STELLA PINT PRESENTS… A night of comedy and drag starring Jen Brister, Hannah Brackenbury, Sammy Silver, The Dick Hard Experience, Freddie Pluto, George Faithless and Christine Hepworth – James.
Stella Pint – the bio drag queen from Scarborough presents a selection of her favourite acts. Drag kings, stand-ups and musical comedy, with all profits going to local domestic abuse charity Rise.
Jen Brister – stand up comic, writer and comedy actor, a regular performer on the UK and international circuit, Jen has written for BBC Scotland and presented for BBC6 Music. In 2016 she supported Frankie Boyle in London, performing her new show The Other One.
Hannah Brackenbury – Brighton-based musical comedian, is well-known on the scene for her silly songs and hilarious parodies. In 2016 she reached the final of the Musical Comedy Awards and performed at both the Brighton and Edinburgh Fringe Festivals.
Sammy Silver – sassy, sexy, surreal, flamboyant little bear cub who is forever on the search for a daddy. He laughs at his own jokes, dances like a nutter and if you’ve got cash he’ll flirt with you like there’s no tomorrow.
The Dick Hard Experience – features sexy characters singing original songs to popular soundtracks including George Faithless, Pelvis Lezzley and more!
Freddie Pluto – a cosmic being, here on planet earth to change lives through his otherworldly psychic powers and drag king magic.
Christine Hepworth – James – member of award winning Short & Girlie Show impro group since 2002, she recites rib tickling rhymes based on true stories, recounts daft poems about her life, bras, trains and teenage mags feature in her funny fables.
Event: STELLA PINT PRESENTS… A night of comedy and drag
Where: Phil Starr Pavilion, New Steine Gardens, Brighton
When: Sunday, February 12
Time: Doors open at 7pm: Show at 7.4pm
Cost: Tickets £8/£6 concessions available on the door. Licensed Bar
LGBT History Month is an international month-long annual observance of LGBT+ History and the opportunity to commemorate and remember the bravery of those who campaigned and spoke out over the years to help us achieve the freedoms and equality we enjoy today.
The PHIL STARR PAVILION, New Steine Gardens, Brighton, BN2 1PB has a fully functional stage, light and sound system with heating and licensed bar.
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