Don’t Miss: underCURRENT’s Seriously Camp Cabaret, July 15th

 

undercurrentAfter their packed to capacity show in The Workman’s in February, and having been invited to perform in this year’s Gay Theatre Festival (IDGTF 2016) in May, underCURRENT return to The Workman’s Club on July 15th with their twelfth full-length show, packed to the brim with cabaret, drag, burlesque, live music, all in their own style of Seriously Camp Cabaret.

Emma Weafer (DialEmma) co-head of underCURRENT tells us:

“We wanted to create a space for multidisciplinary performers that harks back to when variety shows were very popular. Our show appeals to audiences from diverse backgrounds and age groups. The troupe is an inclusive community arts project.”

You can see underCurrent and their Seriously Camp Cabaret at the Workman’s Club, 10 Wellington Quay, Dublin 2, on July 15th – Doors 8 pm.

underCURRENT are all LGBT performers, and are attracting bigger and bigger audiences with every show, being the only one of its kind in Dublin, featuring solos, duets and larger groups performing.

The show is an exciting mix of  cabaret, burlesque, live music and drag, and features selections from:

The Book of Mormon, Hamilton, Saturday Night Live, Matilda, Spamalot, Something Rotten, Grey Gardens, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Thoroughly Modern Millie and Glee, with live music from Lady K & Ruby Noir, Throwing Shade and the Grande Damns.

The underCURRENT Ensemble:
DialEmma
Lady K & Ruby Noir
Julian Mandrews
MissFortune
Fake Plastic Steve
Johnny Blue Eyes
Elle Le Gent

Chartreuse Merlot

Lil’ Vixen

Tickets are 12 Euro, and can be bought from the Workman’s Club at:

https://theworkmansclub.ticketabc.com/events/undercurrent-present/

For more on underCURRENT, you can visit:

uC on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/UnderCURRENT-226808430669710/
uC on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/underCURRENTdub
uC in the Gay Theatre Festival: https://www.facebook.com/events/258840194462134/

 

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