Wed 28th Jun 2023

Time: 7:30pm


Delivering you a platter of the UK’s best and brightest queer talent at the home of queer culture, The Glory in Haggerston!

This night will feature three incredible performers, all of whom are TV and Comedy Club regulars with profits going to LGSM, supporting LGBTQIA+ asylum seekers.

The Lineup

Jen Ives

Jen is known for her often sideways look at what it means to be a trans woman today, as well as other dumb things. She has reached the finals in the Funny Women Awards 2019, been nominated for the Leicester Mercury Awards 2019 and has recently written for BBC Radio 4 Extra, Dave, Pulped, as well as writing & performing in the multi-award nominated SeanceCast for HatTrick Productions. She has also written and starred in a sketch for Channel 4.

Sapphire McIntosh

Sapphire’s been curating her own style of comedy for the past decade and mixes comedy with a slice of realism into everything that she does.
Notable accolades include: BBC Caroline Aherne Semi Finalists 2018, Fringe of Colour Performer 2021, Max Turner 3rd Prize 2022. Channel 4 Reporter and loads of cool footy stuff.

Katie Price

Katie Price is a fast-rising comedian who reached the finals of the LGBTQ Comedian of the Year award. In addition to this, she is also the resident host of the sell-out monthly comedy nights, Mazel Tov and Cocktails and Treif Comedy. She has performed across the UK and Israel, where she is a regular at the renowned ‘Off the Wall’ comedy club and has performed to thousands as part of Tel Aviv Pride. Unashamed to tackle important issues with a tongue-in-cheek charm, Katie finds humour in personal and societal issues and has been praised by many for her writing.


Please note The Glory is a queer venue run by queer people, for queer people and their allies. We operate a zero-tolerance policy towards homophobia, transphobia, racism, misogyny and discrimination of any kind. Be respectful or you will be asked to leave. Strictly no office, hen or stag parties allowed.


The Glory is a very old building with pre-existing accessibility issues and while we’ve strived to make the space user friendly, there is no ‘easy’ wheelchair accessibility to all areas of the venue.


The main bar is accessible, though the toilets are up a flight of 3 stairs with a handrail. Wheelchairs cannot access the toilets however. There is a local restaurant a few doors down who have an accessible toilet that they are happy for our customers to use.


To access shows in the basement there is a narrow flight of 12 stairs with a handrail.


The main bar has plenty of seats and tables. Ticketed shows are seated unless otherwise stated.