Birmingham gay scene variety show announced

Birmingham gay scene  variety show  announced
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Posted on 30 Nov 2018

Birmingham gay venue Missing Bar has announced the first ‘Birmingham gay scene variety show’, with auditions taking place this month.



Missing’s James Cowper is looking for Birmingham performers and artists of all genres who would like the opportunity to showcase their talents. Whether you’re a drag artist, magician, singer, comedian,        puppeteer or musician, ‘this is your time to shine’.


The show will take place on Sunday 31 March - but auditions are being held at      Missing Bar on Wednesday 5 and Wednesday 12 December (both at 7pm).



For more information or to show interest in auditioning, email james@jcowper.co.uk or message James or Missing Bar via direct message on Facebook.

Pic: Missing’s James Cowper as alter ego Gavina Vagina

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