Margaret Thatcher Queen of Soho

Maggie returns in her smash hit drag extravaganza! ★★★★ Times

Following four sell-out runs at the Edinburgh Fringe the Iron Lady is back and more fabulous than ever! To mark the 30th anniversary of the passing of Section 28, Maggie is reviving her original critically acclaimed smash-hit show MARGARET THATCHER QUEEN OF SOHO and bringing it to VAULT Festival 2018.

On the eve of the vote on Section 28 Maggie gets lost in Soho and accidentally
becomes a cabaret superstar, but will she change her mind about the homophobic bill before it’s too late…? A big gay odyssey about gay rights, the 80’s and disco.

‘A rollicking good laugh’ ★★★★ Attitude
‘Glorious camp with political punch’ ★★★★ Times
‘Less than respectful’ Telegraph
Created by Jon Brittain (Olivier Award-winner for Rotterdam) and Matt Tedford (‘the best Mrs Thatcher since Spitting Image’s Steve Nallon’ – Arthur Smith)

Theatre
1hr 10m
The Vaults
14 — 25 Feb 20:20
£16.50
12+
20:20
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Dates

Wednesday 21 February Wed 21 Feb 20:20 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now
Thursday 22 February Thu 22 Feb 20:20 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now
Friday 23 February Fri 23 Feb 20:20 Book Now
Saturday 24 February Sat 24 Feb 20:20 Book Now
Sunday 25 February Sun 25 Feb 20:20 Included in 2 for 1 Offer Book Now

About the company

Áine Flanagan Productions

In 2013 Jon Brittain and Matt Tedford wrote a response piece to Margaret Thatchers death for Theatre 503, where they joined forces with Áine Flanagan Productions now nearly 5 years on, the show has toured internationally, had 4 sell out Edinburgh Fringes, a national tour and many sold out appearances in London.

Margaret Thatcher Queen of Game Shows and Queen of Club nights have also been launched.

Artistic Team
Written by
Jon Brittain and Matt Tedford
Directed by
Jon Brittain
Lighting Design
Alex Fernandes
Design
Chris Hone
Produced by
Áine Flanagan Productions
Cast
Cast
Matt Tedford, Ed Yelland, Nico Lennon

Press & Reviews

Attitude

A rollicking good laugh ★★★★★

The Times

Glorious camp with political punch ★★★★

Telegraph

Less than respectful