The “largest village in England” holds its first cabaret and burlesque festival.
“An unapologetic celebration of everything we love about LGBTQ+ culture.”
The literary salon is on tour with shows in Yorkshire and Brighton.
This year’s Pride-goers can look forward to drag, musical comedy, burlesque and a clown or two.
The most controversial burlesque festival around returns next week.
The Mimetic Festival returns for a fortnight of mime, devised, physical and visual theatre, cabaret, puppetry, music and anything else they can fit in.
Next weekend, go west for some of the best of this year’s Edinburgh Fringe acts.
Who are this year’s triumphant troubadours?
Say goodbye to the floating cabaret venue with a slice of panto noir.
All aboard! Inspired by the American Prohibition era, S.S. Atlantica invites its audience to step into a vintage playground.