Emer Dineen

25th Jun 2021

Downstairs - Pleasance London

6:45pm, 8:45pm

Suitable for ages 16 and above


Fringe Futures Festival is a brand new festival of LIVE work-in-progress shows from leading independent performance makers, providing an opportunity for early & mid-career artists to try out work at various stages of development in front of a live audience. Tickets are set at different prices, following a multi tiered "Pay What You Can" model and each week has been curated by a Pleasance Associate Artist around a specific theme. 

Week 5: The Future is Eclectic + Electric with Bric a Brac focuses on cabaret, drag, and clown through the lens of gender.

Duncan Disorderly is yer fave pirate radio Drag King DJ. In this 30 min musical scratch, Duncan desperately tries to rebrand himself as South London’s ‘hardest underground MC’ in an attempt to cut loose from his former fame as a preteen CITV 90s heartthrob. Putting the ‘PENG firmly back into Penge West’, Duncan invites you to celebrate his birthday with a special live set from the 'rave cave' a.k.a mum's garden shed.

Grab your bucket hat, bum bag and beers and join him and a live band for an unforgettable sesh.

★★★★★"big up" (Uncle Eddie)

Taking place in North and South London across May and June, Fringe Futures Festival is an innovative collaboration between the Pleasance & VAULT Creative Arts and will showcase what the future of the fringe is. Click here to see the full VAULT line-up.

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