The Baritone Returns!
The Pheasantry on 28th March 2015
After a sell-out show last year, Evans has been invited to return to this prestigious music venue where he will be offering an evening of romantic deliciousness accompanied by his versatile young band. His musical repertoire seasoned with his trademark Welsh humour promises a great night of entertainment.
The Pheasantry is pure elegance. With its long association with iconic talent, it has homed the likes of Eric Clapton and watered the poetic talents of Dylan Thomas. Intimate, classy yet relaxed, the venue offers the perfect setting for a panoply of Evan’s unique renditions of classics from the influential works of Rodgers & Hammerstein, film compositions from the genius Ennio Morricone along with timeless country ballads and love songs.
Doors open 6.30pm Show 7.45pm
Tickets £23 per person.
Call 08456 027 017
152 King’s Road, Chelsea, London SW3
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The Pheasantry at Pizza Express on Saturday 28th March. Click here to book your tickets.
Evans has just returned from a hugely successful trip the USA where he was embraced by packed audiences, demands for repeat performances and fans flying thousands of miles to hear him sing. He has been invited to sing at the National Film Awards where Dame Judi Dench is set to receive a lifetime achievement award. The awards are being presented on 31st March and will be televised by Sky Arts.
The future for Evans continues to look promising with exciting conversations across the waters about some inspiring and creative projects currently in the pipeline.
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“Veritable genius with a love song…any song; the voice takes you to places only found in the deepest of dreams and desires. Wouldn’t fly thousands of miles to hear anyone else!!”
“….wraps me in a warm hug every time I listen….which is often all day non-stop xx”
“…..wonderful voice, great performer, always gives 110% AND he gives precious time to his fans – he’s not bad looking either ! x”
“The first time I heard his voice was on twitter -“Tell My Father” with the Welsh Guard. I experienced a visceral response to the rich tones of his voice that persist to this day. However, as wonderful as his recordings are, it does not prepare one for that glorious baritone one hears in person.”
“We laughed, we cried, we laughed until we cried. Mark’s show at The Pheasantry last night was just awesome!”