Summer Visitors

Stefan and Friends

4 July -
8 July 2023


“All the world seems in tune on a spring afternoon. When we’re poisoning pigeons in the park”

Join ‘The King of Cabaret’ and his friends for six nights of spectacle and song.

Turned Out Nice Again
: Guest starring Anne Reid: Thursday 6 July, 7:30pm

Following the success of their recent show Just in Time in tribute to Comden & Green, Stefan reunites with celebrated actress Anne Reid (The Last Tango in Halifax, Sanditon) for their latest show Turned Out Nice Again – a celebration of songs and stories inspired by the weather featuring Irving Berlin’s It’s a lovely day, and Harold Arlen and Johnny Mercer’s Come Rain or Come Shine.
This runs 80 mins (no interval)

Whose Oscar is it Anyway?: Friday 7 July, 7.30pm

Time travel to the Golden age of Hollywood and enjoy an evening of songs, stories, and soundtracks. Alongside Stefan, Rae Baker and Duncan Wisbey will dish the dirt on Charlie Chaplin, Cary Grant, and all of Tinseltown’s finest and richest!
This runs 2 hours (inc interval)

An Afternoon of Flanders and Swann: Saturday 8 July, 3.00pm

Michael Flanders and Donald Swann were celebrated for their hilarious comic songs, moving audiences with their poignancy. Their humour lives on in Stefan’s excellent musical timing as he performs a spectacular evening of their songs. Originally commissioned by the widows of Flanders and Swann, the show toured to places all over the world including Australia, USA, the Caribbean, France, India, Monaco and Bahrain.

Pirate Jenny: Saturday 8 July, 7.30pm

Stefan accompanies two-time Olivier award-winning actress Jenny Galloway (Mary Poppins, Mamma Mia, Les Miserables) in her solo performance of Pirate Jenny. A hilarious and dramatic song cycle with one of our most-loved musical theatre actresses.


Stefan Bednarczyk
Stefan's prowess as a pianist, singer and actor has been featured in several UK tours and at the Lyric and Hampstead Theatres.
Rae Baker
Duncan Wisbey
Anne Reid
Jenny Galloway


“Stefan Bednarczyk is in the same Olympian bracket as Noël Coward and Victor Borge.”
The Sunday Times