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Shortlisted for Best Production in the London Cabaret Awards 2014

“Event of the week, the month, the year” – Time Out

“A bash that makes Alice and her snooping down the nooks and crannies of Wonderland seem about as exciting as nipping down to the frozen goods aisle at Asda.” – The Guardian

White Mischief curates events and parties around the UK, hosting events at everything from listed mansions and manor houses in London and the South East to vintage theatres and dinner shows to 1,100 capacity former art deco cinema Scala to the 30,000 capacity festival Bestival.

Star names who have performed at previous White Mischief shows include Amanda Palmer, David McAlmont, The Puppini Sisters, UK #1 chart hit band Sam and the Womp, British Sea Power, Miss Behave (of La Clique and La Soiree), Mat Fraser, The Boy With Tape On His Face, BBC’s The Penny Dreadfuls, BBC’s Big Howard and Little Howard, The Correspondents, Desmond O’Connor and many more…

White Mischief’s now-legendary Halloween Ball at Scala in King’s Cross is a full-scale multi-room interactive theatrical experience. At these bigger parties guests might be taken on a trip around the world in a hot air balloon or through time with a space pirate. In the spirit of breaking down barriers between performers and audience, everyone’s part of the show at White Mischief: partygoers might find themselves at a radio show being broadcast live from the 1930s; they might be introduced to a talking leopard; or they might find themselves surrounded by Blue Beard’s seven undead wives in the depths of his Forbidden Chamber. Each room is decorated by art directors who have worked in film and on theatrical productions such as Punchdrunk.

Dressing up is definitely not compulsory at White Mischief, though guests are encouraged to come as their most fabulous selves and White Mischief’s crowd of extravagant Mischief Makers are the most imaginatively dressed you’ll likely to encounter anywhere in Britain.

“More fun in one night than some venues can manage in a whole year” – GUARDIAN GUIDE

“An acclaimed addition to London’s alternative scene” – LONDON LITE

“Highly entertaining, if not for the squeamish… Concert promoters: give these people a festival field to themselves and let them get on with it. They will leave you aghast” – MUSIC WEEK