Dusty Limits: Mandrogyny

Unwrapped: a festival of comedy, cabaret and drag
Curated by Victoria Falconer

How did a little boy obsessed with dinosaurs grow up to be a louche singer in makeup and heels?

‘The Trailblazer’ of London cabaret (Time Out) sings original songs about lost love, temporarily misplaced love, self-love and radical social policy, and tells stories about his life (which may or may not be true). Featuring long-time collaborator and acclaimed composer Michael Roulston on the piano.

“Consummate wit and assured audience rapport.”
Time Out ★★★★★
“One of the Fringe’s masters of cabaret”
The Scotsman ★★★★
“Limits never fails to delight the audience.”
Broadway Baby ★★★★
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Blooming gorgeous workshop with #KatieMitchell @bushtheatre yesterday afternoon. Ready to start brushing up on my h… https://t.co/6F9zudzbbp
Florence Taylor
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26 Feb
What a fantastic and inspirational directing workshop with the great Katie Mitchell! Thank you for the unique opportunity @bushtheatre 🎉
André Agius
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25 Feb
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Barry Fitzgerald
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25 Feb
Beautiful advice from our gorgeous Josh-Susan Enright. And the wonderful @twilkeyway and @travisalabanza. What a dr… https://t.co/FtMQwK6Cf1
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25 Feb
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25 Feb
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28 Jan

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