Sue Casson

a woman, a piano ...

New recordings

‘haunting original songs.' Scotsman 'witty lyrics and soaring melodies’ Big Issue  

'a great rapport with the audience and a gorgeous voice' Broadway Baby


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Casson was hard at work in the studio up till Christmas, working with some great musicians on a clutch  of new songs.


Hear the first one here!


  In the News ...


  A film for 2020


English Cabaret are currently developing the humans in the telling

a filmic ghost story for the 75th anniversary of the Nuremberg Trials.


Featuring music from Dreams of Peace & Freedom,  it aims to prick the memory and loosen the chains of imagination.


Find out more here

A new recording for the new year

a woman, a piano... and a new upload of Celebrity Cafe.

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In search of Nefertiti - Awaiting News from Egypt

In the wake of her recent show at the piano a woman, a piano... and Last Call for Nefertiti, Casson is watching the news from Egypt with interest. Radar scans of Tutankhamun's tomb are currently being analysed following 6 days of intensive exploration at the beginning of February.



Will this be the Last call for Nefertiti? 


For the first 6 days of February 2018, an Italian team of Egyptologists was in the Valley of the Kings, radar scanning a wall in Tutankhamun's tomb, for evidence of a tomb beyond - possibly that of Nefertiti, the most beautiful woman of the ancient world.


Whilst they now analyse their finds, here's a song from a documentary film about the last search, put together

by Robert Blackmore.


(click here to watch Tom Blackmore's documentary)



English Cabaret took Dreams of Peace & Freedom to Totnes in Devon over the summer for a special performance to resonate with their bid to become a city state independent of the current Brexit negotiations in what they hope will become a countrywide movement. Read the full story here.


In preparation for the significant anniversaries of the Nuremberg Trials and European Convention on Human Rights which coincide in 2020, English Cabaret are putting together a film about the birth of human rights in Europe following the Second World War.


Read the treatment and watch the trailer for