Liverpool-born drag artist Danny Beard is the winner of season four of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK, breaking records as the first bearded queen to appear on the show.
A self-proclaimed ‘shady, singing, cartoon clown’, Danny is a singer and performer with unique flare and humour.
Danny was a semi-finalist on Britain’s Got Talent and is well-versed in performing. They are a regular on Manchester’s Drag scene, often appearing at cabaret nights mixing club kid aesthetic with old school drag performance style as well hosting and headlining pride festivals across the country.
Danny hosts a weekly LGBTQ+ podcast, The Gossip Gays where they and their co-star give us a run down on the weeks news, gossip, as well as turning agony aunt with hilarious consequences.
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical has been a rip-roaring success since the show started in 2008. It has had eleven sell-out years at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, two West End runs, an Olivier award and a BBC Radio 4 series.
In the show, the audience meets a writer of musicals who is on a deadline – he needs their help. The audience shouts out suggestions of a setting, musical styles and the title of the show and they’re off!
The Showstopper team – cast and band – will then weave a brand new musical in front of the very eyes of the audience, complete with hilarious characters, fabulous dance routines, beautiful songs, epic story lines, all sprinkled with the pzazz of a Broadway show.
Every night is a premiere and they quite literally couldn’t do the show without you, so why not pop down and help them create the next hit musical?
The Sugarcoated Sisters are an award-winning musical comedy duo and real-life siblings from Hertfordshire. Chloe is the blonde, Tabby is the brunette!
The Sugarcoated Sisters launched on TikTok in January 2020 and since then have gained over 600K online followers and over 100M views. Their content covers feminism, dating, UK culture and more packaged as original, well-produced musical sketches.
Tabby & Chloe entered the live comedy scene in Jan 2022, with a guitar and double and scathingly rude original songs. The won Best Newcomer at the Musical Comedy Awards 2022 and have been doing gigs and previews around the country before they performed their Edinburgh Fringe Debut with Sugarcoated Sisters: Bittersweet to massive acclaim in 2023