As autumn arrives, combat the shorter days with fabulous cabaret nights! This week, Kate Bush fanatics, circus junkies and comedy cravers are in for a treat…
Brace yourselves, Kate fanatics: Wuthering Nights are coming to London with a Bush bash to remember, complete with excessive smoke machines, Kate masks, Kate lyric posters, Kate underwear, Kate visuals, and plenty of Kate capes for swirling around the dance floor.
Dressing up is positively encouraged, with Bush obsessed DJs keeping the classics coming into the early hours.
Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, 15th September. Tickets from £8.00. Find out more and purchase tickets.
Featuring three performers on an aerial platform as precarious as our perceptions. A single action changes everything, but everything is not always what it seems.
12th – 16th September, Jacksons Lane. Tickets from £8.00.
Join the self-declared siren from South Yorkshire as she stands trial seeking redemption from you, her adoring audience. She’ll tell you herself, ‘the devil made me do it!’
13th September, Underbelly Festival. Tickets from £12.50.
Come join British-Chinese provocateur pop artist Le Fil, as he, she or it explores a 24/7 world of gay-straight men, desire and objectification through a fusion of “hip-thrusting, pounding music, twisted autobiography and gender-bending performance art”.
14th September, Hackney Showroom. Tickets from £10.00.
A night full of cutting edge performances from the freshly deceased and immersive theatrical depravity. Hosted by ‘international man of misery’ Tom Baker, and featuring Snake Fervour, Missa Blue and Carmen Mon Oxide.
14th September, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. Tickets £8.00.
Broadway veteran and Mad Men star Bryan Batt returns with his one-man cabaret show paying tribute to his life growing up in New Orleans, the city that fostered his love of music and theatre.
15 – 17th September, Live at Zedel. Tickets from £25.00.
Hot off their tour of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Gingzilla and Cazeleonare delighted to bring back TOPLESS: The Path To Extinction. Under threat of extinction, how do they survive the harsh realities of London life and prevent themselves from becoming the last of their kind?
17th September, Live at Zedel. Tickets from £15.00.