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Three nights of Naughty or Nice cabaret at Drill House

PUBLISHED: 16:27 01 December 2016 | UPDATED: 16:27 01 December 2016

Dizzy O�Dare�s own Balloon Boy, Mike Imerson.

Dizzy O�Dare�s own Balloon Boy, Mike Imerson.

Seachange

Seachange Arts, the organisation behind the Out There Festival, celebrate Christmas at their newly refurbished Drill House in Great Yarmouth with three nights of Christmas cabaret in Naughty or Nice.

Seachange’s resident company, Dizzy O’Dare, curate a festive feast of comedy, circus and side-show silliness following their first sell-out cabaret at the venue in October.

The Drill House is again transformed into a cabaret format for three nights of seasonal entertainment with food, drink and an adult club-style atmosphere.

The Naughty or Nice show is compered by Dizzy O’Dare’s own “Balloon Boy” Mike Imerson who introduces three nights of circus and cabaret with aerial silks performance from Great Yarmouth’s Ellis Mae, and hula and aerial hoop from Daisy Black. Alana Jones, also of Dizzy O’Dare, provides a tinsel infused tightwire treat.

The show features a special guest each night with Daniella d’Ville, a spectacular sideshow sword act on Thursday, December 15. Then Friday 16th sees vaudevillian gentleman juggler Ian Marchant take to the stage and on Saturday 17th, there’s the juggling of National Circus Centre graduate, Stewart Pemberton.

Doors open 7pm and showtime at 8pm. Tickets £12 (£9 cons). Group rates available. Book online at www.seachangearts.org.uk

Further information on this and other events and classes at The Drill House can be found at www.seachangearts.org.uk

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