Angel to Vampire!

Presented by Nigel Osner


26th & 27th August 7.30pm

“tremendously talented and very entertaining…Osner’s songs are well-turned, amusing and evocative…a pleasure to see a performer of such distinctive ability flex his wings – and occasionally bare a fang.’’
Ben Walters, The Scotsman
Nigel Osner takes an intimate and engaging cabaret journey through a lifetime of yearning, illustrated by original songs and stories. There are a host of quirky characters, male and female. These include the Archangel Gabriel who has quit his job in Heaven to play jazz in New Orleans; a peckish vampire who casts a speculative eye over the audience; and an actor who is bemused at his loss of charisma. The show had an applauded debut at the Edinburgh Fringe 2016. Nigel took it to the Brighton Fringe this May. The show is directed by the actress Janine Wood.

***To get a little taster of the show, please click HERE to see the Angel to Vampire! show reel***
“The hugely talented Nigel Osner…all the songs were finely crafted and heartfully delivered. The man can sing! …a Hidden Gem. Go and see this unique show.”
Paul Levy, Fringe Review
Nigel wants his show to look good. He had vampire fangs made by a fangsmith and specially designed angel wings. Other costumes include a fake fur coveted by both male and female members of the audience! And sequins? Yes, some of them too. All this is to produce an inventive and dramatic show which is always entertaining, whether funny or wistful.

“A show of angelic bite, Angel to Vampire! taps into a still pumping vein of light entertainment, injecting in some marvellous modern wit.”
Grumpy Gay Critic

Buxton Festival Fringe nomination presented to Nigel Osner as a recognition of excellence for new writing in ‘Angel to vampire!’

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Once a practising barrister, Nigel is now a performer, actor, lyricist and writer. In London he has appeared at mainstream venues, like the St James Studio and the Crazy Coqs, and alternative venues, like Electrowerkz and the Lexington. He has acted in two feature films and many short films. On stage his most recent roles have been as a drag queen in an updated version of The Duchess of Malfi (2014) and as an unwordly poet in the new black comedy A Rather English Murder (2015). He is the author of Magic in Ravenswood (Heinemann) which he adapted into a musical called Goblins Don’t Scare Us with music by BB Cooper, premiered in London in 2002/3. His fantasy novel is available on Amazon etc.


Twitter: @AngelToVampire

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