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My Bad Sister (live)

Pop, punk, bass, rave, cabaret style live show, all singing all dancing high energy performance, with supporting selectors and DJs

  • 19th October 2023 - 20th September 2023
  • 7:00 pm - 2:00 am

If you’re reading this, then you are one of the beautiful beings that we’d love to spend a night entertaining, with a very special, one off, exclusive live show that we know will excite and indulge your senses!

With the release of our new documentary film approaching, (which gives who ever is interested a rare opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes in our chaotic yet incredibly beautiful existence. We’d like to put on a show for our friends, family, fans, supporters and anyone who wants to come and taste the colours and experience the eargasmic, visually sensational all, singing, all dancing, mega ravetastic MY BAD SISTER show!

We will be bringing along super special international rude girl rave DJ Ice Kuts and the My Bad Fam crew to get you all moving  proper too!

We’re super happy and excited to be coming to Cambridge and doing what we love in the very intimate and special “SIX SIX bar” This fantastic venue has heritage and history that goes back years and we want you there to come and create some colourful harmonic energy with us!

✮ 𝑴𝙔 𝘽𝑨𝘿 𝙎𝑰𝙎𝑻𝙀𝑹
(live)
Exclusive one off show!

featuring:

✮ 𝙄𝑪𝙀 𝙆𝑼̄𝙏𝑺
Very special guest DJ flying straight in from France. This incredibly talented beauty will blow you away with her basshouse, bassline, techno mash up style.

With support from:

✮ The “𝙈𝒚 𝑩𝙖𝒅 𝑭𝙖𝒎” gang!
OTC recordings, The Family Sound System selectors, DJ Gold, Mel SD + Sim Simma.

Are you even ready for this!!??

Thursday 19th October 2023.
The SIX SIX bar, 170 East road, Cambridge. UK

Doors: 7pm – 2am

Tickets: skiddle.com/e/36674621

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Facilities

  • Bar

Accessibility Facilities

  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible
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Did you know?

Telegenic Cambridge has served as a backdrop for many films and TV series, from the obvious – such as Chariots of Fire, The Theory of Everything and ITV’s Grantchester – to the more unexpected, including Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides.