Thursday, 27th April 2017
TONIGHT ON STAGE: Crystal dCanter Ian Parker Piano Bar

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Sunday, 23rd April

Mary Mac

Mary Mac

Mary Mac was born and raised in the Southside of Glasgow. She began her training, age three at Betty McMurtie School of Dance where she received Merit in RAD Ballet Grade 1-5. Several appearances with local amateur company Southside Singers followed including Ado Annie in Oklahoma, Annie in Annie and Annie Oakley in Annie Get Your Gun. Mary quickly signed up to a “supporting artistes” agency in Glasgow and had her first taste of real fame when she appeared as a floating corpse in the hit Scottish crime drama Taggart. Realising she had much more to give, she decided to leave her life in Glasgow behind and head for the bright lights of London where she was spotted singing in a karaoke bar in Chinatown and immediately signed up to TAT Agency and is currently living the dream in London, working Front of House but has appeared in various cabaret shows throughout London aswell as starring in two of her own shows “A Midsummer Nights Drag!” at Above The Stag Theatre in Victoria and “Boys Who Do Girls and Girls Who Do Boys” which Mary hosted onboard The Battersea Barge and also in Freedom Bar, Soho with a live band a guests from the West End and Mary also has her own one woman show, “Mary Mac is Musical Theatre” which she has been performing throughout the UK!! Mary briefly left the footlights behind for an appearance on Sky One’s “Louie Spences Showbusiness” where she got to strut her tartan stuff and sing to the nation aswell as being asked to perform in the LIVE show hosted by Louie at The New Wimbledon Theatre in London.
Miss Jason

Miss Jason

Jason is probably best known as his drag persona Miss Jason, and has been entertaining audiences across the country for the past 13 years.

Aside from his cabaret work, in 2015 Jason appeared in his first family pantomime with PHA Associates in Redhill as Dame Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk playing alongside Paul Daniels and the lovely Debbie McGee. In 2016 Jason appeared at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare as Widow Twanky in Aladin.

His TV credits include BBC One’s The Weakest Link (drag queen special), Channel 4’s Come Dine With Me, BBC One’s Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and Sky1’s Chocky-Wocky-Do-Dah.

Jason has also been part of the Brian Ralph Alternative pantomines at the Pavilion Theatre, Brighton for the last 10 years

Jason charity work and vared and well documented, especially his connection to Thais For Life, an independent charity based in Thailand dedicated to assisting thais with medical and special needs, in particular Jason strive’s to assist the Bang-Gin-Ji orphanage in Pattaya giving the children there a better quality of life.
Myra Dubois

Myra Dubois

After spending some time as a dominating presence in Rotherham's thriving bohemian amateur-dramatic scene, Myra moved to the bright lights and over-priced drinks of the capital in 2008.

Since then she has performed at some of the most revered Cabaret venues in London, toured the UK, starred in four very adult pantomimes, received almost sycophantic praise at the Edinburgh Fringe and died on her arse in a national competition. You can't have everything.

She currently resides in a caravan parked up in an undisclosed South London location. It's not much, but it's home.