London Wonderground | Southbank Centre | May 8 - September 30

London Wonderground | Southbank Centre | May 8 – September 30

Missing Udderbelly’s big purple cow-full of joy? Fear not, for London Wonderground, the spiegeltent of wondrous spectacle, continues – BIGGER & BETTER THAN EVER!

London Wonderground is expanding to fill the void left behind since the big purple cow shifted it’s hefty heffer arse!

They Say:

That’s right! We’re expanding to launch a tremendous playground for the people – including aerialists, sideshows, fairground rides, a bandstand, food stalls and a museum of weird on wonderful creatures!!

We Say:

F*@k Yeah!

We’ve picked out a few highlights for you to stick on your London Wonderground To Do List – and you can find the full line-up here.

Saturday Night at the Spiegeltent | Various Saturdays until August 25 | 10:45pm | £17.50

Variety is the spice of life, right? Well, how better to get your Saturday night juices flowing than a proper good ol’ night of comedy, music, clowns, and who knows what else?!

Cantina | May 8 – September 30 | Various Times | £10 – £15

We can’t wait for Cantina! Vaudeville, circus, acrobatics, magic, dance, live music… it’s got everything. Featuring artists from Circa, La Clique, Acrobat and Circus Oz, Cantina is a must see!_

EastEnd Cabaret | July 26 | 9:30pm | £12.50

To Do List favourites, EastEnd Cabaret combine accordions with risque comedy – ’nuff said. Be prepared – as they say, “you have nothing to lose but your chains… and your innocence”.
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Hercules & Love Affair | August 6 | 8:00pm | £25

A disco inferno starring Hercules and Love affair and featuring guest vocalists John Grant and Antony. Also, the UK premiere of Louisiana bounce sensation Sissy Nobby.

Boom Boom Club: Prospero’s Tavern | July 19 – August 4 | £25

Welcome to the boozer at the end of the world, where flotsam and jetsam gather to tell tall tales of times gone by. Kaleidoscopic cabaret featuring a revolving cast and live rock’n’roll soundtrack. Spectacular circus, heart-breaking song, and surreal comedy rub shoulders at the party which never, ever ends.

 

 

Stuart Wilson

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like: nice pubs, film marathons, not doing real marathons, bad comedy, plays/musicals with shorter second halves, and the Oxford comma.