This archived event took place on 12/02/2021 at 8PM.

Haunted by an ex? Petrified of commitment? Obsessively scrolling through texts from when hooking up with strangers was a thing?

Gash Theatre brings you a spooktacular night full of the most spine-tingling cabaret acts - drag, burlesque, clown, and music that will make you shiver with delight. All to celebrate the most terrifying day of the year: Valentine’s.

Grab your fangs and join us for a hair-raising experience with our scarily hot guest performers:

Cabbage the Clown - Casual Wednesday - Chai - Charlie Wood - Fran Sparklypants - Marlene Peach - Melancholia Blackbile - Mina Van Yeaux - Miss Lolly May - Miss Terri Boxx - Mr. Sam Bam Thankyoumaam - Paul Aleksandr - Risqué

And, of course, GASH

This show is 18+, as it will include nudity, gore, strong language, and sexual references (all the good stuff).

All ticket proceeds will go towards GASH THEATRE GETS GHOSTED, a new digital theatre production premiering this April.

This event was part of GASH Theatre's Lonely Hearts Club, a week supporting the development of GASH Theatre's next project

About the company 

WE ARE GASH THEATRE: A queer, feminist performance company all about fusing theatre and film into trashy, glittery, organized chaos. By deconstructing form and reconfiguring our own gender identities, we aim to make work that is critically provocative, technically groundbreaking, yet still makes you want to boogie.

Inspired by our ever-changing relationship with the online world, our work responds to virtual platforms whilst honoring theatricality and liveness. Our debut production, Gash Theatre Makes a ThirstTrap, is immersive digital theatre taking the form of a B-list horror movie in a house haunted by ghosts of femininity. Using tropes of pop, film noir, drag, and burlesque, we explore the complexities of embracing our own sexualities in the current world. How does one make a feminist thirst trap?

 “THIRSTTRAP is intriguing, utterly compelling viewing, perfect for the theatre lover who enjoys a challenge […] Some seriously weird shit indeed. ” Everything Theatre ⭐⭐⭐⭐