Love and sacrifice: an appropriate theme for this time of year, where light and dark meet; and an acknowledgment of those who have loved and made sacrifices before us. Nowhere else but in love does pain and pleasure intertwine so intricately. On this night of alternative cabaret performances, we try to express ourselves as honestly as we can, through art. Perhaps the experience will be cathartic for us all.
We are happy to announce that Julian Briottet, a brilliant man with a sizeable discography to his name, will be the DJ for the night!
His sounds will create a mesh into which the artists may weave their mindwaves …
Ant ‘The GameCat’ Smith performance poet will make you hate yourself for laughing. 2012 Edinburgh award winner delivering poetry as you’ve never heard it – unless you’ve heard him before.
We bring the breed” by Dark Soul Dance Theatre
We come here , brought by unknown fatal force. As a part of everything we are born, and we love, fight and die. We create and express our love into being. We make the biggest sacrifice of all – we give our life to experience death.
Choreography and dancing:
D.Rich live guitar
Future Sound of London
“Got your 6″ by Collective Conundrum
Women. Free and wild. Not Fair Game! True to Cabaret, the trio play on audience intimacy, femininity, satire and seduction.
Direction: Esther Fuge. Dancer: Claire Lavernhe, Chloe Mead and Esther Fuge.
Sharon Zachariah and Ben Zachariah sing, play and compose soul-baring pieces that touch and hold you – perhaps these songs will stay with you. A self-reflective, layered performance of piano, vocals and poetry as concept improvisation, exploring mood and meaning.
When I Build It – a performative monologue by Errol MacGlashan inspired by the film Field of Dreams starring Kevin Costner.
Daphna “MissD” Baram is a London based stand up comedian. She runs the weekly comedy night MissD’s Silver Hammer at the Distillers Arms in Hammersmith on Mondays. “Loud and vivacious” (Three Weeks, Edinburgh), “An Israeli femme fatale with a sassy feminine charm” (Broadway Baby, Edinburgh).