Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Aidan Sadler Presents MELODY at VAULTS in February 2023

The performance is on 24th February 2023.

Aidan Sadler Presents MELODY at VAULTS in February 2023

Award-winning cabaret icon Aidan Sadler is ready to have the best day of their life. The only thing that stands in the way is the end of the world. This original cabaret-cum-musical-cum-cum features a live band playing original synthwave arrangements punctuated with anarchic, world class comedy. Come celebrate the apocalypse soaked in neon lights as we explore our melodies!

Fusing cabaret, musical and gig theatre, this electronic acid trip plunges us into an exploration of the current political and economic climate through satire. Think 1920's weimar cabaret meets New York Arthouse, being played by a live synth extravaganza!

Melody is the long awaited successor to the 5 star, award-winning Tropicana, and makes its debut at VAULT Festival.

The performance is on 24th February 2023.

Aidan Sadler, show creator and performer, said, "I'm so excited to be taking the leaps and bounds into creating a brand new show - a challenge to the genre! One of those experiences that makes you wonder - was that a cabaret? A musical? Theatre? Following such a successful (over 100 show) run with Tropicana, this will be an upscale of my previous work - with a live band in the mix. We've come so far in such a short amount of time and myself and the company cannot wait to unleash some home-grown queer comedy cabaret on audiences. It's an apocalypse, but it's our apocalypse - and I plan to make it as joyous and camp as humanly possible."




More Hot Stories For You


Donmar Warehouse Announces Cast For the World Premiere of Diana Nneka Atuona's TROUBLE IN BUTETOWNDonmar Warehouse Announces Cast For the World Premiere of Diana Nneka Atuona's TROUBLE IN BUTETOWN
December 2, 2022

Artistic Director Michael Longhurst and Executive Director Henny Finch have announced the casting for Diana Nneka Atuona's Trouble in Butetown. Tinuke Craig directs Samuel Adewunmi, Rita Bernard-Shaw, Ifan Huw Dafydd, Zaqi Ismail, Gareth Kennerley, Bethan Mary-James, Sarah Parish and Zephryn Taitte.

Photos: First Look at WICKIES: THE VANISHING MEN OF EILEAN MOR at Park TheatrePhotos: First Look at WICKIES: THE VANISHING MEN OF EILEAN MOR at Park Theatre
December 2, 2022

All new production photos have been released for Wickies: The Vanishing Men of Eilean Mor at Park Theatre.  Written by Paul Morrissey, Wickies: The Vanishing Men of Eilean Mor, opened at the Park Theatre on St Andrew’s Day, Wednesday 30th November 2022.

Liza Pulman Brings THE HEART OF IT to The Other Palace Next MonthLiza Pulman Brings THE HEART OF IT to The Other Palace Next Month
December 2, 2022

Singer, actress and comedienne Liza Pulman will bring her acclaimed tour de force The Heart of It to The Other Palace in 2023, with performances on Monday 23 and Monday 30 January.

CRAZY FOR YOU Transfers To The West End in June 2023, Starring Charlie Stemp, Carly Anderson, and Tom EddenCRAZY FOR YOU Transfers To The West End in June 2023, Starring Charlie Stemp, Carly Anderson, and Tom Edden
December 2, 2022

The smash hit Chichester Festival Theatre Production of Crazy For You will transfer to the West End next year. Susan Stroman's celebrated new production of the classic Gershwin musical, which played a sold-out season in Chichester this summer, will transfer to London next year.

Ardent Theatre Presents STRIKE! at Southwark Playhouse Next YearArdent Theatre Presents STRIKE! at Southwark Playhouse Next Year
December 2, 2022

Kate Saxon directs Tracy Ryan's extraordinary account of the Dunnes Stores Anti-Apartheid Strike which took place in Dublin from 1984 to 1987.  This action would play a pivotal role in world history with Ireland becoming the first Western European state to ban South African imports and ultimately leading to the fall of the apartheid regime.