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Mothers Ruin is Live At The Coliseum

Mothers Ruin is Live At The Coliseum

With Contact Theatre under going a major refurbishment, all the performances for this years festival are in venues right across Greater Manchester.

This one is at Oldham Coliseum on Saturday 27th January 2018

Book now as part of Queer Contact 2018.

'An outrageously entertaining night bursting with queer comedy mayhem” Manchester Wire

Manchester's much loved Queer performance night Mother's Ruin makes it’s debut at Oldham Coliseum on Saturday 29th January 2018, for a sensational night of outrageous cabaret mayhem as part of Queer Contact 2018. 

With a top bill of artists from Manchester, the North West and beyond, Mother’s Ruin fuses warmth with wild hilarity to bring a Queer variety night of comedy, music, dance, drag and the unpredictable like no other.

Timberlina hosts | Cheddar Gorgeous | Jonathan Mayor | Debs Gatenby | Diva Hollywood | Cheddar Gorgeous | Donal Sarsfield | House of Decay | The Sunday Boys.

Glamorous ecologically minded bearded drag lady Timberlina is our hirsute hostess for the cracking bill that sees; Manchester's hottest drag, boylesque artist Cheddar Gorgeous; Debs Gatenby, channeling her inner clown; whip cracking cabaret performer Diva Hollywood;  the forgotten Bollywood love-child of Hinge and Bracket, Kenneth Williams and Eddie Izzard, the sensational Jonathan Mayor; stand-up spoken word artist, litterbug cartoonist and Literary Death Match Manchester champion Fat Roland; a little bit Rufus, a little bit Schubert, a little bit Bernard Parmegiani the one and only Donal Sarsfield; Manchester's premier vogue house the House Of Decay; plus Manchester's sensational all Male Choir The Sunday Boys.

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Published: 11-Jan-2018

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