We laughed and enjoyed their show so much, we asked them to perform at our Wedding!

Mischa and Evelyn Maisky

Absolute genius…..she is a real entertainer and sparkles like a bottle of champagne!!

Vladimir Ashkenazy

Can I have your autograph?!

Claudio Abbado

Wow, I can play the cello, Bobby Mcferrin can sing but you do both at the same time, can I be your manager?!!

Yo Yo Ma

“Would you come and perform for my 70th Birthday party?”
Ralph Kirschbaum Cellist, USA

Frans Helmerson, Sweden

Recommendation letter Simon Callow, CBE

Rebecca Carrington, cellist extraordinaire, and Colin Brown – extraordinaire, period – make up one of the zaniest, most brilliant comedy duos in existence.

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Simon Callow, CBEBritish actor, writer and theater director

Recommendation letter Alastair Hume

The great thing about the show is, that it is musically very clever, and people will be able to enjoy the high quality of music-making that underpins such an entertaining evening.

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Alastair HumeFounder member of the King’s singers (1963-1993)
Cabaret-Berlin

Review: Carrington-Brown, Dream A Little Dream.

“Rebecca Carrington and Colin Brown are an extraordinarily talented pair. Between them they have a not inconsiderable pedigree, ranging from stints with The Royal Shakespeare Company and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra to touring with Robbie Williams, David Byrne and Kanye West.” 

Cabaret-Berlin(15.11.2013)Cabaret-Berlin
Rice University Magazine

“OMG – She’s Multitalented”

Rice University MagazineHouston, Texas, USA 2013Rice University Magazine

“No musical challenge is too great … this is a real afternoon treat.”

THE DAILY MAIL

“It′s jaw droppingly impressive.”

CHORTLE.COM ****

“A classy musical comedy … there can′t be many entertainers versatile enough to appear on BBC 2, 3 & 4!”

THE GUARDIAN GUIDE

“Elegant musical standup”

THE SUNDAY TIMES

“A magnificent show that is in addition long-overdue to a comedy scene swamped with uniformity.”

THE STAGE