A Night of Dark Cabaret with Joe Black & Special Guests EastEnd Cabaret!
Sedition Industries brings you A Night of Dark Cabaret with Joe Black & Special Guests EastEnd Cabaret!
Tickets on sale NOW!
Date: Saturday, 19th May 2012
Time: Doors @ 9pm
Venue: The Twisted Pepper, Middle Abbey Street
Advance tickets are €18.50
On the door entry will be €22.00
The neo-vaudevillian, the real life Disney villain, the gin-addled courtesan, the anti-christ of cabaret and the one and only waltzing cynic…
Eccentric to international stages, Joe Black takes to shows in an almost cartoon-esque theatrical assault, sweeping the audiences through an array of show tunes, ballads, and a rather varied but fine selection of morally questionable entertainment.
Though seemingly unable to fit into any particular category, Joe Black has none the less defied description and taken to stages across the world.
Joe Black, or Mister Black, if you’d prefer?
Is no stranger to the ridiculous, the sometimes disturbing, or the downright shocking world of entertainment.
As well as regularly treading the boards of the sell out sensation that is the worlds biggest fetish club Torture Garden and international tours with the critically acclaimed Ministry of Burlesque, he also hosts his own sell out residency in the lavish Edwardian Kings Theatre, in Hampshire.
An entertaining and inspiring cabaret artist, with a constant stream of theatrical endeavours across the UK, Europe and internationally.
Exiled from a distant corner of the Eastern Bloc, salacious Soviet diva Bernadette Byrne and her freakish musician accomplice Victor Victoria lure their audience into a strange world of pilfered propaganda, intimate tales, satirically subverted classics from Kurt Weill to the Kings of Leon, and their own darkly comical songs.
Featured on the cover of Time Out Magazine heralded as ‘Cabaret Superstars’ crowned “The Queens of Musical Smut” and having just been nominated for the inaugural ‘London Cabaret Awards 2012’ the unconventional double act have won widespread praise for their first full-length show, which debuted at Edinburgh Fringe this year.
With full houses every night of their four-week run, EastEnd Cabaret received four and five star reviews across the board, as well as a Total Theatre “Emerging Company” award nomination, and even a coveted “Must See” stamp-of-approval from The Stage.
As purveyors of brazen and brave contemporary cabaret, EastEnd Cabaret delivered one of the most exciting new shows to emerge from the London cabaret scene in recent years.