Global superstar La Voix is set to bring her most glamorous show yet to the Midlands.
Expect ‘side-splitting comedy, huge vocals, mesmerising impressions of the world’s biggest divas and bucketfuls of energy’ when the Britain’s Got Talent and RuPaul’s Drag Race star stops off in the region next month and beyond.
And big fan Jennifer Saunders has some sound advice for any first-time attendees at a La Voix show: “Wear thick pants,” urges the Ab Fab star, “because you’ll wet yourself laughing.”
La Voix appears at: Nottingham Arts Theatre, Sat 7 March; Festival Drayton Centre, Market Drayton, Fri 13 March; Huntingdon Hall, Worcester, Fri 27 March; The Old Rep, Birmingham, Sat 30 May.
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