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John Waters loves Christmas, and he wants you to know. The legendary cult-filmmaker takes to the stage with his traditional one-man monologue, extolling the virtues of everyone's favorite holiday, from offering advice on Christmas films and music to asking the important questions you've always wanted answered by the people's pervert, such as 'Is Santa erotic?'
There is more to John Waters than the thin, penciled mustache and impeccable tailoring suggest. His films have earned a reputation for being transgressive in their celebration of freakery, he is a champion of the glamorous misfit, never compromising and or conforming. Some might say he's an acquired taste, yet there is nothing more enjoyable than watching someone enjoy themselves whilst peddling some hilarious smut-filled anecdotes, reminding us not to take the holidays too seriously!
Performance date: 21 December 2021
Due to mature themes, this show is recommended for those 18 plus
You may be required to have had a COVID vaccine in order to attend this performance or show proof of a negative test. Please contact the venue directly for more information on this.
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