Cat Loud: To the End of the World with speakeasy afterparty

30th June 2018

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30th June 2018

Dusky vocalist Cat Loud shares her unique blend of satire, confessions and an eclectic mix of torch songs for the end of the world.

What would I do at the end of the world? I’d sing.

On the eve of the apocalypse, dusky vocalist and eternal wayward girl Cat Loud shares her unique blend of political satire, autobiographical confessions and an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary torch songs for our impending doom with live cello accompaniment from Fraser Parry (Austentatious: An Improvised Jane Austen Novel). Followed by a speakeasy afterparty for the end of the world featuring special musical guests.

VAULT Festival Origins Award for Outstanding New Work 2018.

“Perfect night cap… Stunning!” Graham Norton

“(a) sensation of humanity’s past stretching out behind us is part of the magic of Cat Loud’s performance.” culturised

“Cat’s singing is spectacular, effortless and moving… delivered with charisma and great energy.“ The Play’s The Thing

“sharp-tongued and comedic spoken interludes with a brand of dusky torch singing which stuns the room into silence.“ The List

★★★★★
Broadway Baby | West End Wilma | TV Bomb | Breaking the Fourth Wall |
Culture By Night | North East Theatre Guide

★★★★
Miro Magazine | edfringereview.com | FreshAirRadio | Female Arts | London Pub Theatres

Saturday 30 June at 8pm

Tickets: £20 (Concessions £18)

Duration: 140 minutes including interval
Age recommendation: 18+

Twitter: @thatcatloud

This event will be held in the Above the Arts. Please note there is no level or wheelchair access to this space.

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