Jonny Woo's All Star Christmas Cabaret

Information

Time: 8:30pm

Tickets: Pay What You Can (suggested price £20)

Running Time: 80 mins (incl. interval)

Age Guidance: 18+

This event takes place in person in our Members Bar.

Jonny Woo welcomes in this years festive season with a raucous Christmas cabaret and sing-a-long.

It’s been two years now since the world has fully embraced the Xmas spirit and Woo’s going to make the most of it with the help of Olivier Award winning composer Richard Thomas, comedian and singer Sooz Kempner and cabaret artiste Kevin Davies. Party cabaret turns, lipsyncs and saucy strips nestle alongside silly celebrity impressions, original ‘Wrong Songs’ and tons of Christmas Carols and pop songs that you can holla along to.

Wrap some tinsel round yer bonce, warm yourself on some mulled wine and join Woo and the gang for some much needed festive fun! 

‘Jonny Woo could stop a war with love’
The Scotsman

‘Jonny Woo is a unique 21st Century talent’
Time Out

 

Part of our OverCome Season
#OverCome2021

PAY WHAT YOU CAN

As part of our wider commitment to making the arts accessible to everyone, all performances at Battersea Arts Centre will now be part of our universal Pay What You Can pricing model.

Once you have chosen your seats, use the drop down to select the price you want to pay. To give you a guide, the drop down will start with the recommended price for each event.

We don’t charge booking or transaction fees, and any amount paid over this will help us continue to make our events accessible to everyone, whilst supporting our activities with artists, young people and our local community.

Head to our blog to find out more about Pay What You Can.

COVID-SECURE MEASURES

We are a COVID secure venue and are following guidelines set out by the government to make your visit a safe and enjoyable one.

All visitors are encouraged to wear a mask or face covering while in the building. This can be removed to enjoy drinks.

Find out more about our covid-secure measures

We are offering a limited amount of socially distanced performances for most events.

Fewer tickets will be sold for these performances providing more space for audiences to be social distanced.

Socially distanced performances will be highlighted next to the dates when booking.

ACCESS

This event takes place in person in our Members Bar.

You will receive an email from us before your performance detailing important information about your visit. If you would like to read about our current COVID safety measures in place, you can find out more about what to expect here.

Audio Described performance date: 10 Dec. Audio description by Dot Alma.

Content

  • This performance contains adult content, strong language and nudity.
  • This performance will have strobe lighting and sudden loud noises.

All performances will be Relaxed and Audio Described.

Further Information

Pre-show information

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