Aberdeen tribute act The Bloody Marys are all set to pull on their Christmas stockings, boas and fish nets for another festive frock ‘n’ roll night at the city’s The Lemon Tree on Saturday, December 15.
Following the success of last year’s festive show, the transvestite trio return to revive their risqué Christmas set to delight their loyal following of fans.
As well as their off-the-wall Yuletide classics, the band will of course pay tribute to Abba and the Rocky Horror Show and deliver their legendary Take That routines (dance moves included!).
Singer Ian Gray said: "It's great that people have embraced the idea of our Christmas 'outing' again. It was always the show that everyone got behind the first time round.
“We promise all of the old nonsense, and some new tunes as well. Judging by ticket sales, it looks like we are in for a good night."
The band - Ian on vocals, Barry Dodds on guitar and Steve Morrison on keyboard - has been wowing crowds since their reformation in 2011. Originally a regular fixture on Aberdeen's gig circuit in the 90s, their Christmas shows sold out the Capitol Theatre in 1995/96.
The Bloody Marys’ Christmas Stocking is on Saturday, December 15 and tickets, costing £15 plus booking fee, are available online at www.boxofficeaberdeen.com, by phone at 01224 641122 and at Aberdeen Box Office at the Music Hall and His Majesty’s Theatre.