great singer, how to won over non English speaking audiences, how long the show should be, socialising with guests onboard, why it's important to have good billing, whether you should make friends with the Cruise Director, how ratings work and whether standing ovations really matter or not.
Cabaret Coaching with Marcus Reeves and “Between the Songs”
Marcus Reeves is the founder of cabaret coaching services Web Coach London and Between the Songs. In this quick interview recorded at last year's London Cabaret Convention we discuss his latest support initiative 'Between the Songs'.
How to talk to an audience with confidence by Kai Hoffman
When she's not singing Kai Hoffman she spends her time teaching stagecraft and helping other performers reach their potential. In this Podcast she tells all.
From Production Singer to Solo Act by Artistic Director Lisa Cottrell
As Artistic Director for Belinda King Productions, Lisa Cottrell is responsible for the whole process of creating and presenting shows from beginning to end. In this great interview she shares her expertise.
Making sense of social media with George Brumme
Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, Snapchat... what's the point? Is it
worth spending hours updating and amended these sites? George Brummer is a
social media expert who tells us how to make social media work for us.
A Singer's Guide to Telling Jokes with Tom O'Connor
If you're a singer who wants to add a little humour to your set don't try
and become a comedian. Instead listen to advice from top comic Tom