Performed by Georgeois Bourgeois: Vocals Maurice Maurice: Piano, vocals, synths Joss Acock: Harmonies on Fear! Ben Humphreys: All the other instruments. This album is dedicated to John Acock. Engineered & mixed by Ben Humphreys Mastered by Pete Maher Recorded at Ben's Warehouse, Hackney Wick. Thanks to Ben Humphreys, Tomas Jefanovas, Joss "The Harmonizer" Acock, Tim Whitehead, Steve Lock and The World - for being so terrifyingly inspiring.
Bourgeois & Maurice are flanked by fluorescent tubes and a video screen that shows ingeniously absurd backdrops and askew interventions. And their wardrobe – always a highlight – includes looks that might be described as jester-velociraptor and intergalactic-SS chic. Will you learn how to save the world? Sadly not. But you’ll be in excellent company as it continues to crumble.
Bourgeois & Maurice won the Best Music-Based Act title at the 2012 London Cabaret Awards. August 2012 they returned to the Fringe with their new show Sugartits. Then toured with another show We Started A Band with two extra members on drums and guitar. They toured Sugartits around the UK as well as playing Adelaide Cabaret Festival in the summer of 2013, followed by a two-week run at Soho Theatre in September Music
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without too much effort on anyone's part. It's hard to think of any other act delivering such clever, funny and sharp material' (Time Out).
Bourgeois & Maurice - British Values 03:36. Musical Couture - Bourgeois & Maurice. How to Save the World Without Really Trying - Bourgeois & Maurice. The Third - Bourgeois & Maurice. Shedding Skin - Bourgeois & Maurice. Middle of the Road - Bourgeois & Maurice, David Hoyle.
8:00 AM. St. Francis, Ketchum. Free and open to the public.
How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (musical). How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying is a musical by Frank Loesser and book by Abe Burrows, Jack Weinstock, and Willie Gilbert, based on Shepherd Mead's 1952 book of the same name.