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Le Gateau Chocolat: Black

Le Gateau Chocolat: Black

Enjoy this deeply personal and poignant show from the daring and fabulous Le Gateau Chocolat.

10 February 2017 - 15 June 2017 | Visit website

Voted by Time Out London as one of its Top 10 Cabaret Stars, Le Gateau Chocolat is back touring, bigger and better than ever with his hugely successful show, Black.

Famed for his silky baritone and brightly coloured lycra, Black sees Le Gateau Chocolat sharing a more intimitate and confessional portrait of his life through the medium of song and performed with the 13- piece Psappha ensemble.

Le Gateau Chocolate: Black performs 4 February - 8 February at Stratford East and 18 February at Camden People's Theatre. Find out more here.

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