Cabaret Bohème is an evening celebrating the work of The Bohemians theatre company which features songs and scenes from our previous productions - as well as upcoming work - written and performed by a cast of actor-musicians. Featuring songs from Pardoned, Wondertown, The Wild Swans, LEXI and an array of new and exciting work.
Taking place at The Union Theatre on Wednesday 23rd February. £12 Full Price - £10 Concession (Student/OAP). Book Tickets here: http://www.uniontheatre.biz/cabaret-boheme.html
The Bohemians are an actor-musician theatre company with a political mindset who create challenging pieces of new-writing. In 2018, we launched while studying at Rose Bruford College with a show called ‘Wondertown’ - an actor-musician musical following a young woman finding her political voice, based on Lewis Carroll’s ‘Alice in Wonderland’. In 2019, we collaborated with Sterts Theatre in Cornwall on 'Pardoned' a show about WWII code-breaker Alan Turing and the persecution he endured. Most recently we produced LEXI at the Camden Fringe in 2021. A one-person gig theatre piece about a man who falls in love with smart speaker device.
During lockdowns, we also produced a successful podcast called ‘Busk It!’ in which we interview an array of industry guests such guests as Emma Rice, Jordan Li-Smith, Jeremy Harrison about their involvement with actor-musicianship.