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MOTHER’S BLOOMERS ARRIVES AT KINGS ARMS SALFORD FOR GM FRINGE
 

Star date: 16th July 2016

A CABARET OF QUEER FOR GM FRINGE

Mother's Ruin presents Mother's Bloomers
Friday 22nd July
Kings Arms £6/£4

Mother's Bloomers is a cabaret of exploratory, extraordinary queer and alternative performance coming to the Kings Arms on Friday 22nd July as part of the Greater Manchester Fringe. Expect whip teasing, drag, retro glamour, offbeat video and very adult short tales of the unexpected. Tickets are selling fast, as Anthony Murphy reports...

Full details here...


Tickets are selling fast for Mother's Bloomers at the Kings Arms on Friday 22nd July. Making its debut at the GM Fringe, Artistic Director, Lisa Lee, says this is a great platform for alternative and innovative artists to present adventurous and bold short new performances.

A celebration of queer performance, art and lifestyle, the concept of Mother's Ruin first appeared in 2009 and the forthcoming event will be the third time that it has graced the Kings Arms in Salford. It has magically transcended the line of being an established show and remains a cutting edge production...

"The key mission is to reach out further and increase participation and engagement with LGBTQ artists and wider audiences" explains Lisa, an experienced performer and producer of queer performance "All the work is new and currently in development."

The Mother's Bloomers night is hosted by the dark comic storyteller Fat Roland, and features Trish Dee, Violet Blonde, Marilyn Misandry, Kommander Karl, Lill Queen, Eva Serration, and Diva Hollywood.

This show always sells out and remaining tickets for the Fringe event are in single figures. However, there is some good news for anybody who misses out this time,  as Mothers Ruin returns to the Contact Theatre, Manchester on Friday 25th November.

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Mother's Ruin presents Mother's Bloomers
Friday 22nd July 7pm
Kings Arms
Bloom Street M3 6AN

Tickets £6/£4 – click here to book

For further details see www.mothersruin.co.uk

* Main photo Lill Queen

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