Frid 27 Mar Camden Cabaret / drag burlesque
original 80s party girl CHAMONIX ASPEN Chamonix is the original 80s party girl who came from the wrong side of the slopes to make it big in every global hotspot. International Monied Trash never looked so good. Born at 69 Bedspread Avenue, Staines Chamonix fell in with the jet set after being voted top in her class at the VIM Au Pair school for young ladies. She worked under amongst many, many others Omar Shariff, Roger Moore and controversially Charlie Chaplin. A best-selling novelist.....”On The Piste with Chamonix” her guide to creating the perfect party and “Mountin’ Men - how to really succeed in business” was Chamonix’s feminist contribution to the Germaine Greer book awards 1985. Chamonix now divides her time between the Learjet carousel at Southend Airport and the recently vacated Playboy Mansion, for which she has always had a key.
finalist in RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Ambassador CHRIS NELSON Sue Gives A Fuck started life in front of RuPaul, as a finalist in RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Ambassador. It was her first time in drag, it was too much, and she didn’t like it. She was, however, immortalised by Katy Price in the words ‘Can I have a porn star martini? No? Ugh. Fine, my favourite’s Sue.’ Since then she’s gone on to host countless sell-out shows, perform with Charlotte Church and to Ian Mckellan, win The Glory's Lipsync 1000, in which 100 of the UK’s best drag artists performed, and get crowned by Michelle Visage in this year’s You Better Werk competition. Now she’s largely abandoned her adoring fans in cabaret to perform on the comedy scene. Because someone has to educate straight people
Madame Chandelier's Rough Guide to the Opera
Madame Chandelier's Rough Guide to the Opera Bio: Whether you love opera, or need to know more so you can pretend you do, Madame Chandelier’s Rough Guide to the Opera is the show for you! Having stolen this great music from the grand opera house, Madame Chandelier, the joyfully ridiculous and self-proclaimed anti-diva of opera, is tearing down the pretence and bringing opera to the people.