£10 - £20 full price, £8 - £18 concessions
Inspired by the iconic heritage of Wilton's, Antic Productions
invites you to celebrate the herstory of music hall – from the Victorian East End to
present-day Tower Hamlets.
You don't need to know your Peggy Prydes from your Bessie Bellwoods to have a ball
with the pride of London's cabaret, drag and comedy artists. Come and see these
mad, wicked follies slaying the velvet!
Featuring Miss Hope Springs
(‘Tragi-comic genius’, Julian Clary), Diane Chorley
('Raucously jolly', Evening Standard), intergalactic glitter rock band ACM
(‘Stalwarts of the queer punk scene’, LOVE Magazine), Aurora Kills
(‘A religious experience’, Rikki Beadle-Blair), LIPSYNC1000 Winner Bolly-Illusion, Crystal Rasmussen
('Makes Beyoncé sound like a mewling kitten', Scotsman), Dinah Lux
("Is this the face of the 21st-century polymath?", i-D), Glamrou
(‘Full of heart and soul’, Scotsman), Helen Duff
(‘Bold, subversive and very funny’, The Scotsman) and Hollie Buhagiar
(‘Effortlessly glides across octaves’, Soundcloud).*
Antic Productions returns following its recent UK premiere
production of Jen Silverman's queer spectacle Collective Rage: A Play
in 5 Betties (6 OFFIE Award Nominations, including a finalist
nomination for Best Production). Inaugurated as Antic Face with a sell-out
production at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the 'bold young company'
(Guardian) has since produced acclaimed new plays across London. Led by
Producer/Actor Emma Hall (Ian Charleson Award Nominee) and Director/Performer
Charlie Parham (also one fifth of drag band DENIM), Antic Productions was
appointed an Associate Company of English Touring Theatre in 2018.
*line up is subject to