Three Things I’ve Learned at the Double R Club

Three Things I’ve Learned at the Double R Club

Three years of “lynchian cabaret and burlesque” can teach unforgettable lessons to the fiendish wretches who breathe those sordid fumes month after month. Like the Giant from Twin Peaks, the three masterminds behind The Double R Club will tell you three things....
Review: When Worlds Collide: Greatest Hits

Review: When Worlds Collide: Greatest Hits

The year ended with an exceptional show for When Worlds Collide. Returning to a newly refurbished Pavilion at the Vibe Bar on Brick Lane, the monthly revue departed from its usual format of themed nights to present a “greatest hits” selection of previous...
Review: The Double R Club’s Third Birthday

Review: The Double R Club’s Third Birthday

How can you improve an addictive evening of transgressive delights like The Double R Club? Cake is a good beginning. Celebrating three years of vaudevillian insanity “inspired directly or indirectly” by the work of David Lynch on September 20th, the award-winning...
Review: Dirty Shame

Review: Dirty Shame

Film, gig or cabaret? Ticket holders to Emerald Fontaine’s Dirty Shame can do all three under one roof on a night out. Inspired by the celluloid filth of director John Waters, this variety hybrid is a gaudy joyride of American kitsch and tongue-in-cheek rock and roll...
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