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Tuesday, June 25

Clarke Peters Songs I Love To Sing at Pheasantry

The fabulous Clarke Peters will be appearing at The Pheasantry on the Kings Road for four nights from July 8th-11th performing "Songs I Love To Sing".

One of his first stage credits was for the West End production Bubbling Brown Sugar in 1977 followed by Blues In The Night, Witches of Eastwick, & Chess.  I first saw him in 1990 in the fabulous production  Five Guys Named Mo which he  wroteand appeared in both in the UK and on Broadway (earning him an Olivier Award and Tony Award nomination for Best Book of a Musical) . Peters also appeared on Broadway in The Iceman Cometh and as lawyer Billy Flynn in the revival of Chicago in 2000/2003. 

In the West End he played Porgy in the Gershwins’ Porgy and Bess (2006), for which he also earned an Olivier Award Best Actor In A Musical Nomination, and in 2011 Peters played the title role in Shakespeare’s Othello at the Sheffield Crucible opposite his Wire co-star Dominic West.

Film and TV credits include Det. Lester Freamon The Wire (2002-08): Damages (2009) alongside Glenn Close: The Corner: Treme:  Holby City and Doctor Who.  Other work includes Marley & Me (2008): Nelson Mandala in Endgame: Nativity: Spike Lee’s Red Hook Summer: Person of Interest with Jim Caviezel and he is appearing in Race: a new David Mamet play at  Hampstead Theatre plus  Shooting the Bio Pic of Marvin Gaye.

Show Time 8:30pm / Doors Open 7:00pm / Price: £30.00 per person

Tickets at: www.pizzaexpresslive.com

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