The Karnival of Kitsch
Hosted at the historic and luxurious Royal Vauxhall Tavern, the Karnival of Kitsch appears randomly on rather special Thursday nights and aims to provide you with a night beyond your wildest dreams.
Freddie and Holly are your hosts and sing high-energy kitsch duets taking songs by artists such as Girls Aloud, Renee & Renato, Blue Mink and Michael Buble into new areas of cabaret cheese.
Freddie likes to let rip with some of his favourite pop classics such as ‘Hey Fatty Bum Bum’ and the Theme from ‘Minder’ and often dusts off his trademark party piece (read “gimmick”) which consists of a high-speed singalong yodel.
Holly Blue likes to bring things down a notch into the world of sultry jazzy torch songs such as “Sunny”, “Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps” and “Cry Me A River” accompanied only by an acoustic guitar.
As well as allowing Freddie and Holly to showcase their unique talents, the Karnival of Kitsch puts you on a cabaret carousel with a huge range of hand-picked by F&H talents that will amuse, entertain, astound and delight you!
Previous shows have seen the incredible mind-reading feats of Voodoo Mick, the exotic mermaid dance and character comedy of Fiona Fey, the magic and mysteries provided by Dale Shrimpton, the incredible comedic talents of Steve Furst as ‘Dave Pike – Stuntman’ and the legendary Lenny Beige, Steve Palace with his comedy creations High Heffner and Ken Bones, the deluxue comedic pop-stylings of Lorraine Bowen, Cate Mackenzie and her sensational Love Fairies and so much more!
Keep your eyes posted on the ‘Forthcoming Events’ section of this site for announcements of upcoming shows. It’s a night not to be missed and full of unpredicatble suprises! If you wanna party like it’s 1979 – there’s only one place to be – The Karnival of Kitsch!
Watch the video to get a taste of the night!
Take a peek at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern’s fabulous website: www.rvt.org.uk
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