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The cult cabaret superstars Bourgeois & Maurice are back with a brand new spectacular show

Cult cabaret superstars Bourgeois & Maurice are back with a brand new spectacular show that puts the FUN back into our fundamentally pointless existence. The Soho Theater is delighted to announce a 21-night run of its brand new show Pleasure Seekers. Tickets are available now at

After a few years locked in their spaceship, B&M are back on earth with a new mission: to devote their lives exclusively to pleasure. They abandon cynicism and instead adopt hedonism as their new religion. But like most religions, it gets very complicated very quickly. It turns out having fun takes a lot of hard work…

Pleasure Seekers dive straight into a Jacuzzi of joy as B&M party their way to ultimate bliss with the hilarious, wild wit and unique brand of pop satire that has made them one of the Kingdom’s most subversive and original musical groups. -United. Insane, this brand new show is an energetic tribute to hedonism in all its dirty and fabulous glory. With original music.

Bourgeois and Maurice said: “We are delighted to be back at the Soho Theater after a 5 year absence, and even happier that they have let us into their main house to let our wildest ambitions run free. ! Pleasure Seekers is a feast for the eyes and ears and it’s amazing to see it powered by a phenomenal creative team. We can’t wait to welcome humans to our pleasure palace – it’s going to be fun but trigger a warning: it’s getting pretty weird (sorry).

Recognized as one of the leading players in London’s alternative scene, Bourgeois and Maurice gave their first performance in 2007 and have gone on to tour the world, bringing fans from Belgrade to New York. They have performed at the Royal Opera House, Southbank Center and Sadler’s Wells and perform regularly at the Soho Theatre.

In 2020, they achieved critical success with their musical Insane Animals, commissioned and produced by HOME Manchester. The show ran for 3 weeks and was one of the venue’s best-selling productions. They have created a further 8 full double-act theater shows, and their 2016 show How to Save the World Without Really Trying was one of the top 20 comedy shows at Edinburgh Fringe 2016. They have released four studio albums and been commissioned to write songs for BBC Radio 3, Birmingham Rep and Theatre503. In 2017, they created a virtual reality music video for their song Opinions, with the VR production company Breaking Fourth, which received a special mention from the jury at the Raindance Film Festival 2018 and won the best VR experience at the GoShort Festival 2019 In January 2019, they released their first scripted web series, Youthanasia, co-produced by FeatureOne and Supercreeps, which was part of the official selection for Stareable Fest 2019.
Bourgeois and Maurice is the brainchild of writers and performers Liv Morris and George Heyworth.