The History

Steve was born in London


His father was Ed Devereaux the actor; his mother was Rene Devereaux the producer, composer and agent.

At the age of nine Steve and the whole family moved to Australia, where Ed became internationally famous for his role as Matt Hammond in the iconic Australian TV series Skippy the Bush Kangaroo. Several years later they returned to London where Steve embarked on his own musical career.

He made his West End Debut playing the role of Roger in the original production of Grease.  Subsequent roles in London included, Judas in Jesus Christ Superstar, Pharaoh in Joseph, Frank the Lover in Tommy and Frank ‘n Furter in The Rocky Horror Show.

It was at this time Steve began his career as a cabaret and concert singer.  He topped the bill at London’s Latin Quarter and went on to perform in concert throughout Europe.

The West End


He continued his career in West End musicals including, Bill Tibbs in Wild, Wild Women, Adam Pontipee in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, Solo vocalist in The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber, The Repo Man in the original cast of Sunset Boulevard, The Minister in a new production of Tommy, Scar in The Lion King and Ike Vallon in Showboat.  Last year he appeared at the Chatelet Theatre in Paris playing George in a new production of My Fair Lady.

The London Cabaret



Most recently he has launched a new show: The London Cabaret – A Dark Ride Through a Capital Night.

Edgy, sudden and idiosyncratic, The London Cabaret retools classic swing and jazz with a liberal seasoning of all new material. Expect some extraordinary twists and turns as a switchback narrative reveals the hidden connections between Cole Porter and heroin addiction, the route that led Philip Larkin to a trailer park in Las Vegas. How Robbie Robertson ended up in the Thames and why Dylan Thomas can be found in a mobile army whorehouse.

The London Cabaret made its debut at The Pheasantry in London’s Kings Road to great success.

Steve is now immersed in creating the album of the show, which is set for release in the spring of 2016.