Wicked cabaret and burlesque in Brick Lane
DINERS will be taken on a journey to the dark side of burlesque and musical comedy as Des O Connor, not the perma-tanned game show host but the quick-witted king of alt cabaret, hosts a season at Brick Lane supper club The Brickhouse. Des will hold court
DINERS will be taken on a journey to the dark side of burlesque and musical comedy as Des O'Connor, not the perma-tanned game show host but the quick-witted king of alt cabaret, hosts a season at Brick Lane supper club The Brickhouse.
Des will hold court at the gates of Hades as each of his Fallen Angels reveals an irredeemable tale of her descent into damnation.
The show features the darkest stars of the London burlesque scene in what Des claims is will be a night of tragic beauty and hypnotic desire.
Nick House, owner of The Brickhouse says: "Fallen Angels promises a multi-media entertainment experience unlike any dinner cabaret the capital has seen before.
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"We are delighted to welcome this truly unique show to The Brickhouse and invite guests to enjoy the show over dinner or cocktails for a hilarious, spectacular and unforgettable night of entertainment."
Audiences can book a table for dinner for the full supper club experience. The menu includes foie gras with caramelised apples and parsnip cream, pan-fried salmon with fennel, cress and white wine veloute and raspberry sorbet with cinnamon sugar.
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Non-diners can watch the show from the ground floor bar while supping cocktails wine or champagne.
Des O'Connor's Fallen Angels is at The Brickhouse in Brick Lane until Saturday, October 31.
Tickets cost �7 Tuesday-Thursday and �10 Friday and Saturday with a full a-la-carte menu available for people wishing to dine.
Visit www.thebrickhouse.co.uk or call 020 7247 005 to book.