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David Hoyle’s Seaside Getaway

  • Friday 26 February 8:00pm
  • Saturday 27 February 8:00pm
  • Sunday 28 February 8:00pm

The Marlborough Theatre

2 hours 00 mins

£12/£10 concessions


Why not check out some of our other incredible shows this month? We recommend Diane Chorley’s Broken Heart Ball

(‘alluring, exciting, uniqueTHE TIMES ) Saturday 20th Feb



Notorious ‘anti-drag queen’, performance artist, avant-garde cabaret artist, singer, actor and comedian, David Hoyle presents a new work to mark the end of LGBT History Month 2016. An evening of painful truths, unyielding love and Hoyle’s characteristic lascerating wit.

Hoyle came to prominence in the 1990s as the Divine David whose lacerating social commentary targeting both bourgeois Britain and the materialistic-hedonistic gay scene, which he called “the biggest suicide cult in history” was offset by breathtaking instances of self-recrimination and even self-harm. Following a couple of outré late-night Channel 4 shows Hoyle killed the Divine David off during a spectacular show at the Streatham Ice Arena in 2000 and retreated to Manchester for “a period of reflection”.He returned to TV screens in 2005 in Chris Morris’s Nathan Barley, then began performing live again, under his own name. Hoyle’s biting satire, bravura costumes, wicked comic timing and compelling charisma remained intact. Hoyle is back, all right.

“Hoyle is a live artist, someone who performs a cutting, outrageous, larger-than-life version of himself. So risky is his act, so fully live in every respect, that it makes everyone watching feel more alive, too.” Lyn Gardner, The Guardian

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