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Fine art feasting with Darling & Edge. It is with the most sincere pride and overwhelming pleasure that Darling & Edge invites you to be our guest. One hundred years have passed since the Beast was born. Only the Beauty in all of us can break the spell. We request to amuse your bouche with a palatable pantomime. For too long has the castle been unattended, it's most enchanting residents clawing the walls for the spell to be broken. They live to satisfy, and have prepared the feast to end all feasts, a culinary cabaret, fit for a beast. Forget the fairytale ending, this ball is about swinging from the chandeliers. We like thigh slapping, dancing on the table, eating with your face. Come as a beauty, leave as a beast.
Drag supergroup DENIM were established by Glamrou (Amrou Al-Kadhi) at Cambridge University in 2010. DENIM was the university's first and only professional drag troupe, watched and celebrated by thousands of students over the years. Since then, the DENIM girl band and their unique take on drag have been watched and appreciated by thousands, touring across the UK, selling out at Vault Festival in Waterloo, playing the Arts Theatre in Leicester Square, and headlining Port Eliot Festival in Cornwall in 2014. In 2015, they performed with the headline act Florence & The Machine live onstage at Glastonbury. The troupe is led by five singers and actors - The Denims; Glamrou La Denim, Crystal Vaginova, Electra Cute, Shirley Du Naughty & Aphrodite Jones. DENIM invite the audience to revel in the liberation of their performances - a vibrant carousel of twisted pop classics and original songs interspersed with sketch and stand-up comedy. Proudly sponsored by MAC Cosmetics and Bumble and Bumble Style, DENIM won't disappoint when it comes to jaw-dropping, razor-sharp looks. That's a DENIM guarantee! The DENIMS have received praise from several cultural figures including Simon Amstell, Marina and the Diamonds, Clean Bandit, Florence Welch, Keira Knightly, Mario Testino, Ian McKellen, and Stephen Fry who has tweeted that drag troupe DENIM are "fighting bigotry."
Welcome to the cabaret of degenerate music! Where you can be just who you want to be! In a ground-breaking collaboration between the Gate Theatre and ENO we are thrilled to present a cabaret of riotous, witty, and shockingly prophetic songs, banned by the Nazis in the 1930s. As the Nazis identified difference as something to be afraid of, the Weimar cabaret scene danced on with songs that celebrated it. With artists from Brecht and Weill to Schoenberg, this subversive underground scene was bursting at the seams with brilliant, visionary voices. No surprise then, that they were censored, exiled, and incarcerated shortly after as 'degenerates'. And their songs have been all but lost since. Until now.
International singers/songwriters Jamie Lonsdale and Friends provide their audiences with pure escapism; a fun feel-good, intimate evening of songs from the shows including their own additions. With comic, sad and romantic songs, Jamie and his starring guests take you on a journey through the spectrum of life. Friends have previously included Mary-Jess (winner of Chinese x-factor), Escala, Alexandra Kennedy, Tom Read-Wilson, Jennifer Clark, Virginia King, Lyndall Dawson, Robert Emery, Richard Knight, Victoria Lyon, Stephanie Benedetti, Flora McIntosh and the Arts Symphonic Orchestra.
Jamie raises tens of thousands of pounds from his concerts for his favourite charities which have included the Lullaby Trust, Children with Cancer (UK), Helen and Douglas House, Sobell House and various Church appeals. In 2017, the focus is on fundraising for the London homeless and this concert will be in aid of the charity Glass Door.
Favourite of worldwide hit TV phenomenom RuPaul's Drag Race, Jinkx Monsoon is the sassy alter ego of Portland born entertainer Jerick Hoffer.
An avid Broadway enthusiast, she loves nothing more than belting out a show stopper, so that's exactly what she plans on doing. In Jinkx Sings Everything, the audience will be able to suggest and request their favourite Broadway songs to be performed on-the-spot by this boozy chanteuse - accompanied on the piano by Joshua Stephen Kartas. Her improv skills and memory will be put to the test as she stumbles her way through this unforgettable show. No two performances will ever be the same!
The Magic Cavern at Barons Court is London's most intimate and enchanting theatre show of magic and illusion. You won't believe your eyes as you witness the seemingly impossible... Intimate magic and illusion show for the whole family - suitable for the young and the young at heart (6 years upwards)
With performances every Sunday at 15:00, 52 weeks of the year. This show is now in its 10th sensational year at this theatre. Have you seen it yet? Wherever you sit in this atmospheric theatre you are only a few feet away from the magic. Each show is approximately one hour and ten minutes. This venue has an open seating policy - sit wherever you feel happy. Doors open 15 minutes before the performance. Prepaid tickets can be collected at this time.
Actress, singer, dancer, Meow Meow is a cabaret diva of the highest order. Her kamikaze performance style has thrilled and inspired audiences globally with her shows The Little Match Girl and Apocalypse Meow and An Audience with Meow. Hard to classify, her collaborations span artforms and genres: Pink Martini, Barry Humphries, Symphonies and Philharmonic Orchestras and Amanda Palmer and the Dresden Dolls to name a few.
Meow Meow returns to Shakespeare's Globe for a Christmas show like no other. Following her appearance in Emma Rice's A Midsummer Night's Dream in 2016, the post-modern cabaret sensation brings her hilarious and heart-wrenching festive extravaganza to the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. This most untraditional of Christmas shows combines moments of hare-brained hijinks with poignant and tender reflections on loneliness, lost dreams and the apocalypse. You will not want to miss this chaotic whirlwind of a show, full of wit and surprises, all played out in the majestic setting of the Playhouse.
Musical comedy cabaret sensation ?recovering showgirl' Miss Hope Springs plays the piano and sings songs from her award-winning, all-original, self-penned, repertoire. Hysterical tales from her disastrous 'Ritz to the pits' life are interspersed with songs from her new record about her various paramours, from Tab Hunter to Noel Coward, and revelations about her scandalous showbiz shenanigans in Vegas, Paris and beyond. Still wearing the sequins she left the Pink Pelican Casino with in 1972, Hope brings you her blend of finger snapping pop, romantic rhumbas and sassy bossa novas in this laugh-out-loud, move-you-to-tears show.
A comic celebration of oddities. An examination of the consequences of flitting between the real and the inauthentic self. Your host Patrizia Paolini and friends take on the roles of the traditional music hall: all with a contemporary twist.
It s late, it s the weekend, it s Soho Later. An 11.30pm start and a 1am license, who s going to entertain you tonight? Hosted by comic Sarah Kendall and featuring comedy and cabaret acts from across the programme and special guest stars.
The Voice Mix returns to the Studio. Emily Saunders brings top international artists to The Voice Mix for an evening of outstanding music and entertainment. Recent guests have included Imaani & Snowboy, Elle Cato, Wayne Hernandez, Omar Puente, Marcus Joseph and Renato Paris . Guests for this events will be announced soon! Emily Saunders is an internationally renowned, critically acclaimed vocalist and composer who creates a powerful mix of Latin-infused grooves, infectious melodies, amazing vocal prowess, a soaring voice with rapid technical skill.
A series of one man monthly magic shows, for all the family, featuring some of the best magicians and acts in the UK. Expect award-winning magic, comedy, mind-bending illusions and clever sleight-of-hand from some of the country's finest.