We are delighted to be offering for the first time in the UK the hugely popular Steam Powered Giraffe with their full stage show.
They are supported by a brand new offering from Marc Burrows with Before Victoria, Professor Elemental and Alice’s Night Circus.
An unmissable gig.
Suitable for 14+
Alice’s Night Circus
Alice’s Night Circus is a curious journey down a musical rabbit hole, featuring a blend of apocalyptic fairy-tale Steampop with a touch of the circus.
Marc Burrows, comedian, music journalist and bass player in the anachronistic punk band The Men That Will Not Be Blamed For Nothing, brings his band new band to rock the shed!
Professor Elemental has created a unique neo-Victorian blend of hip hop and comedy, and is the man behind the world’s first steampunk rap album.
His music charts subjects such as steam-powered flight, underwater discovery, and nice cups of tea.
With a heart of brass and a fine pith helmet, he embodies the Victorian spirit of invention and exploration. His act has gone like clockwork at Steampunk events and music festivals around the world including White Mischief, the Steampunk Worlds fair and The San Francisco Edwardian Ball.
He was recently awarded Best Musical Act in the Brighton fringe as well as most Eccentric Englishman and most Eccentric artist.
Steam Powered Giraffe
More than a band. More than a show. Step into the world of Steam Powered Giraffe.
Steam Powered Giraffe is a musical project from San Diego, California. It was formed in 2008 by twin siblings David Michael Bennett and Isabella “Bunny” Bennett. Together, along with performer/artist Samuel Luke and a cast and crew filled with theatrical backgrounds, the group takes on the guise of singing antique automatons and the fictional robotics company that made them.
The quirky act combines comedic sketches, improvised android banter, and original music fused with multimedia visuals, billowing steam effects, and robot pantomime.
From their heartwarming nostalgic melodies to their funky cabaret rock, Steam Powered Giraffe’s songs are memorable, infectious, and as unique as the robots themselves.