His dad was in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. He supped with Frank Sinatra, danced with Fred Astaire and modelled for Jean-Paul Gaultier. We speak to Ty Jeffries whose alter ego is back on the London stage next week.
"I have always said that I’d only go on Britain’s Got Talent if my act could involve a bomb belt." Ahead of his one-man show next month, we spoke to juggler extraordinaire Mat Ricardo about busking, Britain's Got Talent and Italian mama-sans.
Curated by Londonist favourites EastEnd Cabaret at the former Limelight Club in Shaftesbury Avenue in conjunction with professional squatters and itinerant arts group The Oubliette, the deliciously twisted duo present The Attic, three nights (28-30 December) of entertainment with something for everyone.
What happens when Bourgeois & Maurice, an alt-cabaret act that purports to dance like disequilibriated dromedaries, takes to the stage of one of the country's foremost dance venues? Matter, meet anti-matter and stand well back.