Presented by Antic Productions

18th October to 19th October . 7.30pm .
£10 - £20 full price, £8 - £18 concessions

Inspired by the iconic heritage of Wilton's, Antic Productions invites you to celebrate the herstory of music hall – from the Victorian East End to present-day Tower Hamlets.

You don't need to 
know your Peggy Prydes from your Bessie Bellwoods to have a ball with the pride of London's cabaret, drag and comedy artists. Come and see these mad, wicked follies slaying the velvet!

Featuring Miss Hope Springs (‘Tragi-comic genius’, Julian Clary), Diane Chorley ('Raucously jolly', Evening Standard),  Crystal Rasmussen ('Makes Beyoncé sound like a mewling kitten', Scotsman), Genesis Lynea(Collective Rage, Sylvia), Aimee Atkinson (Olivier Award nominee, SIX), Dinah Lux ("The face of the 21st-century polymath", i-D.) and DENIM ('Voices as true as their wigs are fake', Scotsman) – with further acts to be announced in the coming months.* 

Antic Productions returns following its recent UK premiere production of Jen Silverman's queer spectacle Collective Rage: A Play in 5 Betties (6 OFFIE Award Nominations, including a finalist nomination for Best Production). Inaugurated as Antic Face with a sell-out production at the Victoria and Albert Museum, the 'bold young company' (Guardian) has since produced acclaimed new plays across London. Led by Producer/Actor Emma Hall (Ian Charleson Award Nominee) and Director/Performer Charlie Parham (also one fifth of drag band DENIM), Antic Productions was appointed an Associate Company of English Touring Theatre in 2018. 

*line up is subject to change

They like it

  • Beautifully absurd, extremely funny

    ****. The Stage (on Collective Rage)

  • Empowering, moving, poignant

    ****. The Independent (on School Play)

  • ***** LGBTQ Arts Review & LondonTheatre1 (on Collective Rage)

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