Dates and Times
Sun 17 May 2020 at 5.30pm
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Presented by Karen Fisch
Nominated for Best New Act and Best Arts Event at L Fest 2018 & 2019.
Who were the sex loving, law breaking, fast riding, leather wearing, tattooed Rebel Dykes? Find out as Karen Fisch, AKA Drag King Frankie Sinatra, has created a one-woman musical tracing back 40 years of Gay Prides from outside the conventional margins of society. From squats to demos, Karen Fisch has been on the frontline of the wild, hidden London world of lesbian life, love, sex, clubbing and protesting. Through her hilarious and heart-breaking anecdotes and songs, she brings to life the extraordinary story of her past. Expect a sing-a-long, a chant and tears of both sadness and joy.
Here for one night only… Don’t miss it!
Directed by Barbara Houseman
Associate Director Sue Greenwood
Supported by Arts Council England.
CONTENT TO CONSIDER
The performance contains one reference to suicide. Recommended age rating 18+.
The performance uses strobe lights.
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About the company
Karen Fisher AKA Fisch is best known for her current drag character King Frankie Sinatra. She studied Writing for Performance, Contemporary Dance and Tap at City Lit. With a residency at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern she is a well loved face on the London cabaret circuit and beyond.
Image credit (c) Karen Fisher
Image description: A woman with white hair pointing finger guns at the camera.