The last hurrahs of ‘Being Louche’!

Being Louche 2016 - flyer front

LAST CHANCE TO SEE!

After a sold out first run, Being Louche returns for two FINAL evenings of hi-jinks, humour and hollering, song and storytelling, vituperate verse and volatility.

That’s right, TWO DATES ONLY in the sumptuous velvet womb of the London Wonderground spiegeltent ! FULLY SEATED! AIR CONDITIONED!

Tuesday August 9th & Wednesday August 10th!

GET  Y O U R  TICKETS HERE!

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Audience reaction to Being Louche:

“A triumph. A feast of first rate storytelling and song.” – Desmond O’Connor, singer/songwriter, cabaret institution

“Superb show, brilliant, brilliant, brilliant!” – Ginger Blush, burlesque performer extraordinaire

“Absolutely awesome!” – Marnie Scarlet, rubberist performance legend

“Dark, humane and wickedly funny.” –Toby Whithouse, writer/creator Being Human, The Game

“Fantastic show!” – Mr. Von Hugo, Flaneur, Auteur, Artist

“An unsettling delight. A provocative peek into a dangerously creative mind.” – Anna Richards, author of Little Gods

“I continue to be haunted.” – Tricity Vogue, creator of Heels Of Glory and all-round ukulele goddess

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louche [loosh]
adj.
Of questionable taste or morality; decadent, dubious, shady; disreputable or sordid in a rakish or appealing way.

What makes an outwardly normal little boy from a well-balanced family grow up to be a hyperbolic, aberrant and painted purveyor of morally questionable entertainment?

Through song, soliloquy and singular shtick, rant, rhyme and unreason, Benjamin Louche (winner ‘Best Host’ at the 2014 London Cabaret Awards) charts his slow and worrying malformation from wannabe actor to munchkin, to mummy, to malcontent mime, to wannabe novelist, into the dark, the disquieting and the quintessentially LOUCHE.

“Reliably Sinister” -Time Out

“His crumbling poetics [are] a blur of arcane wordage and macabre lustre, a deliciously jaded decadence” –Freq.org.uk

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~ by benjaminlouche on July 28, 2016.

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