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Review - A Simple Space - Gravity & Other Myths at Udderbelly, Southbank

As well as loving theater, I enjoy movement performances – dance, circus, cabaret, all of it is fun for me. And it’s not in short supply in London at all, especially with venues like… 416 more words


I really don’t like gymnastics. Partly from being forced into it in PE lessons at school, and partly because it always gets shoehorned into sporting events. 245 more words

Have you met Louis Pearl?

We hadn’t until Saturday but, wow, he’s amazing!  In fact, he’s The Amazing Bubble Man!

Me and the family were introduced to The Amazing Bubble Man at the equally amazing Udderbelly Festival at the Southbank Centre.   396 more words


La Soirée | 11 November 2014 | Spiegeltent

If you want a good night out full of laughter, awe and drama, look no further than La Soirée. This saucy mix of cabaret, circus and comedy is the very epitome of variety, with something to tickle everyone’s funny bone, and plenty that will genuinely astound. 804 more words



August means only one thing here in Scotland…. insane traffic, fancy dress and overweight Americans in plastic ponchos. The Edinburgh Festival is here!

Keen beans that we are, we descended on Edinburgh from various corners of the country on Friday, just in time for the first night of the festival and this year’s Late’n’Live. 162 more words


07/06/14 - "Fylm School" by Simon Munnery, with Kevin Eldon, Josie Long and Sam Fletcher

I’ve passed the Udderbelly on Southbank for years and always fancied seeing something there – if only to say I have – so when I saw Simon Munnery was bringing Fylm School to it for a night I figured it was time. 409 more words


Stephen K Amos, Udderbelly Festival

The upside down purple cow is back on the Southbank and on Monday I made my first trip to the Udderbelly to see comedien Stephen K Amos take to the stage. 252 more words