Séayoncé Bah Cumbag!
  • London Fringe

Santa wants a divorce and Sayonc isnt happy! Its been years since he has filled her stocking or climbed down her chimney, its time to dish the dirt!

Is Rudolphs red nose actually just Chlamydia?

Are the Elves allowed to unionise?

How does bread gobbling Jesus feel about capitalist Christmas?

Snog, Marry, Kill the three wise men?


Lets try and get into the festive spirit and put the ho into Ho Ho Ho with live pianist extraordinaire Rudi Douglas and the award winning comedy sensation Sayonc!


It is the time of year for giving, so give this legendary Mystic your money and they will give you a night you will never forget.


Expect contact with the spirits, belting Christmas carols and all the dirty gossip about that bearded creep who makes you sit on his lap!


10th December

the Glory

Kingsland Road

E2 8AS

Tickets 12


19:00 (doors open) show starts 20:00

"A sharp edge of wit...I found myself hoping for it to last longer." LGBTQ Arts Review

"Queer, overboard and full of vice" LondonBoxOffice.

Favourite show Ive ever seen...Sayonc slays The Upside News

Winner: Vault Festival After Dark Award


Nominee: The QX Cabaret Award for Best Comedy act 2019


Recommended by Cond Nast as one to see at 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Following a sell out extended run at Soho theatre this Halloween, so book quickly!


(No refunds on day of the show)

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