Bremner sings: Everything in New Orleans Is a Good Idea

– Big Empty Barn Productions

International cabaret sensation Bremner sings a love letter to New Orleans with this celebration of bars, booze and bacchanalia. A New Orleans local, Bremner has performed to sold-out theatres, jazz clubs and cabarets across three continents.

“And my god, does he ever sing. Bremner’s performance is jaw-dropping – my jaw literally dropped” – View Magazine
FIVE STARS – Broadway Baby, Edinburgh Fringe reviews
“Sleazy. Stirring. Utterly memorable” – Sunday Times, UK
“A remarkable one-man show, an incredible voice” – PBS Louisiana
“He’ll have you close to tears one moment and laughing the next, an absolute joy to watch” – New Orleans Defender Magazine
“A man’s got to believe in something. I believe I’ll have another” – WC Fields

3 thoughts on “Bremner sings: Everything in New Orleans Is a Good Idea

  1. A love letter to a beautiful, complicated city. Wonderful to hear tis talented performer singing his own songs! May we hear many more.

  2. Finding the courage to write his own songs is a gift that Duthie gave to himself and now shares with his audience in his effortless. rich baritone, mostly self-accompanied on guitar and ukulele. His love for his hometown of New Orleans shines through not only the drunken Mardi Gras and scary neighbourhood scenes made familiar by movies and TV, but also in deeply personal tales of grieving and self-discovery. Grace notes of gentle, sweet, funny and a little bit sexy round out this well-articulated work, which, in the end, is all about saying “yes” to yourself. Say “yes” to Bremner Duthie and go see this show.

  3. I lived in New Orleans for a few years and Bremner’s loving tribute to the beautiful, ensnaring and dangerous city pulled on my heart strings. Memories of New Orleans came back to me and got me feeling nostalgic. And he is right, the city is saturated with music. I like how he is not afraid to be vulnerable and honest. It’s not just an ode the city, but a call to take chances and to live fully. Plus, Bremner is simply someone you want to spend an hour with. You’ll be richer for it.

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