THE DAMNED-BIZARRE BALL

 THE DAMNED TO HEADLINE BIZARRE BALL NOVEMBER  20TH >   >   >   >  > Each year the BIZARRE BALL delivers a delirious  blend of incredible bands, > twisted cabaret and freak show frivolity; chaotic  club nights that are known > on the London live scene as the greatest shows on  earth. But don¹t just take > our word for it ­ here¹s what our famous friends  have said about BIZARRE¹s > wild events: >   > ³Š just unbelievable ­ utterly great! It¹s a  terrific surprise to see so many > people in amazing costumes. When we arrived  we saw a load of girls strutting > around on enormous stilts and blokes in  stockings and suspenders ­ it felt > just like home.² > ALICE  COOPER >   > Aside from our renowned headliners, there will be  dozens more >   >  > performers each night to keep the audience swooning,  gasping and dancing. And > here¹s  >   >  > what¹s on the  menuŠ >  >   >  > BIZARRE BALL  LONDON >   >  >   >   >  > SATURDAY 20 NOVEMBER >   >  > THE  SCALA >   >  > 275 PENTONVILLE  ROAD >   >  > KING¹S CROSS >   >  > LONDON N1  9NL >   >  >   >   >  > THE  DAMNED >   >  > The  first punk band to release a single, The Damned are truly deserving of > the tag  Œlegends¹. With a string of classic songs under their bullet belts > Dave Vanian  and Captain Sensible¹s blistering live show thrills old-school > punk fans, cult  junkies and hardcore kids alike. And with their latest album > ŒSo, Who¹s  Paranoid¹ gathering critical praise they remain a vital and fresh > proposition.   >   >  >   >   >  > THE  TIGER LILLIES >   >  > Martyn Jacques, founder of the Tiger Lillies in 1989,  spent his early years > living above a Soho brothel and his songs detail the  pimps, prostitutes and > drug addicts he lived amongst. Their surreal style has  been described as > darkly humorous, making for an utterly compelling live show  that fuses > influences from burlesque and English music hall with the spirit of  punk and > gypsy song.   >   >  >   >   >  > THE GHOST OF  LEMORA > Formed in London in 2001, The  Ghost of Lemora have risen to the top of the > pile in UK alternative scene with  a heady mix of glam, post-punk and dark > rock. >   >  >   >   >  > THE  CIRCUS OF HORRORS > After 15 years of shocking all over the world, the UK¹s  most famous freaks ­ > led by the bloodthirsty Dr Haze ­ will be making jaws  drop and the audience > wince at both the London and Manchester  shows. >   >  >   >   >  > DESMOND  O¹CONNOR > The debonair host with the most  ­ and a disturbing repertoire of sinful songs > ­ DESMOND O¹CONNOR will be  returning as compere of the BIZARRE BALL, still > wielding his ukulele like  George Formby from hell. >   >  >   >   >  > BIZARRE¹S ALIX  FOX > Loved by readers for  her action-packed articles about learning to sword > swallow, experience  underwater bondage and wrestle dwarves, BIZARRE writer > ALIX FOX is also an  established presenter in her own right. Co-hosting both > BIZARRE BALLS with  DESMOND O¹CONNOR, you can expect puns of steel and wit > that¹s faster than a  speeding mullet from this high-energy spunky Northern > monkey. >   >  >   >   >  > DAMIEN S FEAR >   >  > The  Damien S Fear Undead Freak Show is one the sickest and bloodiest live > shows of  this century. Having spent the last 8 years refining the art of > pushing his  body to the very limits, Damien has created a show that > incorporates body  staples, beds of glass, nailing his hand to a sledgehammer, > glass eating and  breaking slabs of concrete over his crotch to create half an > hour of chaos  fueled, rock n¹roll mayhem. Basically, he¹s one sick puppy. >   >  >   >   >  > DJs > Mark  Jones (Back To The Phuture, Wall Of  Sound) >   >  > Frankie  D (Club Noir /  Electrogogo) >   >  > White Mink >   >  > Bi-Polar  Men >   > TICKETS >   >  >  £22 plus booking fee (£17  plus booking fee students and BIZARRE > subscribers) >   >  > Wegottickets.com - Ticketweb.co.uk ­ Seetickets.com -  Bizarremag.co.uk >   >  >    
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