Polly: A Drag Rebellion
  • Brighton Fringe

Meet Polly. She doesnt care what you think. All she wants is to be equal, for everyone to be equal.Using hyperpop, spoken word, and drag tomfoolery, Polly will put across her manifesto for ending the worlds problems. Come along as she climbs the cultural and political ladder and has to make the ultimate sacrifice.Using drag and gig theatre, award-winning performer Joe Strickland will incite a rebellion against everything that holds us back in life.A whirlwind of a performance (The Wee Review).Embodiment of the radical potential of drag (The Scotsman).Chronic Insanity is a Nottingham-based collective, creating shows for traditional, found, and digital spaces. They are currently performing 12 shows in 12 months.**** (A Younger Theatre on Myles Away).**** (Broadway World on Conduit).Critic's Top Pick (The i on 52 Souls).VAULT 2020 Highlight (Lyn Gardner on Glitch

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