Singer and broadcaster Gary Williams chats with musical movers and shakers.
Star of the West End’s “Rat Pack”, Gary Williams has performed worldwide, from the BBC Concert Orchestra to the Melbourne Symphony, Bestival to Buckingham Palace. He wrote the performers’ bible ‘Cabaret Secrets’, recorded at Abbey Road and was profiled in the Sunday Times' ‘Fame and Fortune’ section. He has presented four original Podcasts, and shows for BBC Radio 2, The Wireless and Jazz FM.
Magician Hector Ruiz talks openly about coping with Covid 19 lockdown. Hector has performed on numerous TV shows, such as “Le Plus Grand Cabaret du Monde” (Paris,France), “O domingao do Faustao” (Brazil) and “Penn and Teller’s Fool Us!” (Las Vegas, USA). When not on TV, he brings his beautiful show with its jaw-dropping illusions to theatres and cruise ships all over the world, and tours with international magic productions, such as “The Illusionists, Live from Broadway”.
Producer Justin Stucey talks openly about coping with Covid 19 lockdown. An adventure-filled career path has led Event Producer Justin Stucey around the globe to learn and work with organisations like Santa Fe Opera, MTV, Princess Cruises, BMW Americas and more.
Comedian Brian Conley talks openly about coping with Covid 19 lockdown. Over his 40 year career Brian has presented the Royal Variety Performance eight times, starred in multiple award-winning television sitcoms and in the West End, he has played the lead role in musicals such as Me and My Girl, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, Hairspray, Oliver!, The Music Man, Barnum and Jolson for which he was nominated for a prestigious Laurence Olivier Award.
Singer songwriter Jon Nickoll talks openly about coping with Covid 19 lockdown. Jon went from busking on street-corners to being the youngest ever resident musician at The Savoy Hotel. He's a singer, songwriter, pianist and guitarist. He's made countless radio, TV and film appearances. He's performed for President Bill Clinton, hung out with Sex Pistols, sung with Amy Winehouse and Paul McCartney and has been pelted with peanuts by the Royal Family.