UK Cabaret review

by drewcam on 01/04/2016

in promotion, stand-up

On 16th February 2016, Vicky Bailey wrote a remarkable review of Drew for UK Cabaret.

You can read it all here at UK Cabaret

“What a breath of fresh air to see time, energy, enthusiasm and passion being pumped into one of the South Easts remaining social clubs. I’m hoping there will be a turn around soon and these venues will be up and coming again. Breathing some much needed injection of live entertainment comes in the shape of talented professional impressionist Drew Cameron.
Drew bounced out on stage kicking off with “Rocking all over the world” which certainly captured the audience, I felt the audience were hungry for some quality entertainment.
Drew radiates an aura of warmth, which gives an instant connection with the people watching, enabling his audience participation material to work superbly.
His celebrity X Factor rendition was in particularly a great hit, his impressions throughout his act were spot on, not only in voice but mannerisms too.
The act itself flows beautifully with peaks and troughs in all the right places, thrown in was plenty of ad libbing, which because the audience had warmed to Drew, he had them in the palm of his hand.
My favourite part was Prince Charles and his mummy, I won’t give it away, but suffice to say it had me laughing out loud.

Finishing on with Michael Flatley meets Michael Jackson proves what a talented guy Drew is.

My only frustration came from the DJ he wasn’t ready to segue, so after shouts of “more” this lead Drew to do impromptu sing a long with his ukulele which went down an absolute treat.
All in all a great night was had by all.”

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