Our friends at Aphrodisiacs invite you to their “Office Christmas Party” on Friday 7th December. Imagine the most indulgent, decedent, visually and aurally stimulating party – surrounded by hedonistic glamour and style. Beauberry House has to be seen to be believed. Request to join the Facebook group here.Continue Reading
Here’s a slideshow of photographs taken at White Mischief: “From The Earth To The Moon” by the mysteriously-monikered Man In A Hat from HatterArts. If you’ve taken some shots please don’t forget to upload them to Flickr with the tag whitemischief – alongside your credit and any other relevant information – to be shared for posterity, as well of course as to end up on the front page of this site.Continue Reading
Some wonderful photographs are flowing in to various sources: our Facebook group, the Facebook event page, and photosharing site Flickr.
If you do upload pictures to Flickr, please be sure to tag them with the phrase whitemischief so that they appear here on the right-hand sidebar of this site.Continue Reading
With “From The Earth To The Moon” behind us, we have to thank the 100+ cast and crew both on stage and behind the scenes who worked so hard to bring the night to life. White Mischief is largely a labour of love and many of these people went far beyond the call of duty. We’d also like to pass on our sincere condolences to our friend Alex de Campi, who sadly was unable to attend due to the most tragic of personal circumstances. Please look within to discover the many talented people who made White Mischief possible.Continue Reading
A 1,200 strong group of Mischief Makers gathered last night for “From The Earth To The Moon” – and the photos are already coming in. Check the Flickr tag whitemischief, or upload your own photos with the tag whitemischief: they’ll automatically appear on this site. Alternatively upload your pictures to our Facebook group and tag them with your names. (Photo credit Cory Doctorow)Continue Reading
Lot 49 Films and Kunta Kinte present:
WHITE MISCHIEF, “From The Earth To The Moon”
Saturday November 10 2007, 8pm-3am, Scala, King’s Cross, London
British Sea Power
Lord Large Experiment
Compere: Mat Fraser
The Stillhouse Orchestra
Compere: Dusty Limits
Miss Moon’s Portrait Parlour
The Shellac Sisters
Although White Mischief is 90% sold out in advance, and tickets are still available at £20, we have kept aside an additional allocation of tickets which will be available on the door at £25 from 8pm. Some of you have already contacted us to say you’ll be coming on to White Mischief after attending another previous engagement or a party, so we’re pleased to announce that for anyone arriving after midnight, the ticket price will drop to £15.Continue Reading
Keys, wallet, phone, top hat, silver-topped walking cane… damn? Where’s the venue? Do they have a cash machine? What time are the bands on?
We’ve collected answers to all the questions you’ve been asking and have shared them here. If you want to know about group discounts, what time to arrive (8pm!), what time the acts are on stage, what to do if your tickets haven’t arrived, or whether there’s disabled access, the answer is to be found within. Read on!Continue Reading
White Mischief is a one-night indoor festival bringing together the most unique live bands and some of the country’s best vaudeville performers. Over four rooms and two stages we feature more than twenty different acts, from headline band British Sea Power to the award-winning 1927 Cabaret. On the way there’s DJs and dancing; costumed walkabout characters; Miss Moon’s Portrait Parlour; and surprises including trips through time with an Edwardian space pirate.
No wonder tickets are nearly 90% sold in advance (don’t worry, there will be tickets on the door for those who haven’t managed to book!) Look inside for the full line-up, including links to biographies and photos of every act.Continue Reading
..and we’re not just being boastful – that’s what this week TIME OUT says about White Mischief: “From The Earth To The Moon”, which it has rated as Number 1 Critics’ Choice (see page 127). White Mischief is number one club of the week in Time Out and is featured in the Guardian, which calls us “a bash that makes Alice and her snooping down the nooks and crannies of Wonderland seem about as exciting as nipping down to the frozen goods aisle at Asda.” (Which is funny, because some of our team spent part of yesterday prepearing for White Mischief by doing exactly that!) To read the full preview, as well as other plaudits past and present, check our Press page.Continue Reading