Liberté! Egalité! Cabaret! – A fundraising event from The Queer Alternative

The Queer Alternative presents a night of music, comedy and cabaret with stand-up comedy from Andrew O’Neill, riotously catchy rock from The Priscillas, and London Cabaret Awards winner Benjamin Louche.




Who: An award-winning line-up including EastEnd Cabaret, The Priscillas (B-movie power pop-rock band), Andrew O’Neill (Occult Comedian), Benjamin Louche (Lynchian daymare), Blanche DuBois (draglesque), Nathan Evans (performing artist), Preacher Muad’dib (record-breaking stuntman), Andromada Mystic (burlesque), Cola Falquero (drag artist), Allouetta La Zouch (gorelesque), Sabella (bellydancing), Tim Bishop (stand-up), Alex Shutler and Psyche (singer and pianist), and Ashleigh Loeb (compere/drama queen).

Music between the acts will be provided by DJs Frank Flag (Stripped), AndyRavenSable (Rivet) and Scott (Alternative Bring and Buy Sale).

What: Music, dance, burlesque and comedy with a queer sensibility that steps outside comfortable cliches. A raffle will also be held with prizes including a tickets to top alternative events including Alt-Fest, The Double R Club, DVDs and more.

Where: Elixir Bar, 162 Eversholt Street, NW1 1BL, London, UK

When:  Sunday 1st June 2014 18:00 to 23:00

Admission: Previous events have attracted a varied but friendly cross-section of goths, punks, metalheads, rivetheads and other counter-culturists. While many regulars fall into the LGBTQ+ spectrum, the events also attract straight and label-defying allies.

Tickets: £10 in advance from

About The Queer Alternative
The Queer Alternative began life in 2009 as a London LGBT+ Pride walking group. Their primary goal is to increase awareness and acceptance of queer people within the goth, metal and alternative scenes and raise the visibility of alternative people within mainstream gay culture. TQA aims to provide a safe space, both online and at events, for members of these subcultures to meet, network and share their passions. This year marks TQA’s first forray into event promotion outside Pride week, with the cabaret’s proceeds going towards a community float entry and after-party for this year’s Pride in London parade on 28th June 2014.

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