Save 25% off tickets to Fashion Victim – The Musical!


Fashion Victim – The Musical! is making its West End transfer to the May Fair Theatre from 1-12 April. You’ll fly off the rails with laughter at the dastardly designer deeds, with more dirty ...
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Dickie Beau: Blackouts


‘Drag Fabulist’ Dickie Beau is about to take Blackouts, his first major solo show, nationwide. Beau will channel the ghosts of his celebrated Hollywood childhood idols as he leads the audience on
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Women On The Verge Of A Nervous Breakdown


The much admired Tamsin Greig bravely makes her singing debut in this sharp and stylish musical version of Pedro Almodovar’s breakthrough hit comedy about the consequences of infidelity. ...
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Scottee talks femme realness with Legs and Coq


For the past three years I’ve been touring the country with my sell out variety show Camp! Last year we rolled into London town on NYE and let our (and 600 punters) hair down! This year we’re ...
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SACRED at Chelsea Theatre


SACRED, Chelsea Theatre’s annual program of contemporary performance and live art, returns for a 7th season premiering new work from interdisciplinary artists. In this year’s SACRED, artists ...
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John Waters really is the “Pope of Trash”


Trust John Waters to lure the freakiest, queerest crowd assembled at The Royal Festival Hall since punk diva Siouxsie’s 2013 Meltdown comeback gig. Or the last time Diamanda Galas performed ...
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A very Alternative Miss World 2014


On Saturday 18 October Andrew Logan’s Alternative Miss World made a wonderfully neon comeback after a five year hiatus. Presented, for the first time, within the awe-inspiring Shakepeare’s Globe ...
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Imelda’s Turn: Gypsy at Chichester Festival


If Jonathan Kent’s Chichester Festival production of Gypsy transfers to the West End, it will be the first time since 1974 one of Broadway’s finest and darkest musicals has graced the
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Backstage musings from the Alternative Miss World 2014


A great night of one’s life is often a marvelous party, a great party, which requires a great host who disseminates his charismatic force of personality throughout his chosen space, a great ...
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Porgy and Bess: Murder, police corruption and drug taking


Since Tim Sheader became artistic director of the Regents Park Open Air Theatre five years ago, he has turned a little known gem into an international destination. His imaginative, award winning ...
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Briefs: the Second Coming


Fez Faanana is the founder and leader of acclaimed Australian Boylesque/Circus troupe Briefs. Having stormed Glastonbury the boys are set to wow London with a month’s residency at London ...
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Joan Collins is back in the West End


Joan Collins is returning to the West End with her acclaimed one woman show, Joan Collins: One Night With Joan, to share more stories and secrets of her celebrated life and career as one of the ...
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Cabaret Soup


Cabaret lovers can get their weekly fix of top performers with a new youtube channel. Discover outlandish boundary pushing comedy, upbeat life stories and inspirational icons on Cabaret Soup ...
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Of Saints and Go-Go Boys


This month, Joseph Mercier and his company PanicLab present their latest work Of Saints And Go-Go Boys, in London for three nights at Toynbee Studios. Commissioned for Homotopia’s tenth ...
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Baby Lame: Don’t Call It a Comeback


With 15-plus months of chart-topping hits under her belt, child superstar Baby Lame is back and better than ever in her Royal Vauxhall Tavern Hot August Fringe show, Baby Lame: Don’t Call it a ...
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