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Star Follies was born at the turn of the Century at Bar Aquarius on the Charing Cross Road. The show ran weekly until the Bar was compulsorily purchased and redeveloped. The show then transferred briefly to the Comedy Public House off Piccadilly Circus, then found a longer-term Home at the Courtyard Theatre in Kings Cross, until the Theatre was sadly demolished. Star Follies then moved on to the Covent Garden Theatre Museum, until the Museum closed permanently just after Christmas 2006. Mr Donald LeVange and Madame Bella Borgia strongly deny that a Pattern is emerging.


"Imaginative ... hilarious ..." ".. a cross between Hainault Place Bingo Hall and Carshalton Beaches Amateur Operatic Society!"

"Cabaret meets end-of-the-pier"
Time Out London

"The most original and fantastic thing I have ever done of an evening in Londontown. It's live karaoke of sorts, but to sheet music and with live accompaniment. ... Truly, it's a special and magical evening, made so by the Master of Ceremonies Mr Donald Levange and Queen of the Keys Madame Bella Borgia. Audience members range in age from teenagers to pensioners. [You do not have to sing] but everyone - from the truly tone deaf (there have been some!) to the professional warbler - gets the same warm reception. Think a camper version of Cabaret, in which you get to be Liza Minnelli."
Miss Urban Chick