MIDNIGHT APOTHECARY DOWN THE SHAFT WITH TRICITY VOGUE

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Description

Saturday 22 April 2017
18:00 - 22:30
Tickets from £7
Cabaret/Burlesque, Date Night, Food & Drink, Something A Little Different
Burlesque/Piano
South London
Over 18

Join us for an exceptionally special start to the spring season. We couldn't wait to get going but the weather's a bit unpredictable.  So we're going for a hybrid affair. Without further ado we are welcoming back superb sell-out cabaret star Tricity Vogue.

Upstairs in the roof garden you will be treated to the usual campfire shenanigans with complimentary toasted marshmallows, deluxe rum hot toddy stand, giant flares, hurricane lamps and the stirrings on spring. But we also invite you to descend the brand new grand staircase of Brunel's underground Grand Entrance Hall, described as one of the most exciting new performance spaces and cultural attractions in London today. It is here that you will be treated to an evening of cabaret, cocktails and candlelight.

Our divine seasonal botancial cocktails will be served in this cavernous wonderland, lovingly made by award winning author, gardener, mixologist and founder of Midnight Apothecary, Lottie Muir. You are welcome to bring your drinks up into the garden above or cosy up down below.

For your extra special delectation ukulele-wielding, cross-dressing "master showgirl" Tricity Vogue will entertain you with cheeky original cabaret show tunes, drinking songs, plenty of costume changes and an opportunity for a singalong.  Ms Vogue has been a sparkling light on the London Cabaret scene for over a decade, charming audiences across the capital and the country with her trademark wit, quirk and sauce. Her last show here sold out.

The firepit, flares and toasted marshmallows will remain aglow for  you to enjoy in the garden throughout the evening. Tricity will perform at regular intervals giving you time to sample our delights above and below ground.

And of course we will be joined by the extraordinarily talented Despina Siahuli, famed Greek chef and founder of PAN who will be serving up lovingly prepared sizzling hot food in the Engine House.

It promises to be another magical evening of mirth, merriment and marshmallows.  We do hope you will join us.


“Tricity Vogue and her uke… recipe for one of the finest shows you’ll
 see. It’s cabaret to run down side-streets for – just get there early.”

Time Out London Critics’ Choice

“Celebrated London cabaret singer Tricity Vogue loves performing, and
 it shows. The big red smile on her face is contagious from the start.”
**** Broadway Baby

“Tricity Vogue - she of the twinkly eye, swoonsome voice and cheeky ukulele”

Time Out London Critics’ Choice

A storming slice of cabaret. **** ThreeWeeks

“Anyone else a massive fan of the divine Miss Vogue and her ukulele? Thought so.”

Time Out London Critics’ Choice




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Location

Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden
Railway Avenue, London, SE16 4LF

Area:
London

Nearest station:
Rotherhithe (Rail)

Terms

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Venue

Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden

A cutesy space atop the heralded Brunel Museum, this rooftop garden is an intimate and charming space to take in the...

Organiser

Lottie Muir

Lottie Muir is the gardener, author, mixologist and founder of Midnight Apothecary. She built the rooftop garden in 2012. Her book 'Wild Cocktails from the Midnight Apothecary' is the Fortnum & Mason Food and Drink Awards Debut Drink Book of the Year 2016

http://www.thecocktailgardener.co.uk

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Friendly people, delicious cocktails, more room than expected in the roof garden to sit and chat with friends, great cabaret show, very glad they had a food stand as well Lisa visited Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden on 22 Apr 2017
27 Apr 2017 by
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Great night and delicious cocktails Lottie visited Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden on 22 Apr 2017
26 Apr 2017 by
5

Cocktails were good. Upstairs garden was nice. The "cabaret" was disappointing. I thought there would be far more food options but there was only the one stall. A lot of hype around this event, but it really didn't deliver. Disappointing overall and I wouldn't go back again. visited Brunel Museum Rooftop Garden on 22 Apr 2017
26 Apr 2017 by
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