REVIEWED | Queeriosity Manchester
So if you find yourself in Canal Street on a Saturday night, I would highly recommend a visit to see Queeriosity, the new curious cabaret.
CABARET REVIEW | Black Cat: Bohemia
★★☆☆☆ | Black Cat: Bohemia The Black Cat cabaret has been slinking its way round the London circuit for a good few years and frankly, it’s starting to look a bit mangey round the haunches. This autumn’s incarnation is themed around Bohemia with an attempt at a demi-monde atmosphere but which has about as much relation […]
THEATRE REVIEW | La Soiree
★★★★ | La Soiree The best show in Central London is now playing for a limited time only in Leicester Square – it’s La Soiree! Back in London for a 7th time, La Soiree is a theatrical experience that will wow and shock you – it’s circus, vaudeville and burlesque all rolled up into one […]
REVIEW | Cirque Du Cabaret, London Wonderground
★★★★ | Cirque Du Cabaret, London Wonderground The Wonderground features a packed programme of circus, cabaret and family entertainment, all taking place in the beautiful 1920s Paradiso Spiegeltent. There’s also oddities, curiosities and eccentricities from the Sideshow Wonderland run by Guinness World Record-Holder, The Space Cowboy, and the 60-metre high Star Flyer gives you an […]
THEATRE REVIEW | Swingin’ At The Savoy With Holly Penfield
For any first-timer- and even seasoned veterans – any arrival at the Savoy is as entrancing as entering some exotic, virtually endless, opium dream. With exquisite cheekbones kissed by pale neon, absinthe green, you’re instantly folded into the architectural arms of an Art Deco wonderland, and baptised by the liquid chandelier of the Savoy’s front-facing […]
CABARET REVIEW | Shaken And Stirred
‘Shaken and Stirred’, the newest cabaret night to hit the Soho Scene is the brainchild of Samantha Renke and Zak Black, also known as ‘Verve Couture’. Their bespoke entertainment company, established in 2006 is holding the event to raise money in aid of the Brittle Bone Society. This evening of music, burlesque and Brazilian Dance […]
I Love You But Gets Extension
Following a run of successful shows at Soho Theatre, Latitude and beyond, this creative collision of cabaret, live art and film conceived by award-winning director Nathan Evans celebrates the final date of its 2012 tour by venturing east with a grand finale of I Love You But We Only Have Fourteen Minutes To Save The […]
THEATRE REVIEW: Carnival Queens: The Lady Boys Of Bankok
It’s been a sunny couple of days up here in the North East, and I’ve been looking forward to the Lady Boys of Bangkok’s annual northern takeover for weeks!