The Vagina Museum is practically wetting itself with excitement because it is hosting the fabulous Dr Jiggs Bowson and Her Charming Science Friends at The Book Club on 22nd November.
Dr Jiggs Bowson is the most glamorous scientist in Britain . She resides somewhere between the worlds of scientific research, vintage glamour and end-of-the-pier naughtiness, a.k.a Brighton. But she is gracing London with her presence for the first time just for you. She warmly invites you to enjoy one of her extravagant shows of science talent, bringing together a unique cabaret of comedy, drag & rudeness. Expect giggles, flirting, facts & amazing hair.
Headlining is Benjamin Butch, the flamboyant drag artist who challenges the social constructs of Femininity and Masculinity within their performances! Benjamin has performed all over the UK and has appeared in many Drag King documentaries and on ITV's This Morning.
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Cerys Bradley is a part time stand up comedian and full time gay who loves sharing their latest scientific research at Jiggs events. Bringing important results, such as "lesbians do exist" and "the LGBTQ community does not cause the weather" they are finally using science to answer the really big questions.
Neuroscientist Oz Ismail will bring to you the anxious confessions of a sexually charged nerd and take you on a journey through his horny, sciencey existence
Anna Ploszajski is a materials engineer and science communicator, and this year was named the Royal Academy of Engineering's Young Engineer of the Year. Previous Jiggs performances include how to make your own money, and the history and science of dildos.
Also supporting is Sadie Harrison and Matt Hutchinson.
This event is part of SuperCulture. SuperCulture is an arts and culture collective running accessible and inspiring exhibitions and events. This September Mothership Group are uniting a cultural programme of events across their Shoreditch venues – Queen of Hoxton, Hoxton Square Bar and Kitchen, The Book Club and Patterns in Brighton.
Profits from ticket sales go towards building the world's first physical vagina museum.