Shore Leave Pop-Up this Saturday at Old Vic Tunnels - Special Offer

Shore Leave Pop-Up this Saturday at Old Vic Tunnels – Special Offer

Shore Leave Pop-Up at the Old Vic Tunnels | Sat 29th September 8pm-2am | £10-12

SPECIAL OFFER: £8 advance tickets online only through To Do List – Click the link above (or here) and submit the promo code ‘TODO’ in the top right hand corner before selecting your tickets. Simple.

Find out more about the night here and RSVP on Facebook here

Ladies and ‘Gentlemen’, Bouys and Gals, Rakes, Roues and Harlots all…..London’s infamous drunken sailor party returns to your life after being sodden drunk for the summer for a one-off, pop-up special event at the Old Vic Tunnels in the arches deep beneath Waterloo station!

Shore Leave has been running the most rowdiest and stylishly decadent, delinquent and debauched sailor parties in London for nigh-on 3 years, bringing ashore the finest dirty jazz’n’swing, stomping folk’n’shanties, rocknroll, cabaret and burlesque acts and performers from all over London and all around the world… Oh, and it has thrown parties for the likes of Selfridges, Green Man Festival, Secret Garden Party, Adam Ant, Queens of Noize and more….

Featuring Live music from Charlie Khan! www.facebook.com/­charliekhanofficial

Miss Cookie the Cutter sings the blues on the Big Yellow Boogie-Woogie piano!

Live performance and burleqsque, putting the ‘Naughty’ into Nautical!

Shore Leave’s infamous Tug O’ War, featuring genuine Ship’s Cable!

Johnny DeMonique’s Famous Shore Leave Tattoo Shack!

McKraken and DeMorgan DJing – spinning the plates and wrecking the room with Chanson, Shanties, Polkas, Waltzes and more…

Shore Leave Postcard PhotoBooth! Send yer loved ones a saucy ‘wish u were here..’!

And the usual rum, dancing, tarot reading, bunting…!

Just a Tenner through OVT website, or 12 quid on door…

Sat 29th sept 8-2am, Old Vic Tunnels, Waterloo baby!

 

Rupert Dannreuther

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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.