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Paul offers 1-2-1 consultations tailor-made to suit the needs of the individual.  

He provides insight, contacts, advice and support, sometimes slanted towards honing the artistic content of an act/routine, and sometimes on how to market yourself and to whom.

Sessions take place in South London with a sliding scale of prices depending on how many sessions you book (see chart below).  There’s tea, biscuits and a safe, calm space in which to help focus your mind on furthering your career.

Paul has been in the variety business as a performer, producer, promoter and agent for 25 years with all the top promoters and members of the press at his fingertips. He still performs as a host & singer as well as sharing his years of knowledge with others.

Paul has been instrumental in campaigning for cabaret sections in Time Out, Lastminute.com, and Edinburgh Festival; runs workshops and lectures on the art of cabaret; has written articles on the genre and created the London Cabaret Awards.

Paul has the ability, rare in coaches yet most necessary in my opinion, to see the individual, not the "student". He listens, is very astute and doesn't pull any punches.Emily Davis, Cabaret Singer

A big YES. Invaluable advice and support.Jo Marsh AKA Jo-Jo Bellini, Cabaret Singer

“I recommend Paul wholeheartedly. I have learnt so much from him over the last year and I am sure there is still much more to learn.” Sarah Tullamore, Cabaret Singer

Click here for more testimonials from previous happy customers.

Please contact Paul if you’d like to make an appointment.

1-2-1 consultations

Number of sessions
(sessions are 1hr long, except the initial one, which is 1.5hrs)


Valid for

1 session


One month

4 sessions

£340 (£85 each)

Six months

6 sessions

£450 (£75 each)

Six months

Paul L Martin CV

Click here for an interview Paul gave to Fiona Coffey of Cabaret Scenes on ‘Developing Cabaret Talent’.

© Paul L Martin 2017