Dolly Trolley: Up & Down the Aisles
  • London Fringe

Find her in the car park at 3am, find her upturned in a ditch, find her making a mess in the canned goods section, its Dolly Trolley waiting to be whisked away for the insertion of a tuppence. She'll be romping her way Up & Down the Aisles of your local inconvenience store - THE GLORY!

Yorkshire born firecracker Dolly Trolley, is completely bonkers, utterly delightful and always at 100mph. Expect to check off everything on your drag shopping lists: high energy lip-sync, fierce dance moves, luscious live vocals, curious comedy and award-winning burlesque. Take your Trolley straight to the checkouts, bring your own bag for life, and join us Friday 20th August for a trip to the supermarket cabaret.

The Details

Friday 20th August 2021

Doors 7.30pm, Show 8pm-9pm

The Glory, 281 Kingsland Road, E2 8AS

Tickets: 8 advance, (6 concessions, 12 with extra tip); 10 on the door

Optional 2 add on *mystery tin*

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