The Trickery Something Different

The Trickery

  • Date

    Sunday 07 December 2014

  • venue


  • time

    Doors 7.30pm | Show 8pm

  • age


  • price

    £11 inc. bf

  • genre

    Something Different

December brings you cabaret legend Abagail Collins. After expelling herself from The Royal Ballet School, pint-sized comedy powerhouse Abigail Collins has become well known on the cabaret circuit for her mix of comedy, circus and ability to push the envelope well past its sticking point.  

Whether dancing Swan Lake on traffic cones as her Russian diva Katinka, or hooping up a storm as Angel Rodriguez, Brooklyn's answer to Beyoncé, Abigail's work is skillful, sexy and very, very silly. The physique of an athlete and the mouth of Joan Rivers."

"Terrific skills-based character comedian"
Time Out
"Cabaret's triple threat"
This Is Cabaret
"The hilarious and flexible Abigail Collins"
The Stage
"See Her"
Film News UK
"An absolute star"
Angus Mackechnie, Royal National Theatre
"In your face comedy"
The Mercury (Australia)
"Splendidly agile"
The List (Edinburgh)
"Hilarious... beat perfect comic delivery"
The Erotic Review

London Cabaret Award Nominee 2011 & 2013
Winner "Best Comic Act" Milan Burlesque Award 2012
Fool Of Muncaster 2014

We also welcome Peggy Sued. A non-reformed alcoholic and former Playboy Bunny Girl, Peggy is ready to paint Aberdeen red, white and very blue. An acrobatic cocktail trick, a very revealing rendition of 'Fever' and an amazing finale - the splits on two volunteers shoulders while singing - results in an hilarious and truly unique cabaret number.

We also welcome back Wild Card Kitty, in a more different role than we have ever seen.  Presenting a showcase exploring the glamorous world of being a showgirl in show business. Mixing deadpan humour, character comedy and cabaret seamlessly, she makes the sexy look funny. After encouragement from others Kitty moved into performing comedy and has found her natural home. Trained in clowning and physical theatre, she combines her epic failures and love of vintage showgirl aesthetic together with genuine burlesque performing experience to create a unique show that perfectly encapsulates her talents and introduces you to your new favourite comedy characters. 'Dita John Cleese' (Scotsman).

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