The life & loves of Granada’s #1 singing superstar. An emotional musical journey ahead of his much-anticipated debut at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival…
A feast for the eyes in his trademark trousers (that leave little to the imagination), arresting, toothy smile and eyes that penetrate the soul, magnificent singing superstar Wilfredo returns to the London stage to perform for you his mangled cover versions (‘Valerie’, ‘Be My Baby’), hilarious parodies (‘Where Do You Go To, My Lovely’, ‘Those Were The Days’) and his own, unforgettable originals (‘The Child Is Not Mine’, ‘Solo Para Las Damas (Only For The Ladies)’, accompanied on the guitar by his brother Mazza Fernandez.
A darling of the UK cabaret scene, Wilfredo reigns supreme (in his own mind, at least) as ‘El Nino de Granada’ (‘The Boy From Granada’), a Mediterranean pop God, dripping with a raw sex appeal that men admire and women desire.
Fresh from performances at the Glastonbury Festival, a tour of Italy climaxing in a magical appearance at the Salento Summer Festival, and a guest spot with Britpop legend Jarvis Cocker at the Port Eliot Literary Festival, join Wilfredo as he teeters on the brink of international stardom.
“I left having spent the evening roaring with laughter”
Camden New Journal
Venue: Leicester Square Theatre, 6 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7BX
|15th Mar 2011 to 16th Mar 2011|
|9.30pm * Prices From: £8-£6|