Review: Meow Meow’s Little Match Girl

Review: Meow Meow’s Little Match Girl

The droll theatricality of her live sets and her boisterous stage persona have made Meow Meow the leading artist in the international cabaret circuit. After an acting stint at Kneehigh Theatre’s West End production of The Umbrellas of Cherbourg last year, the...
Review: The Boy With Tape on His Face

Review: The Boy With Tape on His Face

If audience participation is the mainstay of the cabaret diet, then The Boy With Tape on His Face is a lavish feast of unpredictable entertainment. Relying on little more than backing tracks, props and a constant flow of volunteers onstage, the groundbreaking comic...
Review: Burlesque Assassins

Review: Burlesque Assassins

The Cold War was never this hot. Canadian director Jonathan Joffe’s debut feature The Burlesque Assassins deploys pasties, parachutes and pastiche in a preposterous rollercoaster ride of action-packed espionage satire. With a select contingent of international...
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