Thank you and see you next year!
Whitechapel Cultural Mile
Here at the showcase we have a dream of growing this week of entertainment to a point where we can stretch from Genesis Theatre all the way to The Whitechapel gallery, two giants of the East End cultural scene, what better bookends to a mile littered with spaces that could showcase the best and brightest talents in live entertainment this side of the Tower of London.
Still getting our grips with running a week of shows, we intend to grow gradually increasing our reach and capacity of venues until we can complete the mile and become one of London must visit events, If you have any advice, offer of help or interest feel free to email us at: WhitechapelArtShowcase@gmail.com
Introducing the Showcase
The London Hospital Tavern is pleased to announce that it will be hosting the Whitechapel Arts Showcase (WAS) between the 18th - 23rd October. Rich in history, The Tavern has provided a social space to unwind for all staff of the Royal London Hospital and the surrounding Whitechapel area for nearly 150 years. This family run venue has seen how the past 18 months has taken its toll on our local community, which is why our aim is to provide some lighthearted joy to those who have supported us over this difficult period in typical “Tav” fashion- with a big drink and an even bigger laugh! We are delighted to offer our venue as a space for creativity and expression for performers and our guests, so we are proud to invite you to book a ticket for our events at WAS to laugh together, cheer together and be together.
Monday - Lucy Hopkins
Tuesday - Niall Moorjani
Wednesday - Shortbread Improv
Thursday - Harriet Braine
Friday - Whitechapel Cabaret
Saturday - Pop up Disco
For Powerful Women Are About
★★★★★ ‘Lucy Hopkins will transform you… takes femininity and turns it into the most spiritual, enchanting and indeed: powerful of phenomena… a wickedly enjoyable hour"’ EdFringeReview.com
A Fairie Tale
A brand new and original piece of storytelling from Niall Moorjani, it explores race and gender identities through a medievally fairie inspired landscape. Set to live music from the fantastic Sophie Albert, expect strangeness, sexy fairies and swearing in an evening of storytelling which is definitely not for kids.
Shortbread Improv create 1hr of completely improvised comedy made up entirely in front of your eyes!
A troupe, built from alumni of Edinburgh's longest-running improvised comedy group, the Improverts.
Harriet Braine WIP
“Pleasant and enlightening”
“Laugh-filled and informative”
The Wee Review
Ed Fest Mag
“A breath of fresh air”
“Laugh out loud”
A cabaret spectacular with a variety of performances from:
Trinidad & Toogay Though
Host: Big Ben
Monday to Friday before the shows set up the venue opens up to host a workshop from the acts themselves or very special guests! Storytelling, Improv, Hoo Hah House, Artist speed dating and an Artists clinic.