The Lipsinkers

Saturday 25 March – Sunday 26 March 2017,

10:00 PM – 2:00 AM


“Camp, Cult and Glorious” ***** The Times

Back by popular demand after their roof raising debut, The Lipsinkers have been firmly at the heart of London’s alternative cabaret scene for the last ten years. The LipSinkers unique and radical drag show cuts an uncompromising line between showbiz insanity and queer political spoof.

Stick around post show for an after-hours session, DJing disco, new wave, new romantic, pop with smokin’ hot burlesque Go-Go’s and other weird shit – transporting their legendary Royal Vauxhall Tavern Show and After Party to royal Windsor!
“The LipSinkers are a drag troupe who mime to pop songs. But their show isn’t A Night Out with Danny La Rue. It’s not RuPaul’s Drag Race. And it’s not for the mild at heart or the mess-averse. It’s weird, wild, funny and fresh.” ***** The Scotsman
“Utterly leftfield, brilliantly bonkers” ***** Time Out

The LipSinkers regularly perform across the UK and internationally. They have been resident at The Royal Vauxhall Tavern since 2012 and have performed everywhere from the Royal Festival Hall to Butlins via the Labour Party Conference and Soho theatre.
“Bloody amazing” The Guardian
“Perfectly orchestrated” This Is Cabaret

Andrew Lawrence: The Hate Speech Tour

Friday 21st April 2017. 8:00pm

Star of BBC1’s Live at The Apollo, Michael McIntyre’s Roadshow and Dave’s One Night Stand, as well as the hugely successful self-penned BBC Radio 4 series, There Is No Escape.

The UK comedy scene’s most bigoted scumbag presents an all new show of morally repugnant material all for the sake of a cheap laugh. Come, bring a friend who’s easily offended, and be sure to take everything at face value.

‘With every passing minute of his set, Uncensored, you marvel at his chutzpah and worry that he has a death-wish’ The Telegraph.

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‘Powerful, sad, angry, true stuff.’
The Scotsman

‘You owe it to yourself to see him.’
The Mirror

‘He is in a class of his own.’
Edinburgh Evening News