Jonathan Markwood’s Hoo-Hah Conspiracy
Award winning actor, musician and songwriter Jonathan Markwood formed The Hoo-Hah Conspiracy in London in 2004. Having played all over London including dates atThe Hope & Anchor, The Troubador and The Place, Leicester Square he decided to stage a show that would spotlight his band. After seeing ‘Shockheaded Peter’ at the Lyric Theatre , London he was inspired to write ‘The Hoo-Hah Conspiracy…Secret Cabaret’. The show, also directed by Jonathan, was performed regularly in London venues, notably The Rosemary Branch, Islington and The Bakehouse Theatre, Blackheath. The show also played to sell out audiences at The Hazlitt Theatre, Maidstone and The Queen’s Theatre, Essex.
He’s released three albums under the Hoo-Hah Conspiracy: ‘Telling Tales,’ ‘Tips & Tricks for the Modern Age’ and ‘No Light After Dark’. Both ‘Telling Tales’ and ‘Tips & Tricks’ won major awards for songwriting and production at the JPF World music awards in Los Angeles and Nashville, USA respectively: Best Modern Rock Album and Best Modern Rock Song.