Dragprov's Nutflix Christmas Special: An Improvised Festive Musical
  • London Fringe

Bells are ringing, dreidels are spinning, the holidays are here again! Leave the remote at home and get your fix of festive film hilarity at the Karaoke Hole with Dragprov's Nutflix Christmas Special!

Award-winning drag comedy duo Christian Adore and Eaton Messe have been delighting audiences across the UK and beyond with their lightning-quick, radio ready brand of improvised musical mayhem. This year, they've promised their big daddy producers a chart-smashing Christmas musical spectacular. Only issue is, they haven't written it yet

A Christmas Prince? Don't know her. Christmas on the Square? It's been done. Tonight you'll enter the Santa-verse as Dragprov create an entirely new festive musical before your very eyes, all based on your suggestions!

So dust off the tinsel and don your gay apparel for London's most fabulously festive comedy spectacular!

Quick-witted, eloquentDragprov are bringing glamour to improvised comedy The Guardian

"Everyone thinking of booking something needs to get themselves a ticket and see this brilliantly funny show." London Theatre 1

"Their show will wow you with their musical talents, make you laugh at their comedy techniques" Phoenix Remix

I do not have enough superlatives to describe how incredible this inimitable act is... Filled me with so much joy" The Pink Times

"This show is an uproariously wicked success. A glamorous, belly laugh fiesta 730 review

Doors open 19:00, show 20:00-22:00

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