Amy Saunders is London's queen of cabaret and she commands a crowd like no one else can. Described by Broadway Baby as a "skilled exponent of the art of controlled theatrical anarchy," Miss Behave starts the gameshow by dividing the audience based on mobile type. From the start, the competition is vicious.

miss behave

The performance is part gameshow (with lots of cheating and declarations that life isn't fair) one part disco party. There are games like "Shazam that Riff", "The Laid Lottery" and performances by hula hoopers, Tiffany (AKA Bret Pfister, dancer and aerial hoop expert) booty popping to Beyonce and some rudie nudie dancers.

miss behave dancers

That the Miss Behave Gameshow is a little bit of everything makes it hard to define, but that's also what will make it the most fun you'll have all year. 

Book your tickets at the Opera House. The show runs until March 18.

Part burlesque, part gameshow: get down to the Opera House this weekend