Benjamin Louche introduces a dark and troubling cabaret dream inspired by the work of David Lynch.

Your disreputable host leads you into a world of mystery and nightmare, with an added pinch of humour.

‘Black, like midnight on a moonless night…’

Think the finger-clicking jazz ambience of cult TV show Twin Peaks, the absurdist monochrome machine world of Eraserhead, the dark underbelly of Mulholland Drive and the surreal small-town madness of Blue Velvet.

An evening of ‘damn fine’ Lynchian cabaret and burlesque emerging from the deepest river of your dreams…

Winner of 2014 Best Host, London Cabaret Awards (Benjamin Louche).

Winner of 2012 & 2013 Best On-Going Production, London Cabaret Awards.

‘The Double R Club is one of the edgiest nights in the capital... It's twisted. Sick, even. But that's the point.’ (The Independent)

‘Ever wondered what would happen if David Lynch got his weird and wonderful hands on a cabaret show? Wonder no more.’ (Time Out)

‘This evening of mystery and nightmares inspired by the films of David Lynch is a dark and twisted treat, often groping into territory where other cabaret nights fear to tread.’ (Time Out)

‘Damn fine barely covers it" (Time Out)

‘As the black jewel in the crown of British variety, this surreal aberration is the best antidote to the many shallow rehashes of pre-war glamour that still abound in London cabaret.’ (This is Cabaret)

‘You may be tickled in your most shameful fancies. You may be deeply offended. But you won’t look away. Mad, bad and regrettable to miss’ (This is Cabaret)

‘Pulse-racing entertainment like this is never found within the tight constraints of good taste.’ (This is Cabaret)

‘A who's who of original London cabaret... terrifying, entrancing, and beautiful.’ (The Skinny)

For ages 18+