HOLLYWOOD—Mari first arrived on the scene in the early ’80s with her skyscraper beehive hairdo, bizarre sense of fashion and fully choreographed 12-piece band, The Wilsations! Mari’s live shows were spoken about as an event, and now she’s back in the U.S.
Mari Wilson offers an intimate show accompanied by piano and guitar. Performing songs from all of her albums, including early hits such as, “Cry Me A River” and “Just What I Always Wanted,” and her unusual choice of covers (including the show-stopping “Wild Horses” and the sublime “Be My Baby.”) Also included is a sneak preview from her new one-woman musical, “The Love Thing,” debuting for five nights at The Leicester Square Theatre, London in November. Retro-pop, jazz, soul and irony add to this Mari’s unique style of glamour and storytelling and you’re in for a night to remember.
For more information about Mari Wilson visit mariwilson.co.uk.
WHEN: Sunday, August 22 – Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with show at 8 p.m.
WHERE: The Inner Circle at the Magic CastleÂ® 7001 Franklin Ave. in Hollywood
TICKETS: $25 available through email@example.com or 323-851-3313 x303
WHAT/WHO: The Neasden Queen of soul, the Nymphette of the Nail Varnish, the High Priestess of Hairspray, Mari Wilson has moved seamlessly over the years, through pop and jazz to an intimate, sassy cabaret, full of high glamour and glam humor. Mari returns to LA for an intimate showcase at The Inner Circle at the Magic CastleÂ®.
The Magic Castle is the world’s most famous club for magicians and magic enthusiasts as well as the home to The Academy of Magical Arts, Inc. It’s known worldwide as the showplace for some of the greatest magicians from around the globe, its latest artistic contribution, the Cabaret at the Castle, has also become the cabaret stage at which to appear in Los Angeles and whose recent performers have included Carol Channing, Florence Henderson, Lee Roy Reams, JoAnne Worley, Jason Graae, Ilene Graff, Rachel York, and the recent addition, once a month, of the popular New York hit Cast Party with Jim Caruso and Billy Stritch.