Jonny Woo's Brexit Cabaret
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Jonny Woo

Jonny Woo's Brexit Cabaret Tickets

London Coliseum, London, WC2N 4ES
  • Drag Superstar Jonny Woo and Olivier Award-winning composer of Jerry Springer the Opera Richard Thomas bring you this sequin-spangled musical ripped straight from the headlines, Jonny Woo's Brexit Cabaret at the London Coliseum. This is an uproarious yet seriously glamorous satire about the referendum of 2016 and the ensuing furore of ‘Brexit’ with a star-studded cast of top cabaret talent. ‘In’ or ‘Out’? There’s a hell of a lot to sing about. 

    A smash at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018, Jonny Woo, the ‘king and queen’ of London’s alternative scene, and musical theatre’s ‘enfant terrible’ Richard Thomas have written a score that is full of unforgettable songs including Referendum-dumb, Swivel-Eyed Loon, and The Ballot Box Ballad.

    Expect glittering star turns from Jayde Adams as Boris Johnson and Le Gateau Chocolat as Nigel Farage plus more to be announced. Neither Woo nor Thomas intend to bore you with the same old rhetoric or statistics, rather thrill you with hi-jinx, big laughs and unexpected emotional clout.

    At the London Coliseum in London on 17 December 2018, book your Jonny Woo's Brexit Cabaret tickets today!

    Please note: This show is not suitable for children under the age of 16

    Please note: Children under 5 will not be admitted to this event.

    *PLEASE NOTE: In keeping with heightened security measures, no food or drink purchased off-site including alcohol, soft drinks and water are permitted inside the theatre.

  • London Coliseum

    St Martin's Lane,
    WC2N 4ES

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    ’Jonny Woo could stop a war with love’


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