Fagwartz 2: Revenge of the Death Munchers
  • London Fringe

Its close to midnight, and something evils cruising in the park

All has been well in the magical world of Fagwartz since the defeat of Delilah Humbug, or so it seems! As witches, wizards and non-binary necromancers the world over ready themselves for the October festival of Hagsabbath, dark forces are lurking in the shadows with pernicious plans to resurrect Mary Potters long-defeated nemesis!

Schools out and youre discordially invited to follow the dark mark and join us at The Cheeky Cauldron to find out if youve got what it takes to become a devious Death-Muncher and resurrect the mistress of all evil, She-Who-Must-Not-Be-Deadnamed!

Expect twists and turns galore; prison breaks, power ballads and poppers aplenty! Its spoofy! Its spooky! Its SPOOPY! Fagwartz is back with a vengeance this halloween season to send shivers down to your nether-regions in a hilariously horrifying romp from the marvellous minds of award-winning cabaret artistes Jimmy Lavender and Felix Le Freak.

Fagwartz is a queer, interactive, musical, theatrical experience dedicated to the power and perseverance of LGBTQ+ witches, wizards and non binary necromancers everywhere.

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