Hot on the heels of sell-out success of Soirée In A Cemetery comes Soirée Subterranea, another night of electric and eclectic entertainment in an undisclosed Zone 2 venue on 29 November.

You can join Phil Kay and his band of a dozen funky monks at a secret underground location on 29 November.  Image: Gordon Scammel

Join Phil Kay and his band of a dozen funky monks at a secret underground location on 29 November.

Those lucky enough to bag a ticket to Soirée In A Cemetery will have seen Stewart Lee headline a variety bill featuring a choir, poetry, puppets, dancers and a crepuscular camber through one of London’s oldest resting places.

This time around, the adventure is titled Soirée Subterranea and the inspiration is the 18th century Hellfire Club where “persons of quality” would gather to take part in immoral acts. Quite what happened back then is shrouded in mystery but the modern day equivalent on 29 November will see comedian Phil Kay and a cast of 12 monks lead an audience through a night of profane and profound rituals. Sup on Hellfire Stew, quaff some absinthe and prepare to be ordained into the sacred order of the Monks of Bernaise.

For one lucky person, we have a pair of tickets to give away. To get your hands on them, you can enter the competition in one of three ways.

● Follow @ThisIsCabaret on Twitter and re-tweet our post about the competition

● Join the cutest cadre of fans ever on our Facebook page and share our competition image.

● E-mail with the subject line COMPETITION-SUBTERRANEA.

Choose one of the above. The competition’s deadline is 10am on WEDNESDAY 26 NOVEMBER 2014. This Is Cabaret will choose one winner by lucky draw and contact them with details on how to redeem their prize. By submitting an entry to this competition you confirm that you are at least 18 years old and have read and accepted our Terms and Conditions.

The venue will be announced to the winner on the day. For those traditionalists amongst you, tickets for this show can be bought for £25 each online here.

Image: Gordon Scammel