Far from the glitz of her Vegas hometown, Miss Hope Springs returns to Wilton's to explore the shadier side of her 'career' in the shadowy world of the Berlin demi-monde.
Join Hope as she staggers down a rather potholed Memory Straße. As ever you will hear toe tapping show stoppers and witty numbers, smouldering torch songs and rousing sing-a-longs as Hope accompanies herself live on the ivories.
Just behind the bus station there is a bar called Vaudelesque, where there is a doorman known as Beryl, and a lederhosen-sporting squeezebox player named Hans Zoff, and where Hope shot that 'art film' she prays she destroyed every last copy of.
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