Captain Sandy
  • West End

Docking into London's glittering West End this Spring, we can't wait to welcome the most talked about captain on TV& Captain Sandy!

Join the undeniable star of the smash hit reality series Below Deck Mediterranean to discover everything you wanted to know about life at the helm. The stunning locations, the pinpoint precision parking and of course, the never-ending drama&

Hosted by Irish broadcaster, author, podcast host and LGBTQ+ activist and 2020 Celebrity MasterChef champion Riyadh Khalaf.

Captain Sandy Yawn is one of the most recognisable reality TV stars of the past ten years. She has taken part in 5 seasons of Below Deck Mediterranean and has accrued a huge fan base in the UK and throughout the world.

Join us on May 16th at the Lyric Theatre, where you can cast your questions to the captain regarding her incredible career, how she beat cancer, survived a life threatening bike crash and built an outstanding reputation as an elite class of superyacht captain.

The evening promises to be filled with laughs and salacious gossip. So grab your life jackets, a glass of something bubbly and get ready for some major waves in London this May.

Audiences will also be treated to musical numbers from Sandy's partner, acclaimed Gospel singer Leah Rae.

"You call me Captain& Captain Sandy"

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