Music, comedy and variety set for Cayman

A show billed as a high energy variety show packed with comedy, visual musical impressions and favourite Broadway songs is set to hit the Cayman Islands on Saturday, 20 April. 

Jimmy Keys is an exciting piano player and has captivated audiences around the world from London to New Zealand, opening for stars including Willie Nelson, Tom Jones, Huey Lewis and Wynonna Judd.
Traditional British Music Hall entertainment flourished in the 1800s when there were more than 300 music halls in London alone. The stock music hall performer dressed in attention-grabbing garb and was a talented singer, musician and comedian. 

What would British Music Hall look like in the 21st Century? Try ex-pat Brit: Jimmy Keys, described as a one man Music Hall. A talented musician and a zany comedian, Jimmy has been called a cross between Elton John and Robin Williams. His show is fast paced, but always musical. 

Audiences head home smiling at the evening’s humour and humming popular songs performed by one of Jimmy’s many alter-egos including Rod Stewart, Elton John, Joe Cocker and Mick Jagger. 

The gig is at The Living Room at The Strand, doors at 7.30pm for an 8pm showtime. 


Tickets are available from Capital Realty and are $50 in advance or $60 at the door. 


Jimmy Keys is a zany musical performer. – Photo: Submitted

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