Headlining London’s latest erection are Cantina who will be making their London debut. Think of them as the Aussie version of circus spectacular La Soiree and you won’t be too far off or, hopefully, disappointed. They will be playing their 18+ show in the tent from May through to September so if your idea of an international feast of skillful athletic talent isn’t Euro 2012 or the Olympics, this could be just the ticket.
Alongside Cantina are some highly-rate Londonist favourites. Raunchy communist duo EastEnd Cabaret return to the capital after their award-winning tour down under to present their latest show The Revolution Will Be Sexual. Meanwhile, the Boom Boom Club follow their sold out shows at the Royal Albert Hall and the Old Vic Tunnels with Prospero’s Tavern, a kinky and kooky take on William Shakespeare’s The Tempest.
After rocking the Roundhouse on St Patrick’s Day, the Irish lass with the golden voice Camille O’Sullivan plays a series of events. The beautifully bizarre Bourgeois and Maurice and their neo-cabaret antics can be seen alone in We Started A Band or as part of this year’s Alternative Eurovision (which they won in 2010).
Full ticket and event information on the Priceless London Wonderground can be found here.