Surreal Christmas cabaret spectacular hits Stoke Newington town hall

Club Dada showcases absurd and eccentric acts in a spectacular cabaret extravaganza.

Acclaimed comedian Phil Kay joins the line-up, in a “surreal” Christmas cabaret spectacular in Stoke Newington Town Hall.

Legendary comp�re Ida Barr, a drag queen music hall and rap star pensioner persona, will introduce the acts for Club Dada.

She will be joined by British Comedy Award winner, stand-up comedian Phil Kay, plus Rod Laver with his oral ping-pong juggling act, and the mesmerising acrobatics of Tumbellina.

Pick pocket extraordinaire Lee Thompson is also on the line-up, with Edd Muir on the Chinese pole and festival favourite Bruce Airhead who uses a voice activated vacuum cleaner to inflate a six-foot balloon which he places on his head.

DJs The Correspondents will then play an electro-swing set until 11pm.

Club Dada has been described as “a surreal world, where the absurd is everyday and where eccentricity isn’t just celebrated but elevated to performance art.”

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The event takes place in Stoke Newington Town Hall, Stoke Newington Church Street, on Sunday December 12. Doors open at 7:30pm, and the show starts at 8.30pm.

Tickets cost �20 each for cabaret style seating and �15 for balcony seating are available from and on the door unless sold out.