Return Performance of Love For Sale

“Remove prostitutes from human affairs and you destroy everything with lust.“

Performed by Amelia Cormack
Written by James Millar
Musical Direction by John Rutledge

“Remove prostitutes from human affairs and you destroy everything with lust.“

After a successful sell out night at Madame JoJo’s in March and following 5 return sell out seasons in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, Amelia Cormack once again brings her cabaret show Love For Sale to the heart of Soho where it truly belongs. Created by Cormack and James Millar (The Hatpin and LoveBites Book and Lyrics) Love For Sale pulls together a delicious array of songs exploring the mystery and allure of ‘the oldest profession’. Fresh from London’s West End reprising the role she originated in Australia as Diva in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, this cabaret showcases Cormack’s talent as a performer and storyteller, intelligently combining crowd favourites with some unexpected twists…

Press on Love For Sale, London

‘Every phrase was well executed, both in terms of technique and dramatic effect. Her notes was clear and pure, and her vocal range impressive. In any case, I will automatically love anyone who can sing the word ‘slut’ as if she were performing in a Puccini opera.’

‘She ushered the song, and the show, to a triumphant climax in a spine-tingling mélange of colourful vocal gymnastics and loud, powerfully-sustained notes.’

‘Cormack’s undeniable musicality, great accompaniment (from the talented John Rutledge), intimate venue and sumptuous staging all made what could have been, in the wrong hands, just an average collection of songs into a raucous and thoroughly entertaining evening.’ A Younger Theatre

General Press on Amelia Cormack

Ali McGregor and Amelia Cormack make a deliciously plump and sexy double-act as Polly Peachum and Lucy Lockit.’ Charles Spencer, The Telegraph

Amelia Cormack’s Lucy sings [her] stripy socks off.’

‘Amelia Cormack’s brazen slut of a Lucy Lockit is great fun.’ The Stage

Love for Sale: Sunday 22nd April
Time: Doors 6:30pm, showtime 7:30pm
Tickets: £15

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