1890: Undisputed queen of the Parisian café concert, Yvette Guilbert mesmerizes Sigmund Freud, becomes his friend and starts a correspondence with him (Episode 1).
1900: She departs to New York where she invents and explores the rythme fondu repertoire, precursor of poetry slam (Episode 2).
Performed in a photobooth, you are treated to four snapshots from the very worst moments of Scottee's life – from stealing money from his nan to pretending one of his friends committed suicide – Scottee's not afraid to let his bad side rear its ugly head.
Bremner Duthie, Big Empty Barn Productions.
One final, desperate show! A dance on the edge of the abyss! The vanquished impresario of a ruined Berlin cabaret takes the stage, honouring his lost friends and singing the greatest cabaret songs ever written. '33 is about the power of music and the courage to keep going.
BaLaylah Productions welcomes you to the Rueful Morgana, a dilapidated music
hall and vaudeville theatre in the heart of 19th-century Baltimore, known
to its seedy and insalubrious clientele as the Rue Morgue. Yet among the
contortionists, ventriloquists, musicians, and good-time girls who haunt
the tables at this…
blackSKYwhite Theatre / The Assembly Rooms.
Omega. A hoochie-coochie carnival for the end of time. Out from the sideshow shadows creep an astounding array of mythical freaks, ageless hucksters, and mind-twisting curiosities. Raised from apocryphal texts, warped by black mirrors and prisms. Masters of the macabre…