TICKETS for The Working Girls of Soho Cabaret SHOW !

SOLD OUT!!!!!!!!

The Working Girls of Soho – Saucy Tales of Notorious Women with Jazz Band – The Soho Boys

on Sunday, 4th February 2024

At 6pm

Tickets: £13.95

The Chelsea Arts Club , 143 Old Church Street, London, SW3 6EB

“Josephine’s show blows the doors off!’ Liz Hoggard, Arts Journalist, The Times 
“A wonderful combination of sophisticated vocal styling, backed by a trio of virtuoso musicians, topped off with Josephine’s glamour and wit.” Matthew Deveraux – Composer 
“Captivating Josephine knows how to hold the audience in the palm of her hand” Matthew Freeman – Musical Supervisor, Rat Pack Live 
Writer | Josephine Pembroke
Director & Choreographer | Lisa Mulidore
Musical Director | Heather Longman
Piano & Bandleader | George Webster
Double Bass | Casper Hoedemaker 
Saxophone | Reiss Beckles 



Dinner! Darling! Dinner! 

A cocktail infused dinner party, full of music, gossip, comedy and despair. Expect ‘A’ list celebrities and frolics

Tickets Available soon, contact  To secure a ticket. 

Josephine’s new show, to be launched at The Brighton Festival 2024, 17, 18, 19 May 2024. 

Welcome to the wonderful world of glamorous dining with ex Showgirl Sindy. A sparkling guest list, cocktails, canapés, and music (show tunes and pop), sprinkled with showbiz gossip. Time to don your Kaftan and delve in the 1970s when being a hostess really did mean the mostest. Will this dinner party be a dream come true for aspirational Sindy? Or will it turn into chaos?

Performed and written by 80s wild child, Josephine Pembroke who lived in Soho in the 80s and was expelled from Drama Studio. Josephine learnt her stage craft by becoming a jazz singer and pop star. Recently Josephine wrote and performed, The Working Girls of Soho – Saucy Tales of Notorious Women (Edinburgh Fringe 2022). Josephine is infamous for her 90s club act Pussies Galore (Bond Girls with Pussy Power). They attracted a large LBGTQ following, performing at Heaven, Café de Paris, Wembley Arena and Flesh at The Hacienda. 

Directed by Linda Marlowe, Actor and Director, who worked extensively in physical theatre with Steven Berkoff. In the 80s, Steven wrote Decadence for them both. More recently Linda has created her own solo shows; Berkoff’s Women and No Fear! Which toured the globe. Linda was Sylvie Carter in Eastenders. 

Accompanied by George Webster, Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. George recently performed at the London Jazz Festival and his music was performed at Manhattan movement and Arts Center, New York. 

“I wish I’d had a life like Josephine’s” Jo Good, BBC Radio London

“With her tales of Soho’s wild women, from 17th Century madams to Muriel Belcher and Henrietta Moraes (interspersed with her own stories of wild living in Soho in the 1980s). Josephine Pembroke’s one woman show featuring songs from Sondheim to Cy Coleman and Dorothy Field, blows the doors off”

Liz Hoggard columnist and arts interviewer for the Observer, Telegraph, Times, Radio Times and Evening Standard


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Published on 04th May 2023

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