Visible Show November
  • London Fringe

This show features:Bobo The Drag Thing (@oyaboo)Coco Couture (@cococouturequeen)Cynthia Seaward (@cynthia.seaward)and your hostSemiColon (@semicolondrag)

Key InformationDate: Wednesday 17th NovemberVenue: The Glory, 281 Kingsland Road, London E2 8ASDoors open at 7pm Show starts around 7:35pm.

Tickets are priced on a sliding scale, this is to try and make this event accessible to a wider range of people. The earlier you buy your tickets the cheaper they are. There is also a limited number of pay what you can tickets available, aimed to be bought by those who may be short on funds and ordinarily would not be in a position to purchase tickets at full price.

First Release prices - 7 for general admission at an earlybird rate, 9 for VIP.

Second Release prices - 9 for general admission, 13 for VIP.

On the door - 10 general admission , no VIP for sale.

If you are attending the event as a group, where possible, please purchase your tickets together.

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