Bourgeois & Maurice: How to Save the World Without Really Trying

Artist(s): Bourgeois & Maurice
Running Time: Fri 24 Feb, 8.30pm. 70min with no interval
Price: £15 (conc £13.50)
Certificate: Suitable for 16+. Features swearing, no nudity.

About this event

Critically acclaimed musical satirists Bourgeois & Maurice make a triumphant return to Watermans with their out-of-this-world Edinburgh Fringe smash hit.

Digging their shellac nails deep into our post-modern, post-gender, post-Brexit world the demented duo deliver their most hilarious, scathing and joyfully cynical show yet. Riotous original songs meet hyper surreal, high fashion, in this provocative, thought-provoking and hysterical catwalk through the quagmire of current affairs.

Drawing on a stellar creative team to deliver glorious costumes, visuals and light-up-things, this really is a feast for the eyes — like a Kanye gig with smaller budget and bigger egos.

Born from London’s cabaret and club scene in 2007, Bourgeois & Maurice are recognised as one of the most exciting music satire double acts working in the UK today. This, their latest show, was one of the top twenty best reviewed comedy shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2016 according to research by British Comedy Guide.

Don’t miss B&M at their furious, fabulous best, in our intimate theatre.

DINNER & CABARET DEAL – The Guru Tandoori Kitchen is laying on a fabulous all-you-can eat feast, a 3-course Indian buffet for just £14.50 when purchased with a cabaret ticket. Simply add this option when you by your tickets, and remember to state how many you require. You can download a menu here

Written by Bourgeois & Maurice
Multimedia Design by Reuben Cook
Visuals by Reuben Cook, Tomas Jefanovas and Jonny Reed
Lighting Design by Alex Fernandes
Set Design by Los Papadimitriou
Costumes by Julian J Smith and Gemma Banks
Music Production by Ben Humphreys and Liv Morris
Lead image credit: Christa Holka

Please note Watermans Friends Members CANNOT use their two free tickets for this event but £1 discount applies.

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