Stalwart of the UK drag scene and compere extraordinaire, Jonny is Boom Boom Club’s Prospero. His outrageous outfits and extraordinary stage presence, not to mention his serious singing voice, make this a Shakespearean performance we’ll never forget!
You may have seen Katharine perform at La Soiree, La Reve or even Boom Boom Club in the past, but you’ve never seen her like this before! The best aerialist in London breaks out of her comfort zone and brings the heart and soul of the show while she’s at it.
The financial pirate himself, Phil’s whimsical take on the high seas and being washed up is utterly convincing. This is a special character and performance that he’s developed especially for Boom Boom Club, not to be caught anywhere else! Look out for his flotsam jetsam guitar.
The extraordinary contortionist Lucky Franco plays Prospero’s drunken daughter Miranda, perpetually celebrating her 21st birthday party for 400 years. It’s understandable that she’d've got a bit messy by this stage, but this is ridiculous…
Old Boom Boom hand and one of the best burlesque artistes around, Vicky Butterfly, is the brains and sewing fingers behind the costume design for this Boom Boom run, and what a job she’s done! You can also catch her in the show, if you look closely enough.
KITTY BANG BANG
Anyone concerned about the fire regulations in the Spiegeltent can rest assured that pyrotechnical expert Kitty Bang Bang is overseeing all the flame-based action at Prospero’s Tavern. Her years of dancing and fire-breathing experience come to the fore to create something a little bit special.
UP AND OVER IT
Britain’s Got Talent semi-finalists Up and Over It grace the Boom Boom stage with ANOTHER specially developed act just for Prospero’s Tavern. But don’t worry, all their hand- and Irish- dancing skills will still be very much on display.
THE LATE NIGHT SHOP CABARET
The Late Night Shop Cabaret are the official Prospero’s Tavern Wenches, because of course no tavern would be complete without wenches! Watch out for them before and after the show. No really, watch out, else they ensnare you with their wiles…
AND MANY MORE…