The drag superstar performs with the London Gay Mens Chorus and Maria Friedman to raise funds for the choir’s work.
Kerry Fitzgerald is an actress, model, writer, event manager and general jack-of-all-trades. First introduced to the world of cabaret by the gloriously funny Fitzrovia Radio Hour and subsequently by the company behind La Reve and Bête Noire, Kerry has done everything from stage managing to front of house for some of London's most loved shows and can't wait to carry on gawping at all of the beautiful, talented creatures that London is filled with.
Underground sensations Jake and Amir have amassed a loyal following thanks to their weekly video episodes and their new podcast. But how well did the two Americans translate their online show to a live London audience?
Mimed games in a mimed world sweep over a gasping, laughing crowd of different ages, courtesy of the one-man tour de force by French clown Julien Cottereau.
Will the Horne Section be able to translate their bawdy hit Edinburgh Fringe show to the Southbank Centre?
With added music and storytelling from the cabaret-inspired musical mavericks, Shakespeare’s classic becomes a world to gawp at and get lost in.
Shakespeare, death and puppets: the Tiger Lillies return with their take on Hamlet this week.
The lead singer of punk cabaret trio The Tiger Lillies discusses a Soho murder, Hamlet and silent movies.
Is this late-night blend of comedy, burlesque and circus worth staying up for?
Mod Carousel’s dancer discusses twincest, London accents and tight clothing.
Performed by Seattle boylesque troupe Mod Carousel, this spandex-laden superhero spectacle pitches a trio of metahuman strippers against a singing villainess in a colourful, fun and sexy show.