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The List Festival Party
The List Festival Party

The List Festival Party

A taste of Edinburgh Fringe in London

31 May 2018

The List is bringing a taste of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe to London this May. List Festival Party will give a showcase of the world's biggest arts festival with 500 revellers enjoying live performances with some specially created cocktails on hand to wash it all down.

Hosted at London's latest live venue Omeara, near London Bridge, on 31 May, attendees will enjoy sneak peaks of Fringe shows from Assembly, Gilded Balloon, Pleasance and Underbelly's programme. Expect a taste of acts from a range of comedy, spoken word, theatre, music, cabaret and more.
Guests will enjoy delicious gin based cocktails from Edinburgh Gin and beer from Brewgooder. What more could you want?

The List Festival Party is at Omeara on 31 May.

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