Composer . Writer . Cabaret Performer

Mark Bunyan Composer . Writer . Cabaret Performer

Cabaret performance

As youíll see from the bio, Iíve been performing my own songs and monologues somewhere near a piano since 1977.

Some of the places where Iíve performed:

London Fringe solo shows
Mark Bunyan at The Pheasantry Oval House.
New End Theatre.
Donmar Warehouse.
Leighton House.
Jermyn Street Theatre.
Riverside Studios.
Rosemary Branch Theatre.
Landor Theatre and Cabaret Confidential at the Theatre Museum.
Leicester Square Theatre.
The Pheasantry.

London West End
Benefits at the:
Piccadilly
Criterion
Playhouse Theatres
Theatre Royal, Stratford East

Mark Bunyan NY Cabaret 1982

Fringe Festivals
Edinburgh
Harrogate
Dulwich
Crouch End

USA
San Francisco: Lambos on Lombard and Casa Loma
New York: The Duplex and Donít Tell Mama

Europe
Rosa Rummet and Kulturhuset, Stockholm, Sweden
Metropol, Oslo, Norway
Europride, Copenhagen
Tupelak organisation tour of Sweden, Finland, Estonia and Latvia.

Amongst the many nice things that have been said:

Mark Bunyan, Country Cousin 1978

One of the great comedians at the piano.
Ned Sherrin, Loose Ends, BBC Radio 4

One of the most brilliant talents working in the musical theatre and cabaret in this country.
Matti Aijala, Musical Stages

Astonishingly versatile... He writes and performs with a rare combination of wit, sensitivity and tenderness... In turn, hilariously funny and extremely moving... Don't miss him: he is simply superb...
The Scotsman

In the tradition of the witty English musical ... and comparisons to Coward are inevitablez and apt ... the show is nonetheless quietly and gently subversive ... with a smile. Classic and original.
The Scotsman

An 'out' Noel Coward. Excellent Time Out Brilliant. Talented all-round entertainer Time Out Recommended Time Out Critics' Choice Time Out

A composer-parodist who restores one's faith in the unfashionable traditions of the witty English musical and intimate revue.
Mark Bunyan, Cyprus beach Michael Ratcliffe, The Observer

Extremely witty, somewhere between Lehrer and Brel with the arrogant insouciance of the Master.
Sue Arnold, The Observer

The hottest item on the club/cabaret circuit.
San Francisco Sentinel

A brilliant artist, enormously funny and entertaining... Don't miss his one-man show.
Svenska Dagbladet (Stockholm)