Club de Fromage – Brighton Fringe

Club de Fromage was started by the legendary ex-gangster Fat Tony, a man of vision who from an early age has striven to give the people what they want: cheap beer, silly costumes and music they can sing along to whilst eating a kebab. Now run by his half-wit son, Slow Alfie, and based every Saturday at the O2 Academy Islington, this is the club that time forgot. This month they pack their bags to hit the seaside for a very special Fromage at the biggest arts festival in the UK.

Bring your dancing shoes (you’ll need them) and let Slow Alfie and the Club de Fromage performers entertain you on a bumpy trip through the musical decades! Expect the usual blend of top pop and Fromage mayhem. Brighton, you have been warned.

“Fancy dress, theatrics and a downright shameless music policy.
Evening Standard

“London’s biggest and silliest OTT pop and fancy dress night.
Time Out

“You’re in for a nostalgic time-warp treat that is bound to have you humming away for days afterwards.”
London Loop Weekend


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