Energy. Enthusiasm. Skimpy costumes. A casino. All in a fabulous historical venue, the
Jam House. What more could you want from a late night cabaret show?
The cabaret acts ran for about two hours and showcased a rare mix of raw talent and energy.
Think slapstick dance, flappers, a magician (Paul Zennon to be specific),
aerobatics, burlesque and a crooning Hitler. All of the acts are talented
enough to have a Fringe Show of their own, and the entertainment never let up
for four hours. Having wowed Glastonbury, the impressive production of Lost
Vagueness has alas, only a few nights left here in Edinburgh.
Even my husband was satisfied, playing blackjack at the casino (using proper croupiers
from Stanley casino down the road) whilst I danced to the eleven-piece band,
Bison from 3am. The cabaret acts and bands change each night, so check out www.lostvagueness.com for the line up.
I left the show entertained, exhausted and inspired. Worth staying up for!
Remaining dates: 18, 19, 23, 24, 26 August