Julian Clary's Born to Mince

  • Wednesday 05 Jun Wed 05 Jun
    07:30PM
    Nearly Sold Out

Wed 5 June 7.30pm            Theatre

Julian Clary's Born to Mince tour

‘Are you ready for some filth? I know I am. It’s been a while since I sallied forth to pleasure the provinces with my particular brand of saucy innuendo. Let me at them!’

In this outrageously camp new show, (that he was going to call Bed Knobs and Knee Pads but was advised might not sell too well in Harrogate), renowned homosexual Julian Clary will bare his soul as never before in the interests of light entertainment.

He’ll murder some well known songs along the way, no doubt, read you a sneak preview from his next memoir A Night At the Lubricant and make withering remarks about punters foolish enough to sit in the front row. You know the kind of thing. It’s the only life he knows. Don’t miss out.

This might well be the final mince…

‘Julian Clary unleashes a tsunami of smut’ The Guardian (praise for panto)

Recommended 16+

Tickets: £27.50 (discounts: £25.50)

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