Born out of the late night, cider-fueled, sing-a-longs in the Nag's Head bar at Twinwood Vintage Music Festival in 2013 and 2014, Carradine's Cockney Sing-a-long was launched in the Mahogany Bar at Wilton's Music Hall in October 2014.

Tom Carradine, pianist with Champagne Charlie and the Bubbly Boys and regular accompanist on the London cabaret circuit, decided that 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 rapidly become a fixture on the UK’s thriving vintage scene and is now playing sell-out dates in the main auditorium at Wilton’s, monthly dates at Cahoots in London, Scallywag Cafe in Tunbridge Wells, Emporium in Brighton and for vintage events, corporate events and private parties across the country.

For more details on our forthcoming sing-a-longs take a look at our EVENTS page.

Previous clients and venues include:

Cahoots London, The 50+ Show @ Olympia, The Classic Car Boot Sale,

Late Night Library Club @ Sutton House, Shoreham Wordfest, Lloyds Bank, John Lewis, Royal British Legion, Kettner’s, Woolwich Equitable, George Payne Pub (Hove), Four Thieves (Clapham), Koha Restaurant (London) and numerous private parties and weddings.


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