Join viral star Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq., Barnsley’s finest; Scott Doonican and London piano virtuoso Tom Carradine for a simply splendid evening of songs and music to delight and entertain. These 3 dapper chaps will have you rolling in the aisles and singing along to music hall favourites, hilarious re-workings of contemporary classics and original (sometimes sweary) musings on modern life.
Thomas Benjamin Wild Esq. has been delivering his own brand of singalong, musical humour since 2016. The video for his sweary anthem ‘I’ve No More F***s To Give’ has been viewed over 14 million times on YouTube alone, and his debut album ‘Awkward Encounters While Walking My Dog’ reached number 3 in the Billboard Comedy Album Chart in 2019.
Thomas takes inspiration from the wit and wisdom of the songwriters of the early-mid 20th century and combines them with punk rock sensibilities to create pithy songs full of catchy tunes and social and political commentary that speak volumes about the times we live in.
As the charismatic frontman of the UK’s hardest-working comedy band, ‘The Bar-Steward Sons of Val Doonican’, Scott Doonican is a debonair and theatrical performer with superb hair and more style than you could shake a Milan catwalk at.
Into his third decade of bringing smiles and belly-laughs to audiences across the UK; from Barnsley to Barnstaple, from Glasgow to Glastonbury Festival, Scott continues to wow audiences with a fine selection of The Bar-Steward Sons’ greatest hits, including the likes of “The Lady In Greggs”, “How Deep Is Your Glove?”, “Nandos”, “Paint ’em Back”, and “If I Could Punch A Face… It’d Be Justin Bieber’s”.
A music hall and old time music aficionado, Tom Carradine decided he wanted to capture the flavour and atmosphere of a good old fashioned knees up, in the grand Cockney tradition, and recreate it for audiences young and old.
Since it’s launch in 2014, Carradine’s Cockney Sing-a-long has become a staple fixture on the UK’s thriving vintage scene, playing sell-out dates in the main auditorium at Wilton’s, and every Thursday at Mr Fogg’s Tavern in London.
During the coronavirus pandemic of 2020-21 Tom moved his weekly residency online and live streamed every Thursday for 65 weeks, entertaining viewers across the world and creating a lovely community of fans.