How To Catch A Krampus

13th Nov 2018 - 23rd Dec 2018

Main House - Pleasance London

7:30pm, 2:30pm


Deck the halls with boughs of horror!

International drag collective Sink the Pink are excited to present a dark and terrifying twist on the traditional Christmas theatre show this winter.

Inspired by London's bawdy and dangerous theatrical past and a love of classic British Horror - think Sweeney Todd meets the Wicker Man (and Black Mirror with better wigs!) - How To Catch A Krampus is a raucous anthology of terrifying stories and spooked-out songs that come climbing out of the winter dark to remind us that not everyone is good for goodness' sake....

  • Dancing drag queens!
  • Terrifying live score!
  • Show-stopping numbers!
  • Mind bending magic!
  • Bogey men, blood, and brussel sprouts!

A black-hearted antidote to all things cheery this festive season... Guaranteed to ruin your Christmas and enough to put you off your eggnog!

“Brilliant, bizarre and completely unmissable...” ★★★★★ - Time Out on previous show ‘Down The Rabbit Hole

Presented by Sink The Pink and Pleasance Theatre.

Recommended for ages 18+

First aiders will be present at each performance in case any audience member feels unwell. Hang on to your wigs!

@SinkThePinkLDN | @ThePleasance | #CatchAKrampus

Important information:

This show contains nudity, flashing lights, and scenes of a violent and disturbing nature.

Open/closeReviews and Quotations

"It's brilliant, bizarre and completely unmissable..."
5 stars
Time Out on 'Down The Rabbit Hole'
"It’s hard to describe Sink the Pink until you’ve experienced one of their events..."
4 stars
Attitude on 'Down The Rabbit Hole'
"amid the bedlam, there’s a hefty dollop of goodwill on offer..."
4 stars
The Stage on 'The Queen's Head'
"A great, irreverent festive outing for anyone who thinks Christmas is a drag..."
4 stars
Time Out on 'The Queen's Head'
"It’s camp, funny, sweet and – most importantly – Christmassy. Go and see it!"
Hiskind on 'The Queen's Head'

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