Cheeky diva strums about her former lovers
Tricity Vogue plays her ukulele like no other, singing songs about her disastrous love affairs and airing her dirty laundry. Making the most of her musical talent and big-hearted personality, this is a welcoming show that makes it socially acceptable to swig from a bottle of white wine. So, enter Tricity’s boudoir and prepare for some chic cabaret and intimate anecdotes. General admission, usually £10 plus £1 booking fee. Over 18s.
"Charming, accomplished, and thoroughly loveable."