Sat 18 May The Pembroke Castle Chalk Farm Camden

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Venue: 
Pembroke Castle
comedians: 
JULIAN DEANE

 


Monkey Business

Comedy Club 

Proudly Presents

Award winning

super entertaining celebrity  comedy drag act

ROLAND SAUNDERS


An act that's a little different from the norm.  A political and public figure satire clown impressionist that doesn't actually even say a word.  Takes you on a journey from Donald Trump to amongst many others, Margaret Thatcher, Boris and Mary Berry. 

A human Spitting Image where the outrageousness is celebrated, underlined and lampooned.Winner Oxjam's Tavern's Got Talent 2016Winner New Act of the Year 2017 (Formally Hackney Empire) (second place)TIME OUT MAGAZINE:"Best of all is a heat where a drag Donald Trump takes to the stage"ATTITUDE MAGAZINE:"TV TV did a Mary Poppins pulling out a series of looks from a tiny bag, switching effortlessly between Donald Trump and Boris Johnson cutting their comments on immigration together into a topical and entertaining performance, with added Elton John for glam."​CHORTLE:"somewhere between camp drag cabaret and paper costume quick-change artiste Ennio Marchetto, but is very much unique… and very silly."  Steve Bennett

An act that's a little different from the norm.  A political and public figure satire clown impressionist that doesn't actually even say a word.  Takes you on a journey from Donald Trump to amongst many others, Margaret Thatcher, Boris and Mary Berry.  A human Spitting Image where the outrageousness is celebrated, underlined and lampooned.Winner Oxjam's Tavern's Got Talent 2016Winner New Act of the Year 2017 (Formally Hackney Empire) (second place)TIME OUT MAGAZINE :"Best of all is a heat where a drag Donald Trump takes to the stage"ATTITUDE MAGAZINE:"TV TV did a Mary Poppins pulling out a series of looks from a tiny bag, switching effortlessly between Donald Trump and Boris Johnson cutting their comments on immigration together into a topical and entertaining performance, with added Elton John for glam."​CHORTLE:"somewhere between camp drag cabaret and paper costume quick-change artiste Ennio Marchetto, but is very much unique… and very silly."  Steve Bennett

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