ENVY AND THE DEADLY SINS
  • London Fringe

Cum one cum all, to the newest show in town!

A trip through the deadliest sins told semi-autobiographically through stand up, lip-sync, song and much more! Award-winning superstar Envy will lead you through stunning hilarious performances of every variety while you sit back and enjoy delicious libations.

Expect pop, rock, musicals, comedy, horror, divas, wigs, legs, alien witches from the future, acts of sexual congress, dance, murder, live singing, guest spots, deadly sins, and many more fabulous things we can squeeze into this jam-packed 60min show.

This is Envy's second show after a sell-out run of Envy does everything, Youll not want to miss this bang for your buck, so get your tickets now you little sins!

See you there.

------Meet the queens

ENVY

Weird, wonderful and stunningly beautiful, something spooky, something kooky and always camp! Envy will take you to irreverent cultural phenomenon through to raw theatrical splendour. This rising star not only has live vocals and moves to blow your socks off but creates extraordinary looks to dazzle her audience. Give her a microphone, stage or a bit of fire and be prepared to see what one of Londons most booked drag queens does best.

Envy is everything I love about Drag! sHe pushes himself and the craft constantly whilst always remaining true to herself! Grateful, honest and a DAMN fine performer. All hail Envy Glyn Fussel, Sink The Pink, East Creative Agency.

Envy is creatively brilliant! The execution of all looks & characters is always done with perfect attention to detail. Whether hosting, dancing or acting, Envy always nails it - Camilla Bish, Performer Nation

MARGO MARSHALL

is the ultimate drag dance assassin. An old school glamour girl with a party girl attitude. A cutthroat disco showgirl of over-dramatic proportions. Margo is an intoxicating blend of Madonna and Rafella Carra, a bombshell that will have you stamping in your seats and screaming in the sheets. Training as a professional dancer at the Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts she burst onto the scene quickly racking up high profile credits including, Melanie C 2019 Pride Tour (including World Pride Closing Ceremony), BAFTAs, MTV Music Video Awards, Graham Norton Show, Mighty Hoopla, Brooklyn's BUSHWIG Festival, Robyns Honey Music Video and headlined The Unroyal Variety at Hackney Empire. More recently Margo has started creating queer theatre with her sizzling solo dance show Toxic Femininity directed and produced by Jonny Woo. Along with her own sizzling one-woman shows at The Glory. WARNING dont leave her alone with your husband. Or father.

----------The Glorys Covid Protocols

- Please test before you come to The Glory

- You may have a temperature check to gain entry.

- We are using the NHS PASS for clubbing & large events (or

equivalent text/email/letter) to gain entry

- You DO NOT need a COVID PASS for entry to cabaret events

- We have reduced our capacity

- We have maximised our ventilation

- We are using table and bar service for cabaret events only

- Track and Trace is no longer a requirement for entry

- Entrance is via the main doors on Kingsland Road

- Please sanitize on entry

- Our staff will wear face coverings for the time being

- The Glory encourages double vaccination

The Glory is an LGBTQI+ space.

We have a zero-tolerance policy towards homophobia, transphobia,

misogyny, racism or any form of abuse.

If you do not respect our space, you will be asked to leave.

If you receive hassle on your night out please report it to the manager.

Strictly no hen or stag parties.

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