Review: “Dog Show” @ Pleasance Theatre

Fancy a hilarious, camp, kinky alternative musical this Xmas?  “Dog Show” at the Pleasance Theatre is the answer…

This irreverent Canine Cabaret is engaging and terrific fun from its very first bark.

Featuring stand out performers from across the queer cabaret scene; We experience life from a dog’s perspective …in all its humour, pathos and longing. 

The show moves at a cracking pace with slick dance routines, great songs and fantastic costumes (thanks to Kelli Des Jariais). The lighting and sound design transport us to each witty doggy vignette featuring excellent solo and ensemble performances.

This divine dog’s dinner of a show is devised, in the Weimar tradition, by the fabulous (Sink the Pink) Ginger Johnson and David Cummings who are stand out performers in the talented cast. 

The Pleasance Theatre (6 mins walk from Caledonian tube, free on street parking) is a hidden treasure of a venue. As well as supporting individuals artist development, it has a great bar and restaurant with cabaret style seating (and service) in the theatre.

 Highly recommended, and not just for dog lovers.  Its a great night out.

Until 19th December. Tickets at https://www.pleasance.co.uk     02076091800

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