Ware It's At Productions
Stephanie Ware has over 10 years of immersive theatre experience and creative event production. Are you looking for an immersive theatrical element to your party or event? Stephanie can add an extra level of detail and interaction for your guests to make your party something to remember. Stephanie can source a wealth of props, costume and set design to make your chosen make-believe world come alive. Below are just a glimpse of some of the entertainment events that she has put her skills and know-how into. If you would like Stephanie to curate and host an evening of entertainment for you, or add a touch of interactive magic to your event then please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
She will be delighted to discuss some ideas with you.
The Zeppelin Club
Military Gentlemen's Cabaret Club
For 10 years TZC laid dormant until 2013 when it was resurrected and re-housed in the bunker basement of Brewdog in Shoredeutsch. Together with Johnny Vercoutre aka Chrome & Silver and with Eva Von Schnippisch as the host, WARE IT'S AT PRODUCTIONS put on an array of high-calibre Weimar-inspired Cabaret, musicians and war-time japery.
We’re leading the troupes in to bring you immeasurably refined talent, un-mistakenly distinguished vintage clientele, undeniably seductive secrets…and all the drinking, dancing and decadence your body can handle.
“Ssssh! Careless talk costs lives!”
Ladies are officially banned, but those doing a passable impression of a gentleman are likely to slip under our doorman’s careless eye. Anyone in a frock will be required to have a moustache painted upon their top lip. We don’t mind who you are…as long as you are a chap!
GENTLEMEN ONLY - NO LADIES PERMITTED!!
Photography by Hanson Leatherby & Ian J Jackson.
Previous Special Guest Agents:
FRANK SANAZI, JOSEPHINE SHAKER, TOM BAKER, DOROTHY COTTON, TOOTSIE ROLLERS, THE BEES KNEES, TOP SHELF JAZZ BAND , KINGS CROSS HOT CLUB, THE SMOKEY TAPS, FRANKY & THE JACKS
A Very London A-Fare
Pop-Up Dinner & Cabaret
WARE IT'S AT PRODUCTIONS worked with DISAPPEARING DINING CLUB to create a unique pop-up dining evening with cabaret and live-music at a quirky Hackney warehouse venue. With cuisine based on 'olde London fare' that included dishes such as potted mackerel and rabbit & crayfish pie.
Fair-lady or fop, ragamuffin or rogue, dandy or down-and-out…you’re all gems of London…and you’re all welcome! DDC will be serving up some good old traditional English fare…with flair! So expect some East-End seasonal surprises on your plate.
Once you’ve enjoyed your delicious 4 courses don your top hat or your bowler, your barrow-boy or your bonnet and take a stroll down the strand with sensational cabaret duo SIDNEY & PERCY and their ‘after dinner treat’. S&P have been going down a storm on the pop-up dining scene so they’re experts at helping you digest your devourings. They’ve been described as the warped love-childen of Chaz 'n' Dave and Liza Minnelli...so there’s sure to be some jazz hands and some “dickie-eye-decorum”.
A Game Of Two Halves
Miss Stephanie Ware desined, created and hosted London's most unique and quirky dating night for nearly 4 years..a jolly good old-fashioned evening of speed-dating with a difference!
* No awkward silences
* No fumbling for something interesting to say
* We give you ludicrously ridiculous topics of conversation to get the ball rolling
* Just fill in your score sheet...and we'll do the rest!!
There are only house 3 rules ladies and gentlemen…we ask you to not speak about your job, how much you earn, or how old you are! It's frightfully tedious you see?! Break the rules and you may incur the wrath of "the gloves of justice"...you have been warned!!!
We mix speed-dating with table-football to break the ice, so that you can encounter some like-minded Ladies or Gents as you circumnavigate the room. Perhaps you'll meet your 'Goal Mate'?!...Are You Game?!
2009-2013 at Bar Kick, Shoreditch
Late night at the Tate Museum - 2014
"Experience the weird world of Edwardian-themed football speed-dating" -
The Independent 2013
"Alternative date nights" - The Guardian 2009
"Weird & wonderful" - The Edible Editor 2011
"One of London’s most sought after dating nights" - Londonist 2010