Cabaret Sauvignon: #TASTY
  • London Fringe


The deep, full-bodied & delicious DRAGLESQUE variety show

What is draglesque? Were not sure if its a word, but we adore it, and it tastes scrumptious. Imagine a venn diagram between drag and burlesque, it's the section in the middle which just so happens to be rhinestoned, wearing too much eyeshadow, and spinning tassels from multiple body parts.

An all star lineup of performers will join the delightfully bonkers drag and burlesque sensation, Dolly Trolley, for the fourteenth edition of Cabaret Sauvignon on the spectacular stage of Colours Hoxton, fresh after her shift on the fryer. Critics are describing the night as well rounded, crisp, complex, earthy, nutty, sophisticated, pungent, and capable of ruining your carpet.

featuring and all-star lineup to be revealed


Expect genderfunk, sparkles, parody, tease, comedy, flying items of clothing, fierceness, and high-talent silliness.

Saturday 3rd September is the date for your diaries, so put down the pinot, ready your tastebuds, and get your seats for Cabaret Sauvignon.

The Details:

Saturday 3rd September 2022

Doors 6.30pm

Show 7pm

Show finished by 9.15pm

Colours Hoxton, 2-4 Hoxton Square, N1 6NU

Wheelchair accessible


Standard entry tickets: 12 per person

Down the Front: 16 per person

Concessions: 8 per person

Follow Dolly Trolley on Facebook & Instagram @dollytrolley, and online at for regular updates and announcements

Colours take the health and safety of our guests and our staff very seriously. We are following government safety guidelines to ensure that the appropriate safety measures have been met.

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