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20 Nov 2022


Chad Saint Louis: Revelations

Produced by Finlay Carroll in association with Theatro Technis @ 26 Crowndale

A new musical theatre cabaret - celebratory and defying, giving voice to Chad's experience as a queer person of colour.

Leave expectations of genre and gender at the door as Chad Saint Louis’ soaring vocals show you how the world feels from their perspective.

Featuring showstopping numbers from musicals such as The Color Purple, The Wiz and DREAMGIRLS, as well as classic songs from the queer iconic likes of Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland, the night will be jubilant, astounding, and real.


All this within an intimate theatre in the heart of Camden. Theatro Technis @ 26 Crowndale has existed since the 1960s, with a rich history of musical theatre outside the mainstream.


Not to be missed. Book now.




Chad Saint Louis is an actor, singer-songwriter and cabaret performer. Born and raised in a music-loving Caribbean family in South London, his interests and influences span a variety of different genres. Chad’s work is rooted in the experience of being a queer person of colour, and showcasing how performing has been integral to that experience.


Previous credits include: Meet Me: Saint Louis (The Phoenix Arts Club), A Little Night Music: Cabaret After Dark (Edinburgh Fringe C Venues), Songs for Scattered Times (Omnibus Theatre), Oda Mae Brown (Ghost the Musical - Exeter Northcott Theatre), Moritz (Spring Awakening - Kay House), Semi-Toned (UK Tour, US Tour, Exeter Northcott Theatre).




Amber is a neurodiverse musical theatre graduate, director, writer and PhD researcher, whose work centres on the intersections of identity and the ways in which their blackness, queerness and OCD coexist.


Recent theatre credits include: SIX The Musical (NCL and UK, as Associate Director); Legally Blonde (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, as Associate Director), Hungry (Soho Theatre); SIX The Musical (West End and UK Tour, as Resident Director); (wo)man monster (Writer/Director); Overflow (Bush Theatre); Leopards (Rose Theatre Kingston).




Finlay is an independent theatre maker, producer and programmer specialising in musical theatre with queer/ecological themes. He has links to London and the South West.

Recent theatre credits include: LAVENDER (Exeter Phoenix, Theatre Royal Plymouth, Omnibus Theatre), Songs For Scattered Times (monthly at the Omnibus Theatre), RAPTURE (Pleasance Theatre, as engagement producer), Adventures of Straker (Theatro Technis, Edinburgh Fringe), UK Jazz Plus (EFG London Jazz Festival 2022, Theatro Technis @ 26 Crowndale).




Tom is a Musical Director, Orchestrator and Songwriter based in London. As a Musical Director, he has worked on Musicals, Concerts and Pantomimes.

He has particular experience working with young performers, having worked with Winchester University, National Youth Music Theatre and Big Little Theatre School.


Tom recently wrote the book, music and lyrics for The House of Edgar, a folk musical based on the life and works of Edgar Allan Poe.


Estimated running time

Performance times


Ticket prices

£16 standard, £14 concession


Full-time students, those aged under 16, senior citizens, the unwaged, members of Equity and BECTU


Theatro Technis is fully wheelchair accessible. Guide dogs and hearing dogs are welcome in the auditorium. There is a Loop system fitted in the main auditorium. If you have any questions or specific requests, please email

Content warning to be shared at a later date. Email if you have questions or concerns. Loud music.


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