When night falls and the day’s business is done, let the good times roll at Metro Arts’ Pop Up Bar & Supper Club on Wednesday 19 – Friday 21 February, from 5pm til late.
A hidden space, transformed into an engaging and provocative setting designed for conversation, entertainment and some up-close and personal interaction with local performance makers; join us out the back for something to drink, a bite to eat, and a good time
Our tantalising line-up of live music, black cabaret and performance installation, is certain to enthral…
Let the soothing vocals and instrumental brilliance of the likes of Sandro Colarelli, Dom Miller, The Phoncurves, John Rodgers, and Sallie Campbell dazzle your ears and prickle your senses.
Candy B gets some close up audience participation
On Wednesday night take a romp into the Hot Brown Honey Block Party for some sass, dance, politics and humour all backed by the notorious Busty Beatz. (see Westender’s review of the Hot Brown Honey Burlesque)
And in the basement: let’s play touch with Feel Free to Touch Me with the Dance-master Brian Lucas and Six Women Standing in Front of a White Wall, an interactive performance presented by White Dove and Motherboard Productions. Or maybe, take a moment to reflect on why you have made the life choices you have with The Good Room’s sold out sensation I Should Have Drunk More Champagne.
This is one event you don’t want to miss, so throw caution to the wind, step outside your comfort zone (do what you wouldn’t dare), and come party and play mid-week with us at the Metro Arts’ Pop Up Bar & Supper Club.