EDINBURGH’S  ‘SECRET’  VAUDEVILLE…

Vaud Party

NEXT SHOW: Saturday 27th September

THE DEVIL’S CUT
(Downstairs at The Angels Share)

11 Hope Street
Edinburgh
EH2 4EL

Tickets £12

Tickets Here: Brown Paper Tickets

7pm: Cocktail Hour (£5 cocktails on all the classics)
8pm: Showtime
10.15pm: Show ends
10.15pm-3am: Schmoozing and dancing

Cocktail Contortionism

The full lineup for September’s show is at the bottom of this page which includes top quality acts from the worldwide performance arts’ scene including a headline comedian from the UK circuit and a top-class cabaret entertainer along with a range of vaudeville acts
and will be hosted by Yours Truly

Devil Vaudeville Bites
A menu of light snacks is available from the bar throughout the show for just £5 (Hummus & Flat-bread, Veg Spring Rolls, Roast Onion Tarts, Haggis Tweeds, Chicken Wings, Bruscetta, Bread & Olives, Pate & Oatcakes etc…)

ABOUT THE SHOW
Edinburgh’s ‘Secret’ Vaudeville is a night of schmoozing, cocktailing, bopping and bedazzling amidst an extravagant carnivalesque show involving a wide assortment of performance-arts including: magic, character comedy, sketch, stand-up, improv, cabaret, dance, mini-plays, monologue, acrobatics, clowning, political ranting, male impersonation, female impersonation, more political ranting (this is usually provided by the audience – which is great because I don’t have to pay them), video art, ventriloquism, impressionism (not Claude Monet – or any of those guys – maybe Rory Rembrandt – come on, it’s almost an anagram), hoopla, contortionism, mime, physical theatre and a good old dose of audience participation (you have been warned!).

It’s the worst kept secret in Edinburgh – spread it!

Vaud - The Audience

There is also a social aspect to this club night for people who want to make new friends, find love or just pick someone new to stalk.  We have a Cocktail Hour at twilight, random audience games dispersed throughout the evening, and a discothèque (yes, I am reclaiming that word) which lingers longingly and lovingly into the night and has been known to continue long after sunup and stumble on into Sunday late afternoon…

Cancel Monday is all I’m saying!

This unique ‘occurrence’ is destined to be one of the finest affairs in the Edinburgh social calendar – held on the last Saturday of every month.

Vaud - Oops Upside Your Heid

Hosted by strumpet and cocktail-quaffer, Keara Murphy (Yes, I’m talking about myself in the third person again, this really has to stop) – Scotland’s 9th Most Eligible Woman (Yes, I’m still single), Scotland’s 5th funniest woman (Who ARE these other strumpets?) star of BBC Radio Scotland’s character-comedy show, The Shark’s Mouth (Yes, I wrote and performed it all by myself!) and due to appear in a brand new BBC1 sitcom for CBBCs (that’s definitely a secret, I’ve signed something).

My brand new sketch show is currently in production and will air on BBC Radio Scotland on Saturday 4th October at 12.30pm:
Mistresss MacKenzie and Friends

The List once said of me “She’s Eddie Izzard with less make up and more Glasgow” which I think was due to a dream-sequence routine I did about Lorraine Kelly being mistaken for Grace Kelly in the Hitchcock film Dial ‘M’ for Murder whereupon the strangler is revealed to be an evil Emu on the loose following the untimely aerial death of Rod Hull as a vehicle for me to roll out a few impressions. Props were involved. Far too many props! Far, far too many props!

I’m bringing them back!

That’s enough about me for now! Over to YOU! So, what do you think of me?

Jesting!

Back to the show: I will be joined by my loveliest, favouritest most dangerous daring darlings of the world of smoke & mirrors from across the spectrum of the performance arts.

(WARNING: some of us are actually on The Spectrum!)

This is an exclusive club open to everybody, ie; ‘the finest movers and shakers in Scotland’ (The Scotsman), their friends, their families, a guy I once met at the bus stop who had a nice dog, and some people who live dangerously close to Leith!

Remember, it’s a secret! Tell everyone!

No children!

Animals welcome.

Seating is strictly limited to 80 guests, so get in there sharpish or be left stranded on Hope Street
crying from your lack of hope. 

LATE BAR UNTIL 3AM

 Dress code: VAUDEVILLE!

Come find us on facebook for inspiration and interaction and everything in-between:
Edinburgh’s ‘Secret’ Vaudeville on Facebook

THE NEXT SHOW: SATURDAY 27th September

HOSTED BY…

KEARA MURPHY

“A great character actress”
THE SCOTSMAN

“Hit List: Top Female Comedians”
THE LIST

“Ninth Most Eligible Woman in Scotland”
SCOTLAND ON SUNDAY

Image Circus Hand Up Smiling
Glam & glittery & exudes Glaswegian charm
THE SCOTSMAN

She’s Eddie Izzard with less make up and more Glasgow
THE LIST

Electric stage-presence; a genuine delight!”
THREE-WEEKS

FULL LINE-UP

MISS ANNABEL SINGS

Will fill our CABARET Section

Miss Annabel Dark Cabaret

Live Neo-Vaudeville Video Artist, Cabaret Singer and Clown, Miss Annabel with thrill you with her pink guitar, polka-dots, live video art, body and facial contortionism and oh, oh, OH!

Soooooo much more.

She may also transfix the audience with some dark airts
from which you will never recover! 

 “Miss Annabel is simply Divine! 
TIME OUT

Thrilling and Defiant!
THIS IS CABARET

And, the entire VAUDEVILLE section will be filled with these lovely, funny, mind-readers, magicians, comedians and sketch artists who will quite  simply blow you away…

THE COLOUR HAM

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They take magic, comedy and mentalism, destroy it and rearrange it in a way that just hasn’t been done before. Comedy is the new rock and roll folks and this band are on the verge of something great
THE SKINNY

****

One of the highlights of the Fringe
THREE WEEKS
*****

They will take your breath away, hide it and then make it appear in someone else’s pocket
BROADWAY BABY
**** 

Delighted to announce that Carey Marx will be opening up the show for us on September 27th, as part of our COMEDY section, with highlights fresh from his Edinburgh Fringe show, Intensive Carey

Carey Marx
“Marx’s humour has always been tinged with mischievous darkness, and now he’s got really edgy, personal subject matter to discuss, he’s going to make the best of it. Sharp, sweet, cheeky, cynical, romantic and rude as ever!”
CHORTLE
****

FOR TICKETS CLICK HERE: 
Brown Paper Tickets

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