Boom Boom Club to open Prospero's Tavern at London Wonderground
It may only be a just over a week since the Underbelly on London’s Southbank opened its doors but cabaret stars across the capital are eagerly looking ahead to when the London Wonderground arrives with aplomb next month.
Among the acts set to grace the stage, Cabaret troupe the Boom Boom Club are set to perform a number of shows titled Prospero’s Tavern, which is loosely based on Shakespeare’s Tempest.
Described as ‘the boozer at the end of the world and Davy Jones' Lock-in, the party which never, ever ends’ the tavern has been billed as a kaleidoscopic band of lost souls gather from far and wide to tell tall tales of times gone by.
The interactive theatre event will invite it’s ship-wrecked guests assemble outside the venue they are greeted by a various and assorted band of salacious sea wenches and gypsy musicians, who warn of a great storm coming.
Those who venture within can expect sobbing widows, nautical adventurers, Titanic ballroom dancers, and the gabbling landlord Prospero
Among the performers will be Phil Kay, Nina Conti, Lady Carol Kitty Bang Bang, Sarah Louise Young, Lucky Franco, So & So Circus, Eastend Cabaret and others.
Prospero’s tavern is open for business during June, July and August. For more information visit www.pricelesslondonwonderground.co.uk
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