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Blanc de Blanc © Pamela Raith
Blanc de Blanc © Pamela Raith

Blanc de Blanc: Bringing a touch of Vegas to London

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Blanc de Blanc – a sexually infused circus spectacular – is playing at the London Hippodrome until Sunday August 28 and Sandip Kana went along to the press preview for What’s On London.

Blanc de Blanc provides a wonderful evening of burlesque circus, that enthrals for hours.  If you’re looking for good clean fun, then this isn’t the production for you.  But if you want something to take your breath away, book your tickets now.

Themed around champagne and choreographed by the masterminds of Madonna’s Rebel Heart Tour, the production leaves little to the imagination: full of sexual innuendo and plenty of skin – maybe a little too much at times.  Initially conceived by Strut & Fret Production House, Blanc de Blanc has the potential to become an iconic piece of entertainment and brings a touch of Las Vegas to the heart of London.  

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Category: Theatre
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UnCorked Theatre presents ‘How To Solve A Problem Like Murder’

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By Ian Cater, Chief Features Writer

With How To Solve A Problem Like Murder, UnCorked Theatre delivers one of the most intriguing, voyeuristic and memorable evenings in London right now: a captivating mixture of immersive theatre, murder-mystery and burlesque.  

The second you arrive at the venue – Paradise by way of Kensal Green – you become part of a complex and challenging reality, which claims you until the moment the murderer is finally unmasked.  The onus is on you to select your chief suspects and closely watch what they do and how they do it.  Our advice: get tickets while you can and then keep your wits about you.

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Category: Dance
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Miss Nightingale Review – Sex, Scandals and Showbiz

Miss Nightingale, The Burlesque Musical brings gin, gents and garter-belts to life – but not as you know it.

Written and composed by Matthew Bugg, Miss Nightingale not only explores themes of sex, scandal and showbiz but more importantly, struggle, in London in the 1940’s.

Feisty northern songbird Maggie Brown (Amber Topaz) has moved to London in search of fame and fortune. She spends her days as a war nurse, but at night, Maggie relentlessly auditions at every cabaret bar with her friend and songwriter George (Ilan Goodman).

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Category: Theatre