Three’s A Cabaret!
Live from The Glory, it’s Saturday night!
Stuck at home alone? Forget that old saying that Two’s Company because…
Three’s A Cabaret!
After a two month break, join London drag staple HERR as she guides you through a night of her most ridiculous acts, with new material and a tale or two to tell.
To make up the trio of talent, her special guests this month are cagoule wearer, writer and poet – the hilarious Barbara Brownskirt! Also joining the ranks is Kyleigh, a stateside star with looks and talent to match, this American beauty is fresh off her run in Taylor Trash’s ‘The Gold Rush’ competition and ready to put on a show goddamnit.
A blast from the past hurtling you far into the future, it’s London’s one and only, HERR.
An artistic enigma, HERR creates performances that have injected vitality into the UK drag scene, succeeding like no other in taking the mundane and making it entertaining. Long division? Check. Buttering toast? Double check. Eating Jaffa Cakes? Triple check!
She knows her pop culture and isn’t afraid to venture way back when to find inspiration.
In a short space of time HERR has become an established and respected name on the circuit, performing all over the UK all the while establishing and hosting nights in the heart of the capital.
She is curator to another cabaret character, her imaginary friend, Imogen Thatt and serves as ‘Nadine’ in the popular tribute group, Gals Aloud.
BABRARA BROWNSKIRT is the creation of, and performed by Karen McLeod. Her debut show Who Do You Think You Are? Barbara Brownskirt. was part of Brighton Fringe 2017 and earned a 4 star review at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. As Writer-in-Residence at the 197 bus stop on Croydon Road in south east London, Barbara is anorak wearing and unlucky in love. Writing and performing (intentionally) appalling poetry Barbara is highly prolific and hugely unsuccessful. Failure and aloneness are major themes. Barbara has been described as ‘affecting, sad and touchingly unaware’ to the extent that her poetry becomes genuinely moving.
The act plays regularly at London’s Southbank Centre, Duckie, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern and other stand up alternative poetry nights. In 2015 Barbara performed with artist Scottee, as part of FRAFF, ‘a poetry night for drunks and dyslexics’ at Bestival, Wilderness Festival & Heart of Glass in Liverpool. In 2016 the act was shortlisted for Ultimate Planet LBQ Comedian, played with Duckie at Latitude Festival and participated in the Audition Project, bringing together 75 live UK artists on the Birmingham Hippodrome stage as a snapshot of the performing arts in 2016.
A stateside star with looks and talent to match, this American beauty is fresh off her run in Taylor Trash’s ‘The Gold Rush’ competition and ready to put on a show goddamnit.
Three’s A Cabaret is downstairs in The Glory’s basement
Doors at 7pm
Tickets on OutSavvy via link
£5 Early Bird
£8 On The Door