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Little Death Club

Welcome to the darkest, funniest and most debauched kabarett club this side of Berlin!

Following a smash-hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe, über-award-winning kabarett superstar Bernie Dieter and her travelling family of misfits, miscreants and fantastic freaks are back for an unmissable night in the Spiegeltent.

A gin soaked, Weimar-punk jazz band, breathtaking circus and fire-breathing sideshows - this is kabarett at its most inappropriate and provocative. A drag queen draped across the bar, a morose mime drowning his sorrows in a bottle of red, and a bearded lady dancing in the shadows as Bernie sips her gin and surveys her club and her prey.

There is no fourth wall, no rules, and no seat is safe in this dark and defiant den of iniquity. Welcome to the Little Death Club where you can be whoever you want to be...

'Dusky, dangerous and outrageously naughty'

 The Times

''Wickedly funny, deliciously defiant punk cabaret... All you can do is cheer''


'Dieter’s dynamic vocals, original songs and sheer magnitude of stage presence had the whole audience bewitched. Silly, seductive, skilful and subversive... a standing ovation by a mesmerised audience was evidence of this.'

 Broadway Baby

'‘Bernie is a cheeky, sexy libertine who brings her Weimar punk Kabarett to tear down the house with laughter and a whole lot of sexual titillation. Be amazed, be appalled, and be blown away. Magnificent’'

 Weekend Notes

'Fabulously funny provocative & hilarious '

 Glam Adelaide, AU

'Magnificent, brilliant, unpredictable & boundary pushing'

 Arts Review, AU

Discover Underbelly Festival

It's Underbelly's 10th Birthday and summer in South Bank is going to be the BIGGEST YET!

Underbelly have been in South Bank for 10 years this summer and they're celebrating with their biggest programme jam-packed with explosive live entertainment. 

Open from April until the end of September, Underbelly Festival Southbank brings the best in live circus, comedy, cabaret and family entertainment to the heart of London. You can also enjoy international street food and drinks in one of London's largest outdoor bars and a true festival atmosphere on the banks of the Thames. 

The shows are short (usually only an hour long), sharp and very sweet. And the vast majority of tickets are under £20 making Underbelly Festival your affordable entertainment destination in London this summer. 

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Belvedere Road Coach Park

On Queens walk between the Southbank Centre and the London Eye.