Cheeseburger & Friends EIRINI KARTSAKI TOMTHOM DAVIDAY DYKE Javier Costales CHEESEBURGER
Saturday 9th November 2019
@ Aces And Eights Bar
£3.00 + Concessions
London's finest Avant sleaze Art-Cabaret
Get down early for seats, flowers and candles -
DOORS OPEN 8.30 – SHOW STARTS 8.45
£5 entry – £3 the unwaged, students, nurses, local traders & the broken hearted!
Cheeseburger & Friends »
CHEESEBURGER & FRIENDS - Avant-Cabaret night at Aces & Eights...
Always a stunning line up of quality, left-field artful entertainment :
AND Always with CHEESEBURGER bookending the night...
Only £5 on the door or £3 discounts for students, nurses, local traders and the heartbroken!
A guaranteed great night will be had by all and expected to sell-out as have their recent events so PLEASE arrive early!
EIRINI KARTSAKI »
Simply extraordinary - opening up and opening out, extending and contracting, banging against the wall- this is for all the women who were told they are too much, but kept wanting more
(photo by Christa Holka)
Darlings of live art performance and the London Underground scene – watch your backs.
DAVIDAY DYKE »
King of comedy, fecker of patriarchy and loves to get his chest out...
Javier Costales »
Our now resident, perpetually challenging, unsettling and sometimes awkward absurdist MC, comedian and story-teller, seer, un-settler and absurdist comic mind is BACK to thrill and unbalance once again in the awkward and mind-expanding void...
Tonight Javier shows us his exceptional skills in the role of our host and MC for the night; pulling all the strings with his deft and absurdist comic magic.
Quite possibly the most skewed, off-kilter Country-Punk band you are likely to come across outside of the strip club in Roberto Rodriguez 'From Dusk Til Dawn'
In fact it's that cinematic quality that would also ensure they sit perfectly on the soundtrack to a David Lynch Road Movie meets Zombie High school disco!
Surf music with a shark attack guaranteed and the beach turns red!
"Awesome and in flux – ramshackle dystopian blues and slices of David Lynch out-take soundtracks."