ALT B: Drag Cabaret – Nuts and Bolts

“Before she was pretending to sing, she was merely nuts and bolts”

Anna Toni’s ship The Queen Hairy has crash landed on a strange, hostile alien planet. With no way of returning home Anna must confront the new dangers and her own past with the only weapon she has, LIPSYNC!

Nuts And Bolts is a galactic trip charting the origin story of Anna Toni, told through drag, poetry and music.

Self-produced and directed, theatre and cabaret clash like meteors in a cosmic explosion of queerness, camp, and self love.

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