San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
For the first time in 10 years Miss Coco Peru is back in the UK for a 5-night-stand mini-tour in April 2017, with her sell-out US show:
"A GENTLE REMINDER: Coco's Guide To A Somewhat Happy Life"
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Ever since becoming a YouTube sensation Coco Peru has been inundated with emails from people of all ages asking her the same question, “Coco, what is the secret to a happy life?”
So, being the giver that she is, Coco wrote a new show A GENTLE REMINDER – COCO’S GUIDE TO A SOMEWHAT HAPPY LIFE where, through story and song, Coco shares with her audience a step by step guide that leaves you prepared to enter the world again ready to create your very own “somewhat” happy life.
A New York and Hollywood drag star, Coco has been wowing audiences on stage and screen for over a decade. Best known for her award-winning solo shows and her lead and featured roles in the films Trick and Girls Will Be Girls (for which she won both a best actor and best actress award!), Coco has also appeared on Will & Grace, Arrested Development and in her own television special in the US.
UK tour brought to you by And What? Queer Arts Festival (off season and on tour)
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And What? Queer. Arts. Festival
And What? Queer. Arts. Festival- Now on Tour with Miss Coco Peru
And What? is the newest (and only) London wide Queer Arts Festival on the block, covering the North, South, East and West of the Capital, from Hackney to Chelsea and Vauxhall to Highgate. Not so what? this is AND WHAT? and THIS is why you should be interested:
in 2016 we featuring 130+ artists, 25 events and 36 experiences in 15 venues throughout September and October, there really is something for everyone.
This new festival brings you work from LGBTQIA+ artists including theatre, Visual arts, Circus and Cabaret, International drag icons, film, Performance Art, spoken word and Dance. From superstar mega names like Jinkx Monsoon and Peaches Christ to the freshest Queer homegrown talent; And What? gives you the opportunity to experience the best new work, enter new venues and dip your toes into Queer waters.
With 11 world premiers, numerous London firsts and some exciting talent from America and Denmark, as well as sell-out Edinburgh Fringe artists and a handfull of free events and shows the programme is wide reaching, representative and as diverse (in all its senses) of the city we live in and the communities we come from.