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The Night Of The Vaguely Dead
Saturday 28 October
@ The Coronet, 28 New Kent Road, London 10pm - 6am

Night Of The Vaguely Dead
Summoning the dead, undead, vampires, witches, ghosts and any other lost souls, Lost Vagueness, master of eccentric entertainment, is staging a monster mash of a bash to celebrate Halloween.
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Lost Vagueness at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London, October 28, 2006

Night Of The Vaguely Dead
Lost Vagueness is pulling out all the stops for its Halloween bonanza, ‘Night of the Vaguely Dead’, at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London on October 28 2006.
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A ghoulish horror-fest at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London, October 28, 2006

Horror
Lost Vagueness, master of eccentric entertainment, is staging a monster mash of a bash to celebrate Halloween amongst ghoul-friends, at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London, on Saturday October 28...
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Grouse Season Gambol at the Coronet, Elephant & Castle, London on 12th August 2006

Glorious 12th Hunting party
Re-wax your Barbour and squeeze into your jodhpurs, Lost Vagueness, purveyor of finest festival and club entertainment, returns to The Coronet music hall, Elephant and Castle, London, on Saturday 12...
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A haven of love by day, but by night a vision of Babylonian excess……

The Chapel of Love and Loathe
Lost Vagueness is to host its renowned Chapel of Love and Loathe at this year’s Big Chill (August 4 – 6). The crew will transform a 40 metre round top tent into a travelling church, complete with chan...
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Rio Carnival comes to the Hackney Empire, London, 14 July, 2006

Lost Spice
As part of the Spice Festival, Lost Vagueness, masters of provocative glamour and eccentric entertainment, will be hosting a carnival themed night at the Hackney Empire...
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Lost Vagueness, organiser of the Lost Weekend festival scheduled for 23 - 25 June at Powderham Castle, Devon, has confirmed that the Lost Weekend is now officially cancelled...
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Lost Vagueness, organisers of the Lost Weekend festival scheduled for 23 - 25 June at Powderham Castle, Devon, is announcing that the event is not yet definitely cancelled.
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New York Dolls
The original and ever outrageous godfathers of glam punk, The New York Dolls, have reformed 34 years after their debut, to release a new album in July and to make this year's one UK festival appearanc...
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Kiki and Herb
Lost Vagueness, renowned festival purveyor of glitz and glamour, has added kitsch cabaret act, Kiki and Herb, to the eclectic mix of twisted entertainment at its Lost Weekend festival in Devon, 23-25...
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Lost Weekend, Friday 23 – Sunday 25 June, Exeter, Devon - tickets released 24 May

Lost Vagueness
It's all true: Lost Vagueness, the purveyor of provocative glamour and eccentric entertainment, is filling the gap left by Glastonbury with its own festival - the Lost Weekend, taking place near Exete...
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A Masked Ball at the Coronet, Elephant and Castle, London, May 6, 2006 - Headlined by the Cuban Brothers

Lost Vagueness, the festival champion of glitz-sleaze, is returning to The Coronet music hall at Elephant and Castle, London, on Saturday 6 May to launch its 2006 schedule with ‘The Lost Elephant Ball...
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12-14 August, near Lewes, East Sussex

Once again Lost Vagueness unable to comment on rumours that Kate and Pete are getting back together to perform their recently recorded duet in a secret gig at the Lost Vagueness Festival near Lewes ne...
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Highlights of its Inimitable Twisted Entertainment

Lost Vagueness, instigator of the burlesque sleaze trend, announces its forthcoming highlights of twisted entertainment taking place in its festival-within-a-festival at Glastonbury 2005.
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The largest urban ethnic crossover project to appear at a mainstream UK festival is going down at the Drifts Stage in the Lost Vagueness field, Glastonbury 2005. Building on the successes of 2004/03,...
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12-14 August, near Lewes, East Sussex

Following the success of its own festival last year, Lost Vagueness (www.lostvagueness.com), the original instigator of burlesque glitz-sleaze and purveyor of one of the most eccentric and thri...
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Lost Vagueness, original instigator of the burlesque sleaze trend, is creating another extravaganza of diversity and decadence at Glastonbury Festival 2005.
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4-5 September, near Lewes, East Sussex

Lost Vagueness gains license for spectacular summer festival, to take place from 2pm Saturday 4 to 2pm Sunday 5 September on a farm in a glorious setting near Lewes, East Sussex.
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British Asian music will represent at Glastonbury Festival for the first time this year, in an all-nighter blasting out of the Dome – an Eastern-styled live performance tent located in the Lost Vaguen...
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Lost Vagueness, original instigator of Burlesque festival glitz-sleaze, follows its 2003 success with another exotic extravaganza in the Green Area of Glastonbury Festival 2004.
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Sahara Nights, London, 13 May 2004

On 13 May Lost Vaguenesss bring its first ever members’ party – featuring the Lost Idol Band Contest - to the decadent surroundings of Sahara Nights, next door to Kings Cross BR, London.
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Christmas Extravaganza, The Coronet, London
Thurs 18 & Sat 20 December

Lost Vagueness, festival capital of glitzy-sleaze, revisits The Coronet music hall, Elephant & Castle, on Thursday 18 and Saturday 20 December for two spectacular show nights.
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About Lost Vagueness

Entertainment

Lost Vagueness started in 1998 as a casino after originating from an illicit bar on the outskirts of Glastonbury Festival. The original irony of travellers in top hats is now overshadowed by the sheer quality of the show: however the grass-roots humour remains the same to this day. As well as running the only field in Glastonbury’s history to be closed due to overcrowding in 2003 and proving a big success at Glasto 2004 and 2005, Lost Vagueness has staged its own events at Strawberry Fair (Cambridge), Stokefest (Stoke Newington) and The Coronet (London). It also showcased a selection of acts at The Lovebox festival in Victoria Park, The Electric Picnic Boutique Festival in Ireland, and ran its own festival near Lewes, East Sussex, in late summer 2004 and 2005.



LATEST NEWS: with tremendous regret it is announced that the Lost Weekend festival, scheduled for 23 - 35 June, has been cancelled. http://www.pressdispensary.co.uk/releases/c99756.php">Click here for details.

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