From 20th October this year until January 2017, The Book Club in Shoreditch will become ‘The Boosh Club’ hosting an exhibition and a series of events to celebrate ten years since The Mighty Boosh‘s 2006 tour.
The exhibition – curated by Liat Chen – will feature art from Noel Fielding and some previously unseen photography from Dave Brown, as well as a collection of live show props and work from Ivana Zorn, Andy Hollingworth, Jake and Mr Bingo. Many prints will be available to purchase, with a percentage of the profits going to the charity Help Refugees.
Events announced so far include:
A Boosh Halloween Party (!) on Saturday 29th October, which will focus on the most Halloween-appropriate episodes, such as The Legend Of Old Gregg and Nanageddon, and promises Boosh-themed cocktails, a Milky Joe coconut shy and ‘Boosh Bingo’. Advance tickets are £4 and can be purchased here.
Artist Lock-In: Catastrophic Boosh on Sunday 30th October, at which Wild Above Rule are inviting creatives to write, produce and perform a live fan-fiction Boosh episode. Tickets are £8 for the general public and free for the artists taking part. If you want to participate, apply by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org with 50 words or less on why you want to join in, plus a link to your work.
Art Macabre: The Mighty Boosh on Saturday 19th November. Art Macabre Drawing Salons are known to ‘inject a lethal dose of theatricality into life drawing’ and will be inviting you to join them in an artistic exploration of the Boosh’s dark side. Advance tickets will be £10.
Make Good: Boosh Piñatas on Monday 9th January, where you’ll have the opportunity to make your very own unique Boosh piñata. Tickets will be £15.
More info hopefully coming soon!