Drag Donald Comes To Leicester As Part Of The Comedy Festival.

Drag Donald Comes To Leicester As Part Of The Comedy Festival.

Super entertaining comedy drag act ROLAND SAUNDERS An act that’s a little different from the norm. A political and public figure satire clown impressionist that doesn’t actually even say a word.

Takes you on a journey from Donald Trump to amongst many others, Margaret Thatcher, Boris and Mary Berry. A human Spitting Image where the outrageousness is celebrated, underlined and lampooned.

Winner Oxjam’s Tavern’s Got Talent 2016 Winner New Act of the Year 2017 (Formally Hackney Empire) (second place)

TIME OUT MAGAZINE : “Best of all is a heat where a drag Donald Trump takes to the stage”

ATTITUDE MAGAZINE: “TV TV did a Mary Poppins pulling out a series of looks from a tiny bag, switching effortlessly between Donald Trump and Boris Johnson cutting their comments on immigration together into a topical and entertaining performance, with added Elton John for glam.”

CHORTLE: “somewhere between camp drag cabaret and paper costume quick-change artiste Ennio Marchetto, but is very much unique… and very silly.” Steve Bennett

“It’s a great, great show – really special and really looking forward to bringing it to Leicester, bigly.   You might even see my wife Melania if you’re lucky, as she does like shopping.”

Leicester Comedy Festival is the longest running comedy festival in the UK, having taken place every February since 1994, and now regularly attracts over 120,000 people to venues across Leicester and Leicestershire throughout the 19 days. Highlights for 2019 include Arthur Smith, Johnny Vegas, Zoe 1 Lyons, Jason Manford, Nish Kumar, Tom Allen, Dave Gorman, Jo Brand & Russell Howard. Special events for the 2019 event include the 25th anniversary show for Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year with special guests including Romesh Ranganathan and Josh Widdicombe and an interview with Jo Brand. 2019 also sees the return of our Circuit Breakers programme, Loving Laughing and Laugh Term Comedy School.

Wygston House 7th February, 8.30pm
The full programme for Leicester Comedy Festival 2019 is now available either by obtaining a copy of the main brochure or by visiting www.comedy-festival.co.uk
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