- Venue: Madame JoJo's
- Address: 8-10 Brewer Street, Soho, London, W1F OSE
VENUE – Madame Jojo’s, 8 – 10 Brewer Street, London, W1F 0SE
PRICE – £12 (£10 in advance)
Join the Finger in the Pie family on November 3rd for a gunpowderkeg-full of London’s HOTTEST new acts! This month, in honour of that cheeky scoundrel Guy Fawkes we’ve got a host of FIERCE, FANTASTIC and FIERY acts for you! Get hot under the collar for gorgeous Scarlett Belle with her new fire act, be blown away by the red hot Lady May-Den Voyage, indulge in devilish thoughts with Sugar Rush and fan the fire of desire for Violet Blaze! The sensational Michael Twaits hosts the night with these incredible acts along with many, many more!
NOVEMBER 3RD HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:
LADY MAY’S GRADUATION
With dreams of becoming a glamorous showgirl, Lady May’s father packed her off to naval officer college to rid her of sequins & silliness, but she did not allow those dreams to be quashed entirely….
JOE DEVIVRE AND THE CIRCLE OF FRIEND
Joe is a cabaret pianist and song interpreter. Radina is a Russian performance artist. Together they are attempting to exorcise some pretty serious demons, through the duelling mediums of music and art. Please show the requisite decorum, and refrain from laughter or applause – This is not Blackpool pier.
SUGAR RUSH’S VENDETTA
A traditional bump and grind routine with a rock n roll twist.
The Spanish lady Madame Señorita came to London so she could be famous as a singer. But lately staying focused has become a struggle for her, because she often gets distracted thinking that she may have found her true love amongst the members of the audience, and she will use any possible strategy to prove she is right.
Motivational speaker and lifestyle guru, Victor Brainchild will be giving a short talk and answering questions relating to his latest publication, “How to be happy without any effort whatsoever”.
JON BRITTAIN’S MARGARET THATCHER
She’s back! The iron lady with a heart of gold is slapping on the sparkles for her new career as a cabaret sensation. Expect singing, dancing, and free school milk for all! ‘Glamourous, funny and horrifying with the best Mrs Thatcher since Spitting Image’s Steve Nallon’ (Arthur Smith) ‘Glorious camp with political punch’ (Times) ‘Hilarious’ (Sosogay.co.uk) ‘Disrespectful’ (Daily Telegraph)