All events

Marcel Lucont’s Cabaret Fantastique

13th July - 28th September 2017

Tickets from £15.50 (includes £1.50 in fees per ticket)

View dates & book

The UK’s favourite flâneur, raconteur and bon-viveur Marcel Lucont (BBC1’s The John Bishop Show, Comedy Central At The Comedy Store) returns to London’s Southbank for 3 nights only to showcase the finest in international cabaret. A different line-up every night, featuring comedy, cabaret, music, circus and magic, plus bawdy poetry and chansons from the louche Frenchman himself. Previous acts include The Boy With Tape On His Face, Tim Key, Piff The Magic Dragon, Ali McGregor, Phill Jupitus, Le Gateau Chocolat, Pete Firman and East End Cabaret. Don’t miss the cult hit from festivals all over the world.

Sep 28
Winner: Malcolm Hardee Award for Comic Originality 2017
Perrier Award Nominee
As seen on Live At the Apollo, Royal Variety Performance, McIntyre’s Road Show, Eastenders
'A mind-blowing whirlwind of physical and verbal clowning.' Evening Standard
The Card Ninja
Winner: Best Local Act - Buskers Festival, New Zealand
'Seriously talented.' The Stage
3-times Cabaret Award Winner - Fringe World Festival
'Jessie Gordon is superb, her vocals are flawless.' OutInPerth
Winner: Fringe World Award - Best Comedy
'Wonderful French wit... His elegant, sardonic turns of phrase are an utter joy.' Time Out
'Excellently dry.' The Times

'One of the finest nights in our fair city'

Time Out

'The most unique evening of cabaret you will experience… Lucont is a comedic genius'

The Australia Times

'Lucont’s laidback delivery and impressive command of the audience – including its noisiest members – is a joy to watch'


Presented by: Corrie McGuire for ROAR Comedy

Tickets from £15.50 (includes £1.50 in fees per ticket)

Venue: Underbelly Festival
Duration: 90 minutes
Advice: Suitable for ages 16 and up

Select a performance

13th July - 28th September 2017

Other events you might like

Book now

Tickets from £15.00

Book now

Tickets from £15.50

Book now

Tickets from £12.50

Book now

Tickets from £25.00