£5.92 – £8.06

Big Ol' Bisexual Cabaret

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Harrison Gastro Pub

28 Harrison Street

London

WC1H 8JF

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Rach Wheeley and Cerys Bradley are having a party. A cabaret party with an amazing bill of bisexual performers and a great big bag of badges. There will be comedy, there will be poetry, there will be drag and it will all be fabulous because why have one thing when you can have many?

This night is open to everyone (so long as you have a ticket) but every performer identifies as bisexual (or pansexual or queer or questioning or similar). Our acts include:

Hannah Gordon, a spoken word artist who has featured at events and venues all over London and even on the top deck of a bus, as part of a guerilla poetry event called Bus Da Rhymes.

DAN LOAD, a kingspirational motivation man. He feels good about making you feel good about feeling good.

Rach Wheeley, stand-up comedian extrodinaire considered "Wheeley funny" by Bec Hill and one half of the Edinburgh Show The Unfortunate Bisexual.

Cerys Bradley, the other half of the Unfortunate Bisexual, also a comedian (the kind who likes graphs).

Dionysus, the Ancient Greek God of gluttony, ecstasy, and wine will be blessing us with a drunken appearance to teach us how do sexual decadence better. Offerings and ritual sacrifices welcomed.

Ellie Armstrong, a science communicator, who will be exploring if anyone *really* knows the difference between art and science, in her university-challenge-usurping “Performance Art or Psychology Experiment”.

Marcus Morgan, a comedy magician who will attempt to make sense of his sexuality with a pack of playing cards and a box of cornflakes.

Cally Beaton!

Cally Beaton is an award winning comedian (New Comedian of the Year 2018, Fresh Comedy Knights 2016 Finalist, Gotham Comedy New Talent New York 2015 Finalist...) who you may have seen on QI or heard on BBC Radio 4.

"Exciting and hilarious talent... she's got it"" - Time Out
"Properly funny. A real find" - Sandi Toksvig

"Not even a bit funny. She's just embarrassing" - 16 year old daughter



Doors open at 7 for a 7.30 start.

The event is down one flight of stairs, unfortunately there is no lift access. There are toilets downstairs. There is limited parking available on the street outside the venue.

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