Queen of Hoxton, London
Tuesday, 20 Mar
£6.76 - £13.12
The Vagina Museum's sell out comedy show is BACK as it's our first birthday on March 20th (yes, we do accept presents thanks so much for asking). We have a killer line up for you, prepare to have your ruddy merkins blown off.
Returning from a smash-hit five-star show at the Soho Theatre, Samantha Baines is headlining this raucous affair. Described as "mindblowing" by The Huffington Post, and "one of the ones to watch" by the Evening Standard, you are in for one hell of a ride.
Support comes from:
Nominated for Best Show in the Edinburgh Comedy Awards 2017, Ahir is "one of his generation's most eloquent comic voices" according to The Daily Telegraph and we certainly agree.
Faye is a trombonist comedian. Yes, you read that right. "Her one-liners are expertly crafted and sharp" and also are her trombone slides.
Rachel is a comedian and podcaster, and produces the hit podcast "Level Up Human". She's only performed at bloody Glastonbury so you better keep an eye on this one.
Everyone's best friend, Chloe Petts is making waves on the stand-up comedy scene including appearances in two major comedy finals. "A compelling presence"- Steve Bennett
Matt is a junior doctor specialising in Rheumatology and General Medicine – this has made his parents very proud. He is also a comedian – this has made his parents very confused.
Anna is not only a comedian but also a materials engineer because she can ruddy do it all, that's what. She has performed all over the country and can also set a trumpet on fire because WE SAID SHE CAN DO IT ALL: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JsnO5mXax5A.
This riotous affair will be MCed by the Director of the Vagina Museum, Florence Schechter.
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1708921732505907/
This event is part of the Vagina Museum's Superculture residency lovingly run by The Mothership Group. All proceeds from this gig will go towards building the world's first physical Vagina Museum. Read more about it here:
Early bird tickets: £6.00
Online advance tickets: £12.00
On the door: £15.00
Queen of Hoxton