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Charlie Bicknell has performed all over the world, from London, to Dubai, Hong Kong, Sydney and across Europe. Mixing wicked humour and eclectic jazz and cabaret, interspersed with jaw-dropping circus, her shows have wowed audiences internationally. From solo performances to ensemble creations, her shows have received critical acclaim and just as importantly, foot-stamping encores. Winner of 'Most Unique Cabaret Performer' - TMT Magazine.

The Latest Show

1st & 2nd November 2019

A new show from the anarchic and defiantly different duo. Accompanied by piano, drums, sax and clarinet, expect twisted takes on The Greatest Showman, retro electro swing, inverted opera and a very, very large balloon. 

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Snow Angel

Subversive, anarchic, darkly hilarious and shamelessly festive. Charlie and Louise are back with a Christmas show, threatening to blow the cover off Elsa and Anna,The Snowman and a poor little Drummer boy.  Santa will never be the same. Expect the unexpected...

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A Darker Night

An eclectic cocktail of songs ranging from Jacques Brel, Brecht and Mozart, to the outrageous Tim Minchin, Phil Nichol and an alternative approach to classic James Bond.  Featuring aerial mockery, the fabulous operatic diva Louise Innes -  and David Harrod, London’s finest pianist.


Shameless Angel


A show that simmers, steams and occasionally boils over, it's packed with contentious and achingly funny songs from the likes of Tim Minchin, Amanda Palmer and Fascinating Aida. An eclectic and startlingly athletic performance.

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Cathedral of Pleasure

A breath-taking melange of acrobatic activities and sassy songs, swinging nuns and delightfully twisted circus performances of straps, cyr wheel, silks, hoop, fire and acrobalance -all against a background of deeply ecclesiastical anarchy. You've barely time to breathe.

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A completely unpredictable, mad capped evening of festive frivolity.

Encompassing her usual dark sense of humour and theatrical flair this is a night of Disney classics, as you have never seen before, sadistic Sugar Plum faeries, operatic rock and a touching gay Eskimo.


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No Angel


Packed with anarchy, wit and comic ingenuity, Charlie is joined by the internationally acclaimed mezzo soprano Louise Innes in this cabaret with claws. Described by The Observer as “A one woman weapon of mass distraction”.

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Fallen Angel

Following a run of sell out shows, just when you thought they could go no further.  They did.  Ingenious and mischievous interpretations of classical music, nursery rhymes and Tim Minchin songs combined with alarmingly dexterous use of the Postman.

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Charlie Bicknell is dynamic, witty and tempestuous. An evening of darkly comic twisted songs, and outrageous assumptions. By turns funny and deeply moving, songs range from original material to that of Tim Minchin, The Tigerlillies, Corky and the Juice Pigs and Jacques Brel.