The Raunch at the The Spiegeltent

The Spiegeltent, London
Booking to 19 June 2016
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Welcome to the world premiere of The Raunch, London Wonderground’s opening headliner for 2016.

A whip-cracking, high-flying, all-twerking, rodeo-rocking night out, starring the Most Wanted of the international cabaret and circus scene and featuring a toe tapping, disco-hoedown soundtrack.

Starring legendary cabaret performer Empress Stah as The Bad Sherriff, with her trigger-happy laser aerial act, featuring Light in Places – a song especially composed for the act by Peaches.

The Raunch also stars Alternative Miss World Fancy Chance as The Condemned; hip-hop, rapping-tapping dancing twins My Bad Sister as The Bar Room Beauties; international sword-swallowing femme-fatale Jewels Good as The Madame of the Saloon; ivory Albino ivory-tinkler Stephen Thompson as The Ghost Rider; daring circus superstar Jo Moss as The Cockfighter; and the indescribably irreverent Mr Teds as The Unwanted.

Saddle up for the most fun you’ll have in London this summer.

The Raunch runs from 5 May 2016 until 19 June 2016 at the The Spiegeltent, London Wonderground.

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Performance dates
Booking to 19 June 2016

Venue Information

The Spiegeltent, London Wonderground at Jubilee Gardens, Belvedere Road, London, London, SE1 8XX
Nearest Tube or Train: Embankment Station (District Line, Circle Line); Waterloo Station (Jubilee Line, Northern Line)

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