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Stefan Bednarczyk Sings Noel Coward

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St Bart's Theatre

Saint Bartholomews Road

Reading

RG1 3QA

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WHAT’S ON STAGE (Michael Coveney):
“…A remarkable solo show….which both reveals and redefines the nature of the man’s genius. Bednarczyk comes across as both authentic re-interpreter and skilled champion.”

MUSICAL THEATRE REVIEW (Craig Glenday)
“Can there be a better interpreter of Noel Coward operating in the UK – in the world –
than Stefan Bednarczyk ?……. Bednarczyk is a consummate performer – his piano playing is flawless and he exudes an irresistible charisma…..This is cabaret at its finest.”

THE STAGE (Paul Vale)
“Listening to Bednarczyk play and sing classics such as Parisian Pierrot, London Pride and especially Evening In Summer in the strikingly evocative surroundings of Crazy Coqs has to be one of the great pleasures of a visit to the capital. His choice of songs is mindful of an audience’s need to be entertained, while his individual interpretation of the musical numbers is exemplary.”

THE AUSTRALIAN ( on “COWARD” at the Adelaide Cabaret Festival)
“….It was Stefan Bednarczyk who impressed the most, with his exceptional performing abilities…….. superb incisiveness and alive-ness to every nuance of intellectual wit, irony and self-disclosure.”

THE SCOTSMAN
“Noel Coward was much more than just the archetypal Englishman, and Bednarczyk knows “Why The Show Must Go On ” – and how to perform it, brilliantly.

“Suavely entertaining..it is difficult to imagine anyone else inhabiting his piano stool…superbly polished.” TIME OUT

“In the same Olympian bracket as Noel Coward and Victor Borge.” SUNDAY TIMES

“Far and away the most talented singer-songwriter of his generation” INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE

“The King Of Cabaret” BBC R4

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