To take a look at the photos so far please check out the Flickr slideshow below or click through to Nathalie Laurence’s album on Facebook. (Thanks Nathalie for the photo used to the left.)
Dressing up is not compulsory at White Mischief and we welcome Mischief Makers in every mode of dress from demure to outrageous. But for those of you interested in the Neo-Victorian / Steampunk aesthetic that informs our bigger parties, here is a slideshow of the most astoundingly dressed-up revellers.
Photo credits include: Siberfi, Cory Doctorow, Andrew Smee, Ben Hopper.
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With White Mischief so heavily inspired by Jules Verne (we’ve had shows entitled “From The Earth To The Moon”, “Journey To The Centre Of The Earth” and “Around The World In 80 Days”, the steampunk aesthetic is one of the dressing-up themes we encourage. (Line-up for June 7 show; details on tickets and group discounts.)
Check after the jump for a magnificent collection of images taken from the last White Mischief show… thank the photographers and congratulate the Mischief-Makers who dressed up in such formidable outfits. We recommend Prangsta as a place from which to hire your steampunk outfit, but our guide to London’s best vintage clothing emporiums and costume rental locations offers many more suggestions.Continue Reading
Thanks to our wonderful cast of performers and thanks to all those who partied at our mini White Mischief at Last Days of Decadence on Friday. We’re already seeing some delightful photos on Flickr and Facebook courtesy of Alasdair McAskill, Siberf and Nephertiti Oboshie Schandorf. If you have photos from Saturday night, please upload them to Flickr with the tag whitemischief. In the meantime, to check out the photos that have been added so far, visit this link.Continue Reading
It’s by no means compulsory to dress up at White Mischief – we welcome every type of mischief maker, no matter how they are attired. Still, we encourage everyone to enter into the spirit of the occasion and past shows have seen some fabulous outfits: everything from giant pandas to steampunk rocketmen. It needn’t be expensive: imagination costs nothing!
This time round the theme is “Around the World in 80 Days”, again drawn from a Jules Verne novel, allowing those of you with a love of Victoriana to indulge your steampunk fantasies. For everyone else there is a whole globe’s worth of inspiration to make use of. India, Africa, China, Japan, Mexico, Polynesia, the USA, Ireland, Scotland, Holland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Thailand, South America, Egypt, the Middle East, Brazil, Spain… literally any country could become the basis for a look. Check inside for videos, photos and links not only to our articles on steampunk but also links to our huge directory of London’s best second hand, charity, vintage, retro and antique clothing shops – plus information on costume rental locations, accessories providers and hair salons.Continue Reading
We’ve created a document with some of the most vivid photos from our last two extravaganzas, complete with the most indulgent press quotes we could find.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
Appearing in our second stage “Moon Room”, Pearlsworld bring you their unique, dark, comedy musical cabaret. Madame Pearl tells the story ,through accordion driven songs, of her lost innocence & (melo)dramatic decline… from a demure girl to psychotic killer.Continue Reading