Experience The Easy Rollers’ unique performance, ‘Drop Me Off In Harlem’, capturing The Jazz Age 1920-1933 and The Swing Era 1933-1947 with a theatrical twist. Enjoy popular dance styles from that time period combined with some of the finest jazz music you’ll ever hear on this side of the Atlantic!
In this cabaret-style performance, the music takes center stage with songs strung together by theatrical, factual, or musical segues. Discover more about the post-Prohibition era and jazz during the Great Depression in this authentic underground speakeasy experience.
For five years, The Easy Rollers have created a one-hour cabaret show for The Edinburgh Festival Fringe focusing on the Prohibition Era. Their musical journey highlights famous music, artists, and culture of that time. With the return of the roaring 20s, the band has put together a brand new two-act show that begins in 1920 and explores post-Prohibition music of the 30s and early 40s.
Don’t miss out on hearing hits from legendary artists such as Sister Rosetta Tharpe, The Boswell Sisters, Ruth Etting, Lee Morse, Annette Hanshaw, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Gene Austin, Margaret Young, Helen Morgan, Paul Whiteman, Fats Waller, Cab Calloway, Helen Kane, and more.