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The Tiger Lillies: The Gutter to the Stars - 30th Anniversary Concert at London Coliseum

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Time 20:00
Date 16/12/19
Price £22.25
  • Produced by London Coliseum
  • Price £22.25 - £52.25 (inc £2.25 booking fee)
  • Get ready for the forefathers of Brechtian Punk Cabaret.
  • Bring along your savage, edgy punkness.
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  • See you at London Coliseum

Post-punk pioneers and masters of the macabre, the legendary Tiger Lillies return to the West End with a spectacular concert celebrating their 30-year career.

The Godfathers of alt-cabaret will perform music from their latest album The Devil’s Fairground alongside songs from the Olivier award winning hit show Shockheaded Peter, the Grammy nominated Gorey End, critically acclaimed Cold Night in Soho and some of their earliest recordings which lead to them becoming one of the foremost avant-garde bands in the world.

The world of The Tiger Lillies is dark, peculiar and varied, with moments of deep sadness, cruel black humour and immense beauty. This unique street opera trio tour the world playing concerts and theatre shows such as Poe’s Haunted Palace, The Gorey End and The Ancient Mariner.

Their songs cover all the dark aspects of life, from prostitution and drug addiction to violence and despair. Their music is a mixture of pre-war Berlin cabaret, anarchic opera and gypsy music, Part grand guignol, part seedy vaudeville, part grunge cabaret, The Tiger Lillies never cease to shock, surprise and entertain.

★★★★★ 'Martyn Jacques is a charismatic focus. Trudging between his piano and accordion like a man weighed down by supernatural dread – yet his voice is a molten cascade. The execution is impeccable throughout. Phenomenal.’ - The Guardian

‘They create a truly extraordinary atmosphere – a dark gypsy cabaret shimmering with menace. The music is also gorgeously beautiful, tender and delicate. It is hard to do justice to the dark, poetic brilliance of The Tiger Lillies, so the best thing I can advise is that you seek out a ticket for this glorious show.’ - The Scotsman