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The Vintage Guide To London | February 23, 2018

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Die Freche Muse New Year's Eve Spectacular

Hosted by Baron Von Sanderson, Die Freche Muse is a club night created in the great tradition of European Cabaret: irreverent, decadent, sexually ambivalent & dissolute.  Held in a fabulous fabulous 15th Century tavern and Georgian theatre space in East London, Die Freche Muse allows you to step through the doors of your imagination and enter the Baron’s private world. Relax among London’s most beautiful party set and enjoy exotic burlesque, Dixieland jazz, chanteur and dancing till dawn.

This New Year’s Eve expect live music from vaudeville gypsy cabaret freaks The Bohemianauts! An exotic and titillating burlesque double act from the fabulous international showgirls Annette Betté Kellow and Millicent Binks will be followed by Suri Sumatra, art deco empress of the exotic, undresses her tresses in a magnificent unfurling of haute couture hair!
Plus music, dancing and more wonderful and mysterious acts to keep you entertained all night long.

Dress code: Dressed up 1920s,1930s and 1940s only… strictly enforced on entry. Men, think white tie, The Great Gatsby, Brideshead, military mess. Ladies think Theda Bara, Anita Berber, Louise Brooks, early Chanel, Marlene Dietrich, Ava Gardner.

Saturday 31st December 2011
The George Tavern, 373 Commercial Road, London E1 0LA
9pm – dawn

Advance tickets £20 from here
or a limited number available on the door at £25 each
(you MUST RSVP to for these)
Advance tickets also available from This Shop Rocks, 131 Brick Lane, London, E1 6SA