Our Work

Shambush! have an epic back catalogue of creative events and performances. Scroll through to see what we’ve been up to…

We are internationally known for The Ultimate Kate Bush Experience, which led to the creation of The Most Wuthering Heights Day Ever, and over the years we have brought our brand of overzealous humour to many venues, festivals, private events and club nights, including Latitude, Glastonbury, Brighton Dome, Playgroup and Brighton Fringe. Shambush! favourites include Carnivaloos, The Shambulance!, Crying Brides (our Royal Wedding brainchild), Happy Housewives, The Theme park Experience and Santa’s Grotty Grotto, all served up with our very special shambolic and cynical slant

As well performance, we also run a variety of cross-artform workshops and events, in the past we’ve showcased a variety of issues, including the environment, the Space Race, Homelessness and community. We believe in championing diversity, education and high quality art. Passionate about the communities we interact with, we’re excited to bring our ethos of good humour and fun to spark creative excitement, participation and engagement with the issues we highlight

  • Woodland Creatures Family Tree, Tate Britain, 2019
  • The Giant Paper Caper, Tate Britain, SouthWestFest, July 2018
  • Room and Board, Tate Britain, SouthWestFest, July 2018
  • The Ultimate, Ultimate Kate Bush Experience, Lambeth Country Fair, 2017
  • The Ultimate Kate Bush Experience, Brighton Fringe, May 2013
  • Shambush! Utopia, The Brighton Dome, October 2011
    Shambush! Creepy Creche, Playgroup Festival, August 2011
  • Roacheez Bar, Watts Fest, July 2011
  • Every Little Hurts,  Shangri La, Glastonbury, June 2011
  •  Jilted Birdes, All over Brighton and Concorde 2, April 2011
  • Bingo Killed the Bongo, Latest 7 Music Bar as Norm, Norm and Norm, April 2011
  • Carnivaloos – Inhabit at The Brighton Dome, December 2010
  • Komedia, Brighton- February, July and October, December  2010. Various – Shambulance, Zoo-ologists, Ghost Train Performance and ride
  • Tin Horse Theatre Company, The Ritzy, Brixton, November 2010
  • Playgroup Festival, Shambush! Budget Boudoir Area and Stage and Shamland Theme Park Experience, Eridge Park, August 2010
  • Latitude Festival with Les Enfant Terrible – The Shambulance, Suffolk, August 2010
  • Watts Festival – Theme Park Experience, Devon, August 2010
  • Shunt -The Shambulance, London, October 2010
  • Shambushantics – Brighton Fringe Festival – 12 hour musical and theatrical performance, Brighton, May 2010
  • Playgroup and the Secret Garden Party – The Theme Park Experience, Brighton, May 2010
  • Gentlemen’s Relish – On Stage theatrics with The Quiche Liberation Front and How to be a Good Housewife. The Marlborough Theatre, Brighton, January and March 2010
  • Nowhere Festival, Near Zaragoza, Spain, July 2008 & 2009
  • Celebrating 150 Years of Art- The University of Brighton – Shhhhhhhhhhhhhhambush! Silent Movies, Grand Parade, Brighton, Jan 2009
  • Shambush! Residency – Carnivalesque @ Coalition, Brighton, Oct 2008- March 2009
  • Madam George’s Gin Palace “Over the years the ginny tumble weed has picked up many wondrous vagabonds to present evenings, into mornings, of spectacular musical and theatrical performances”. Comfort Fest, Wales 2007 & 2008 and a secret location in London, Oct 2009 and March 2011
  • Electric Circus – The Shambulance, The Scala,  Kings Cross, London, Oct 2009
  • Nowhere Festival, Near Zaragoza, Spain, July 2008 & 2009
  • Madam George’s Gin Palace @ Gocstock 2009, Kent, May 2009
  • Kit Kaboodle Launch Party, Proud Galleries, Camden, London, March 2009

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