Polly: A Drag Rebellion

Cabaret and Variety (drag, music)

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Description

Meet Polly, she doesn’t care what you think! All she wants is to be equal, for everyone to be equal. In a whirlwind evening of live music, spoken word and drag tomfoolery, Polly will put across her manifesto for ending all the world's problems. Using drag and gig theatre, multi award-winning performer Joe Strickland will incite a rebellion against everything that holds us back in life, exploring the barriers that others put in front of us and the masks that we put in front of ourselves in the process.

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The Wee Review (3/5 stars) 84 days ago

In Joe Strickland’s drag performance, Polly is a lot more than a drag alter ego. Polly is the manifestation of ambition, power and corruption that can filter into anyone who finds themselves in a position to change things. She is the basis of a compelling, powerful piece that investigates political...

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