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Saturday, 28 April 2012 at 22:00 - Sunday, 29 April 2012 at 03:00 (BST)
London, United Kingdom
Queen Mab Productions & Reuben Feels cordially invite you to down an illegal tipple and shake a suspendered leg at:
The first of this series of events beckons you into the seedy underbelly of the city. Once smuggled into our underground speakeasy, we shall entice you to indulge in all that is prohibited in a louche swing party, plunged into the depths of a sensory theatrical world. Blending DJs, bands, physical performance, design and a dollop of titillation, our game-changing format will not only wash an entirely unique experience over you, but also simultaneously make you part of the experience itself. Prepare to be plucked from the dancefloor, blindfolded and snuck into the hidden alcoves of our top-secret venue, where you may be granted a peek at the black-market renegades or tickled pink by the salacious showgirls that form the movement’s resistance.
Escape the constraints of prohibition outside and lose yourself in the decadence of our clandestine blind tiger.
From this point onwards we shall reveal no more… but let your imaginations run wild, let us immerse you in an evening full of surprises... and let the play begin.
Queen Mab & Reuben Feels
From fear of being raided by Prohi Officers, our venue must be kept hush-hush until closer to the time and a few unavoidable conditions apply:
Fancy dress: compulsory
Entry: punctual or refused
Partial nudity: not that frowned upon
TICKETHOLDERS ONLY - limited tickets available, first come first served...get your tickets here now.
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Queen Mab Collective: Production Company.
QM is a game-changing concept that sets out to expand the experience of night time diversions.
Immersive story telling through live performance and online content. Commissioned by client, to brief, for events, products, festivals, media campaigns