Karaoke Circus

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Ward and White on stage at Ginglik, April 2010

Karaoke Circus is a British Karaoke night where guest singers from the world of comedy compete alongside members of the public for a coveted prize. Sometimes called 'Ward & White's Karaoke Circus', the show was started by composer Martin White and stand-up comedian Danielle Ward in October 2008 at The Albany, Great Portland Street, London.[1] It has since been held at the 100 Club, The Bethnal Green Working Men's Club, Ginglik, Royal Vauxhall Tavern and at The Edinburgh Fringe.

The show[edit]

The Karaoke Circus house band, who accompany the singers, is composed of Martin White (keyboards), Danielle Ward (bass guitar), Foz Foster (lead guitar, musical saw and vibraslap) and David Reed (drums). The band are joined by resident judges, Daniel Maier (and in his absence, Dan Tetsell) and 'The Baron', whose job it is to pick a winner from the evening's performances.

Notable guests[edit]

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