Whether you love music, comedy, circus, cabaret or something else – there is something for everyone at this year’s Underbelly!
TWO WEEKS UNTIL BUMPER 10th YEAR KICKS OFF – HERE’S WHAT’S COMING UP IN APRIL
- Highlights include: Circus Abyssinia, Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho, The Dark Room, Nina Conti & Aliens Love Underpants
- 6 APRIL–30 SEPTEMBER, SOUTHBANK, LONDON SE1 8XX
Now preparing for a 10th year on the Southbank and having smashed through the million-tickets-sold barrier last year, Underbelly Festival Southbank will open in just two weeks with a dazzling array of circus, comedy, cabaret, family entertainment, food and drink.
Continue reading “NEWS: It’s that time of year again – the big inflatable cow is gracing the Southbank again for UNDERBELLY 6th April – 30th September @UnderbellyFest @Robbotron”
#Tweetingit – 1* Not at all representative of the shows usually linked to London Wonderground – a thin script and gimmicky theatrical devices left this reviewer in the dark.
The lights come up, the clapping carries on longer than I expect, “I genuinely have no idea what just happened.” A few glances between couples begin and then we filter out to try to figure out what on earth we just saw.
Continue reading “Review: 1* Cut @thevaultsuk @LdnWonderground “
On a balmy summer’s evening in Waterloo, by the riverside, is a riot of cabaret proportions. I passed through a giant archway heralding the beginning of the Udderbelly festival, flanked by an idyllic setting of seating blended perfectly into greenery, flanked by a variety of stores selling preposterously up-market victuals. It’s like a pub garden in Narnia.
Suddenly the stage becomes more smoky than a club in the 90’s, and the performers appear. Mannish is playing keyboard and wearing what can only be described as spandex and sparkly genius. He is joined in short order by Frisky, who is precisely what Paloma Faith would be if she possessed any intellect. Continue reading “Review:4**** Frisky & Mannish – CabaRIOT @UdderbellyFest @friskynmannish”