If you’d rather not spend too much time on your feet and like the idea of being able to find a seat easily; if you’re prone to getting hot under the collar and you’d like a restful spot in which to cool down; if you prefer quick access to the booze or if you’re just a snooty type who doesn’t like mingling with the rest of us, the VIP room is for you.
VIP tickets get you into the private glass bar, with the following advantages:
- A dedicated private bar
- Air conditioning
- A view over the main stage
- Access to the private balcony over the main stage
- Plentiful seating
- Limited capacity only for VIPs
VIP ticketbuyers can exchange their ticket for a VIP pass on the door. We will be limiting access to the room so that only VIP pass holders can gain entry. We will be selling significantly fewer VIP tickets than the room’s legal capacity, so you can be absolutely sure that buying VIP tickets will secure you a peaceful refuge, an enclave of calm, as well as a perfect spot from which to view the acts.Continue Reading
Q: Do I need to dress up to attend White Mischief?
A: No, dressing up is not compulsory and everyone gets let in – though we do encourage you to enter into the spirit of things! Imagination costs nothing and it’s possible to put together something fun for very little – see our list of recommended costume and second hand retailers and bear in mind that Prangsta is offering a 30% discount.
Q: Will I be able to get tickets on the door?
A: Yes, we will hold back some tickets for cash buyers on the door, but they will be £25 rather than the advance booking price of £17.50, so we recommend that you book in advance. You can get advance tickets online or in person at Scala, Bordello or Lulu and Lush – see our ticket booking page for details.
Q: Do I still have time to book tickets online?
A: Based on the current rate of ticket sales, we predict that tickets should be available online until mid afternoon (eg 4pm) on Saturday May 23. Visit our ticket booking page for more details. Visit our ticket booking page for more details.
Q: Can I smoke at the venue?
A: Not indoors, though Scala does have an outdoor smoking patio.Continue Reading
White Mischief is a one night indoor festival combining all the best bits of a gig, a club, a party and a show – with none of the boredom and certainly no mud.
We hand-pick unique live musical acts and intersperse them with some of the most astonishing vaudeville and circus performers around. Past shows have included everything from a man electrocuting himself with 20,000 volts of visible electricity to harpists who play with strings attached to hooks in their own skin!Continue Reading
White Mischief “Around the World in 80 Days” is held at Scala in King’s Cross, London, a 1900s-era former art nouveau cinema. The venue contains two stages customised for live music and club nights, but also a variety of smaller rooms and spaces, which will be decorated in line with our theme by White Mischief’s team of art directors, some of whom have worked as set dressers in film and within the theatre for Punchdrunk’s “Masque of the Red Death”. To find out more, including address, transport, phone number and information about the outdoor smoking patio, read on.Continue Reading
Not long to go before White Mischief “Around the World in 80 Days”, on Saturday 7 June 2008 from 8pm-3am. While all the VIP room tickets have sold out, and regular tickets are selling fast,
for the next few days we will continue to offer our discounted group tickets. So if you’re in a group of five or more….
Update 5 June: as tickets are selling out fast we can now only offer group discounts to groups of 10 or more. In order to book we will need advance payment via PayPal. For full details please get in touch with us via whitemischiefnight AT gmail DOT COM and we can offer you not only a discount but the opportunity to buy without booking fee. Groups over ten get an even greater discount, so if you have a birthday or other special occasion to celebrate on June 7 get in touch and we’ll go out of our way to make it special for you.Continue Reading
White Mischief is a one night indoor festival combining unique live musical acts with some of the most astonishing vaudeville and circus performers around.
Added to the mix are interactive experiences, spontaneous encounters with musicians and costumed characters in unexpected quarters… and a range of DJs representing every genre from jazz, blues and rock’n'roll to country and world music.
With four rooms of entertainment, two music stages and another room for those who want VIP tickets, there’s an extraordinary abundance of fun to be had during the seven hours of a White Mischief party. It’s a show from start to finish, so we invite guests to arrive as early as they can to be sure of catching everything.
No wonder Time Out called White Mischief “event of the week, the month, the year“!Continue Reading
A couple of people have written in to ask how the ticket price structure works. It’s pretty simple, but allow us to elucidate in detail.
The early-bird tickets, which were priced at £10 each, are now all sold out. We’re just about to announce White Mischief properly, and the standard price for all general admission tickets ordered now is £15 each. This price will last throughout March and April; in May the price will go up to £20. Finally, tickets purchased on the door will be £25.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