Cabaret Mechanical Theatre at Space Station Sixty-Five

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Cabaret Mechanical Theatre at Space Station Sixty-Five
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An exhibition of contemporary automata from the Cabaret Mechanical Theatre, which between 1985 and 2000 resided in a hugely popular exhibition space in Covent Garden. The show offers the chance to press the buttons and bring to life machines including a man in a bath of spaghetti by Paul Spooner and Keith Newstead's 'Peacock'. All ages.


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A thoroughly enjoyable experience, everyone should see it! Three adults just giggled their way out of the exhibition, fun, quirky and so clever, thank you. We have missed being able to see them sinse they left Covent Garden, please come back!


What a gem, a witty, charming and wonderful little show. My children (10 & 14) grumbled about going to 'another show' but were transfixed. Recommended

John Hemming-Clark

We (dad, 13 and 10 year old) had a great time playing with the machines. We even bought a couple of cardboard packs to take home to make our own. There's a playground nearby and some excellent shops and cafes. All in all a great place to spend a couple of hours!