Kid Champion headline Sex & Mugs & Rock ‘n’ Roll

The High Tea Cast girls are returning to Kensington with a stupendous blend of comedy, burlesque and the very best singalong rock’n’roll goodness you could hope to lay your eyes (and ears) on.

Following the undisputed success of last year’s Sex & Mugs & Rock’n’Roll – which raised the final £1300 for London based charity Janies School to finish building a school for the young girls of Cambodia – we will once again be returning to Archangel Nightclub with an entourage of boundless talent to strut, sing and dance their way to helping third world women build a life for themselves… and all you need to do to help is buy a ticket. (There’ll be free cake for everyone and the chance to win utterly amazing prizes too. Obviously.)

Tickets are priced just £8 in advance from here!!!


It’s a night packed with awesome entertainment from the likes of:

Kid Champion – fresh from supporting The Vaccines (yes…WE KNOW!!) they will be bringing their passionate song-writing and catchy guitar riffs to Kensington, just for you. With radio plays by the BBC’s Steve Lamacq and Huw Stephens, as well as a live session performance for the BBC these are a headline act not to be missed.

Go Zilla – plonking themselves firmly between the genres of dance, trance and rock ready to get your heart pumping and your bodies jumping. Already with air play on BBC Introducing, this is a three-piece who are going places. After they’ve played our gig obviously.

The Worry Dolls – gorgeous lady folk duo bringing you beautiful harmonies and unexpected lyrics in equal measure.
Darren Michelangelo Smith – the happy go-lucky guy sitting firmly on the fence between the genres of indie-pop and ska.

Lady Cheek – international Burlesque star, comedienne, vintage pin up and founder of The Cheek Of It! Burlesque School, she’s a lady with a whole lotta cheek!

Chantilly Lace – this pint-sized pinup found her true place in burlesque at the start of 2012, having founded Chantilly Lace’s BURLESQUE FEVER Show in her home town of Tunbridge Wells, bringing hoards of burlesque beauties, singers and magicians to the ever-thankful masses.

Ruby Woo – Our very own HTC burly girl’s not-so-secret alias. Aficionado of tease and tomfoolery in equal measure: the most glamorous identity crisis around.

Archangel, 11-13 Kensington High St, London, W8 5NP. Doors: 7:30pm


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