Soho Theatre & Tim Whitehead

Bourgeois & Maurice: Sugartits

  • Mon 9 – Sat 21 September, 9.30pm
  • Mon 9 & Tue 10 £10, then 11 - 21 Sept Mon - Thurs £15 (£12.50), Fri & Sat £20 (£17.50)

‘Talented to within an inch of their lives, Bourgeois & Maurice define neo-cabaret. You’ll fall in love.’ ★★★★ Time Out

Bourgeois & Maurice: Sugartits

★★★★★ Scots Gay
★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ Metro
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ Fringe Review

‘Bourgeois & Maurice are absolute filth. I love them!’ Beth Ditto

‘A guerrilla cabaret of genuinely subversive originality’ The Stage

Best Music Act- London Cabaret Awards 2012

Fresh from a UK tour, neo-cabaret wunderkinds Bourgeois & Maurice make a welcome return to Soho Theatre with their Edinburgh hit Sugartits.

Covering everything from erotic tax returns and the joys of phone hacking to eco-nightmares and the traumas of Twitter, the award-winning musical duo present an anarchic, celebratory tribute to modern life littered with acid charm, sequins and a few really gross snacks.

Since forming in 2007 B&M have established themselves as one of the international cabaret scene’s darkest and funniest acts with their “catchy as chlamydia” (Time Out) songs and zeitgeist-bashing habits. Don’t miss these professional weirdos as they return to London for their first run in almost two years.

For ages 16+
Running time: Approx 70 mins

★★★★★ Scots Gay
★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ Metro
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★ Fringe Review

Best Music Act- London Cabaret Awards 2012

‘Gloriously inappropriate decadence.’ Guardian

‘Bourgeois & Maurice are absolute filth. I love them!’ Beth Ditto

‘A guerrilla cabaret of genuinely subversive originality’ The Stage

‘biting, sugar-coated satire of middle-class anxieties…An absolute must-see.’ Scots Gay

‘it’s hard to think of any other act delivering such clever, funny and sharp material’ Time Out

‘This show aims to make a healthy contribution to a good night out, and that it does very well, but there’s an intelligence, sensitivity and strange humanity that might just provoke some diverting conversations too.’ Total Theatre

‘They continue to innovate and push the genre into the modern age…a slick production and one of the best cabaret shows at the Edinburgh Fringe’ Fringe Review