Whatever Happened to Baby Lame?
And What? Queer.Arts.Festival 2020
24th Mar 2020
Main House - Pleasance London
Remember… keep your enemies close!
Get ready for an absurd explosion of trash-tactic song, interactive comedy, twisted film and furious balls-out performance from alternative drag sensation and co-host of BBC Sounds Drag Race UK Official Podcast, Baby Lame.
SEE… Baby stalked by the horrors of missed opportunity!
WITNESS… this young starlet tortured by the fear of failure!
HEAR… her cries as she desperately clings onto validation!
A kaleidoscope of midnight-movie sexuality and bombastic bad taste… buckle up for a brilliantly bonkers rollercoaster ride and discover what really happened to Baby Lame.
About Baby Lame:
Baby Lame is the co-host of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK: The Podcast alongside Scarlett Moffatt for BBC Sounds. She is also the emcee and co-producer of Mariah and Friendz ("The best damn drag-circus-burlesque show in town" - TimeOut), and creator of the critically acclaimed underground variety revue Shit Show. On stage, Baby has worked regularly with Peaches Christ starring as Lame Edna in the world premiere of Spice Racks at the Castro Theatre. She regrouped with Peaches in 2019 joining the UK cast of Drag Becomes Her alongside RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Jinkx Monsoon and Ben Delacreme. This year Baby will star as ‘Uncle Fister’ in Soho Theatre’s UK Tour of Addams Apple Family Values.
And What? Queer Arts Festival says - Baby Lame is an underground drag-beast and we have been waiting FAR TOO LONG for her solo exploit. Not just a star, a veritable BLACK HOLE or grime, glamour and gawd-help-us, she's coming!
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“Baby Lame drips in psychedelic and ferocious quality” QX Magazine
"Great charm and hilarity" Guardian
"Freakishly Fabulous" Evening Standard
“A welcome breath of fresh, anarchic air on the London cabaret scene” Out Here Magazine
This performance is presented as part of And What? Queer. Arts. Festival. 2020