There have arguably never been cabaret shows quite like Alp Haydar's 'one-man pantomimes'. Mixing nod-and-a-wink crooning with outlandishly ambitious interactive video work, they tackle intensely personal subjects through exuberantly fantastical settings, managing to be at once crowd-pleasing and thought-provoking, moving and hilarious. This is the first in a five-show run climaxing in Alp's latest entry in the saga: a flight through the Bermuda Triangle is the backdrop for an unhappy coming out, a terrorist romance, new songs, pyrotechnics, high-tec video interaction and barrels of fun. Check in to this new and improved version.
Alp Haydar's Flight 666 to Bermuda