Their NEW show OFF THE SCALE, will be available for touring from February 2014. Touring enquiries should be directed to 020 7401 3572.
"What sets ShooShooBaby apart is their musical wit and superb harmony... Tight, clever & totally enjoyable. A sheer delight!" Scotsman****
“A strong company which has plenty more to give" Stage
"There is no doubting the class that oozes out of this act, superb voices and harmonies, pithy repartee, together with their original arrangements make this a hot ticket for a slice of top cabaret" One4review, Edinburgh
ShooShooBaby have toured the UK extensively and have also been appreciated by audiences internationally. They have recorded jingles for the Cartoon Network including a new theme tune to Top Cat and both performers are commissioned composers. They premiered The Entire History of Cabaret at Edinburgh's prestigious Assembly Rooms. Directed by Steve Marmion, The show was awarded a coveted 4 stars from the Scotsman and received numerous excellent reviews from both the press and public alike. Their previous show Delicious has now been seen by audiences around the UK in theatres such as Guildford's Mill Theatre at the Yvonne Arnaud, the Epsom Playhouse, The Stables, Derby Assembly Rooms, RIverside Studios,Pizza on the Park and the Arts Theatre in London.
Off The Scale marks the duo’s coming of age, from youth to a reasonable level of immaturity. More ShooShoo, less Baby. Despite their growing love of home comforts, the ShooShoos haven’t skimped on their usual helpings of fresh arrangements of much-loved classics, outrageously flamboyant new costumes, riotous audience participation and water-tight harmonising. They have generously added to all of this with touching and witty original songs written from the perspective of a couple of wildcats looking back over their lives so far. Their own musings include their anthem to the beauty of middle age, Smeg, Bosch, Electrolux and a musical setting for the jewel in the Radio 4 crown, The Shipping Forecast.
Off The Scale previewed at the St. James Theatre, London and contains songs such as There’s No Business Like Show Business and All By Myself, with music by an eclectic cast of composers such as Verdi, Meatloaf, Irving Berlin, John Denver, Elvis Costello, Count Basie/Lambert, Hendricks & Ross and The Communards