Looking back to yesterday, what have we left behind? Like the Dodo, many commonplace items and customs have become extinct! Richard and Roland explore these with a light touch whilst entertaining with songs from the period such as: ‘As Time Goes By’, ‘I’m Old Fashioned’, ‘Begin the Beguine’ and many others.

The indelible Noël Coward and Cole Porter brought to life by cabaret experts Godfrey Johnson and Roland Perold. This sell-out show delighted audiences as the pair entertained from two pianos delivering classic tunes like “Miss Otis Regrets”, “Night and Day”, Uncle Harry”, “Talent to Amuse” and more. Pianos were sponsored by ROLAND Instruments

Modern day troubles...? The “Good News Cabaret” wipes away those blues as the prolific Johnson and debonair Perold reunite around 88 keys. Pulling out all the stops, the duo delved deep into the bag of ironic, witty and fierce novelty songs for an evening of pristinely salacious revelry.

Perhaps the greatest gift America bestowed upon the cultural world, this canon of important popular songs and jazz standard from the early 20th century (known as the Great American Songbook) thrives. One of Roland’s most popular cabarets this evergreen showcase has been warmly welcomed at various venues.

Why do musical theatre characters burst into song? Isn’t it strange? Oh yes, but we love it! A lively collection of early musical theatre highlights brought to life by Roland’s wit, charm and pianistic virtuosity… not to mention a soothing hot cup of tea.

A sizzling cabaret about the ups and downs of SHOWBIZ! Stalwart of stage and screen Michele Maxwell teamed up with Roland Perold for this exclusive behind the scenes peek at what it means to be in the BIZ. A music lovers delight executed with class by the duo around a baby grand piano.

A light hearted look at different names and what they mean. Some famous, some infamous! Delray Burns and Roland Perold deliver with aplomb in this wacky cabaret leaving audiences in stitches. As energetic as they are young and beautiful, the talented duo don’t miss a beat with interpretations of well known and some odd characters.