Sep 242018

(photo credit, Humans of the Fringe – interview here)

★★★★★ ‘Like a piano player in brothel or a chanteuse at an orgy, Sabrina Chap is the fallen woman of cabaret….’ – Broadway Baby

★★★★★ ‘This is an intoxicating evening, and a must see for cabaret fans – or anyone that wants a bit of alternative sexual education.’ – Deadline News

★★★★ ‘How to be a Bad Girl, a captivating cabaret act of original songs performed on piano, is as dirty as the flyers promise – but with unexpected sweetness and poignancy…’ – The Outlier Scotland

★★★★ ’Chap. . .is truly a breath of fresh air to the world of feminism and I can say in absolute confidence, she is a force that deserves to be emulated.’ – Feminist Fringe

‘A burlesque Jerry lee Lewis’ – The American Magazine

‘Sabrina Chap…blazes through her boozy, bluesy set with all the delicacy of a pneumatic drill, dishing out smut, satire and existential dread in equal measure. The onslaught is relentless….Think Eartha Kitt. Think female Tom Waits. Think nihilistic Cole Porter… Her comedic deftness is matched by her musical prowess, and her magnetism is undeniable.’ – Somna Theatre

Nov 172017
12/25  – Chicago – Davenport’s Piano Bar – 8 pm
1383 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, Illinois 60622
             (cost 10 bucks and 2 drink minimum)

12/3 – NY – Pete’s Candy Store – 9:30 pm
709 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, New York 11211
cost – pass the bucket

12/14 – NY – Way Station Brooklyn
683 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11238
cost – pass the bucket

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I’m also in a bunch of burlesque/variety shows in both cities, doing a few numbers:
12/24 – Chicago – The Drifter
12/24 – Chicago – Vaudeville at Bordel
12/29 – NY – Secret Variety Society at Slipper Room
Aug 212017

AUG. 30 – Slipper Room, 167 Orchard St, NY, NY
Start time 8 pm Doors 7:30
Tickets HERE!

The Secret Variety Society is proud to present three of New York’s most wonderfully weird variety artists for an evening of debaucherous and insignificant joy.

Featuring the charming British comedian and bon vivant, Matt Roper, the slutty yet somehow celibate songstress Sabrina Chap, and the magical wonder known as the Great Dubini. Come revel, laugh and feel morally superior to three of the hardest working variety artists on the scene.

Jul 042017

Excited to be performing with the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival! July 6-9th! Look for details HERE!

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Big things are happening at the 2017 Smithsonian Folklife Festival site. You can't miss us (really, it's a Big Top) on the National Mall next week!

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Excited to be performing with the Bindlestiff Family Cirkus at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival!

Apr 022017


 11/4 – LONDON – Bar Wotever (full set) – The Royal Vauxhall Tavern
12/4 – LONDON – (hanging with jazz cats and playing a *very* short set) – Toulouse Lautrec Venue
14/4 – GLASGOW (Full set) Riding Room
15/4 – GLASGOW (Feature set) Spangled Cabaret @ Fox Star Club – ARGYLL HOTEL GLASGOW
16/4 – LEEDS (Full Set) Sabrina Chap and Daniel vs the World and Rae Spoon vs JAHJF – at Wharf Chambers
18/4 – BRISTOL (Masterclasses at BIMM Bristol)
20/4 – OXFORD (House Show!) Sabrina Chap @ The Music Inn
22/4 – LONDON (Two One Hour sets!) Toulouse Lautrec Venue
24/4 – OXFORD (Private University gig)
26/4 – REYKJAVIK Reykjavík Kabarett – Apríl
27/4 – REYKJAVIKReykjavík Kabarett – Apríl
Reykjavík Kabarett – Apríl

Feb 142017

FA07Thrilled to have that Tams-Witmark announce that ‘Fashion Academy – The Musical’ is now  available for licensing!

Fashion Academy is a musical tale of finding your own voice and not being afraid to use it. Through colorful characters and lively, hip music, it imparts a powerful lesson in self-expression for tween and teen audiences.

I wrote the music and lyrics for this, as well as co-booked with author, Sheryl Berk.

Please go to to Tams-Witmark to license the show for your school!