White Mischief: Cabaret, Dressing Up, British Sea Power

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White Mischief: Cabaret, Dressing Up, British Sea Power

If you missed out on Halloween fancy dress or just want an excuse to get decked out in Victorian garb, then White Mischief offers the perfect opportunity.

White Mischief is a night of cabaret, vaudeville, and live music that encourages audience participation and dressing up. The event will be taking over Scala in Kings Cross this Saturday from 8pm until the wee hours. This show's theme is 'From The Earth To The Moon' and promises to be full of Jules Verne-inspired madness, including 'trips through time with an Edwardian space pirate,' (no idea what that means, but when was the last time anyone complained about anything pirate related?).

Bands for the evening include co-curators Kunta Kinte, and Brighton's nature-loving fiends British

Sea Power are headlining. The award-winning 1927 Cabaret will be offering-up (small surprise) cabaret - a good chance to catch them before they take their show Off-Broadway in New York.

By Amanda Farah

White Mischief: From the Earth to the Moon, Saturday 10 November, 8pm to 3am at Scala, Kings Cross. Tickets (including a code to save £5) and tips for costume rentals are available at White Mischief's website here.

Last Updated 08 November 2007