Harold Sanditen: I Got Rhythms

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  • Show Description
  • Artist Bio
  • Grab your maracas and bongos! Harold’s finally back with a brand new show.

    Over the past several years, Harold Sanditen, charismatic host of Crazy Coqs’ longest-running show, his smash Open Mic Party, has been performing across the globe, both live and virtually, garnering new audiences and absorbing new forms of musical expression. In Sanditen’s inimitable style, you’ll hear each song in a new light, with exceptional and unique arrangements.

    Expect everything from a smattering of country and western from his native Oklahoma, to the sexy sway of a Brazilian samba.

    Using the words and music of Maya Angelou, Leonard Cohen, The Gershwins, The Beatles, Irving Berlin, Dizzy Gillespie, David Yazbek, Gloria Estefan, Kander & Ebb, Carole King, and many more, Harold will show, that he does, indeed, got rhythms!

    This highly rhythmic celebration guarantees good laughs, good music and good toe-tapping fun.

    Director – Barry Kleinbort

    Musical director – Carl Greenwood

    Bass – Robert Rickenberg

    Drums – Dado Pasqualini


    “A better match than Harold Sanditen, his vocals and his elegant panache, would be hard to find anywhere!” – LA Talk Radio

    “Sanditen is at once understated and a bit mischievous……his attention to the lyrics turns each song into a story whose melody is familiar, but the tale itself is new to your ears.” – Front Row Centre

    “Harold is having such a good time that he makes every show a ‘mahvellous party’!” – Playbill

    “Sanditen’s honey-toned vocals, along with stunning arrangements, make this a joy!” – Cabaret Scenes

  • Londoner and bon vivant, Harold Sanditen, has about as much Oklahoma left in him these days as Brad Pitt does, but he actually was born in the heartland state.  It’s London where he’s been tripping the light fantastic since 1987.

    Singer, cabaret emcee, recording artist, raconteur, entertainment journalist and theatre producer, Harold has show-business running through his veins. A regular at top London cabaret haunt, Crazy Coqs, where he hosts their longest running show, his smash hit, Harold Sanditen’s Open Mic Party, now in its 10th year, he is one of the biggest presences on the London cabaret scene.

    Since bursting onto the cabaret and jazz scene in 2008, he has devised and performed six solo cabaret shows, released three CDs, starred in a West End musical and toured to packed houses from LA to Mykonos.

    Prior to singing, Harold produced theatre for 20 years, from the smallest scale off-off shows to large scale West End, including LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT (Jessica Lange, Charles Dance, Paul Rudd and Olivia Colman), CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF (Brendan Fraser, Ned Beatty, Gemma Jones), FALLEN ANGELS (Felicity Kendal & Frances de la Tour), UNSUSPECTING SUSAN (Celia Imrie), A DAY IN THE DEATH OF JOE EGG (Clive Owen), and THE BOYS NEXT DOOR (Steve Guttenberg and Kathy Burke.)

    Before the show biz bug hit, Harold was an investment banker in New York City. That seems like a very distant memory!

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