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Stark Dallas Naked

And What? Queer.Arts.Festival 2020

Cancelled

Main House - Pleasance London

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Overview

A decade has passed since Jonny Woo, David Mills and Timberlina last performed their cult classic hit Stark Dallas Naked. Much has changed; we now have Trump, Brexit (maybe) and imminent climate doom. Much has stayed the same; we still have dodgy wigs, wobbly sets and tequila sunrises. 10 years on, Jonny, David and Timberlina lovingly return as Pam, JR and Sue-Ellen, updated for today’s political, environmental and social climate. Expect queer raucousness, silly slapstick and biting satire in this highly camped up pastiche and ode to the American soap opera Dallas. Suitable for those that loved Stark Dallas Naked last time around and for those too young to remember.

Jonny Woo is an actor and drag performer. He has toured the world with solo and group shows, and had residencies at Soho Theatre and ICA, and created events for The National Theatre, and Hackney Empire. His party Gay Bingo changed London's drag scene, bringing in a new generation of 'alt drag'. He has devised numerous shows as well as opening The Glory, which he tours festivals with.

David Mills is an actor and comedian on the UK's alternative stand-up and cabaret circuit. Mills has taken shows to the Edinburgh Fringe and performed at venues nationwide. Mills' recent solo cabaret show in New York received critical acclaim.

Tim Redfern has been performing as Timberlina for 15 years. He is co-artistic director of Queer performance platform Mother’s Ruin in Manchester. As well as co-writing the original Stark Dallas Naked, Timberlina has hosted the Big Bingo Show at Royal Vauxhall Tavern for 13 years as well as facilitating and performing at venues including Southbank, National Archive, National Trust, National Portrait Gallery and Tate.

This show is presented as part of And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. 2020

Includes a free post-show chat with the cast, hosted by Dan de la Motte

SPECIAL 'LYPSINKA' OFFER: with every purchase of a ticket to The Fabulous Lypsinka Show receive a £2 discount on Stark Dallas Naked. Discount applied at checkout when purchasing both shows together.


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