Mar 032020

April 2 – Oxford
April 3 – Sheffield
April 4 – Southampton
April 7 – Leeds
April 8 – Preston
April 10 – Glasgow
April 11 – Glasgow
April 13 –

photo by Kristopher Johnson

…to celebrate the UK Release of Chap’s upcoming album, ‘Postcards from the Rearview Mirror’! Stay tuned for more details!

Dec 262019

Hey friends! I’m in Chicago, doing feature spots at two burlesque shows while I’m home for the holidays! Stop by!

Dec. 26th – Clara’s Holiday After- Party
The Den Theatre – 1331 N. Milwaukee Ave. Chicago, IL 60622
Show starts at 10:00pm! Doors at 9:45pm!

Dec. 27th – The Drifter
Green Door Tavern,
676-8 N Orleans St, Chicago, IL 60654
My slots are at 8 pm and 9:30 pm
Free entry – grab a drink!

Apr 232019
                                                                     (photo: Bicknick at Reykvavik Kabarette)

April 22 – OXFORD: Young Women’s Music Project: Masterclass
April 23 – BRISTOL: Bristol Institute of Modern Music Masterclass at Rough Trade Records
April 24 – LEEDS: Live Show: Wharf Chambers
April 25 – GUILDFORD: Live Show: Electric Theatre (7:30)
April 26 – GLASGOW  Club Cabaret (8-10)
April 26 – GlASGOW Riding Room (11:30 pm)

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