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The year 1961, the place Pine City, California and some broad is threatening to throw herself off the top of the fanciest hotel in town. There’s trouble brewing and Lieutenant Al Wheeler wants answers.
First stop, Club Extravaganza where we meet delectable Deadpan Dolores. Her name says it all… she’s not shy, so what’s she hiding?
As Wheeler is thrust into a sleazy underworld of strip-joints and lost lonely hearts, the truth isn’t the only thing he uncovers.
Based on Carter Brown‘s beloved pulp fiction story, with music and lyrics by Richard Hartley and Richard O’Brien, the writers of cult favourite The Rocky Horror Show. Brought to you by the creative team behind Shock Treatment and The Toxic Avenger. Club Extravaganza takes residence in the Studio for six weeks.
Cast includes Gloria Onitiri (The Bodyguard, The Lion King) Sebastien Torkia (Top Hat, La Cage Aux Folles, Saturday Night Fever) Hannah Grover (The Toxic Avenger, Ghost the Musical, Mamma Mia), Marc Pickering (The Toxic Avenger, Aladdin, The Elephant Man) and Michael Steedon (Hairspray, A Chorus Line).
Running time2 hours 30 minutes including an interval
Performance dates11 July - 13 August 2016
Contains scenes of sexual nature. Contains strong language.
Venue InformationOther Palace12 Palace Street, London, SW1E 5JA
Special OfferThe Stripper Ticket Offer Details
Premium seats at £23.50 (were £35), Club Seats* for just £21.50 (usually ￡29.50) and Band B seats at £19.50 (were £25)
*Club seats (Band A) are in the playing area of the show, and may require audience interaction.
The Stripper At St James Theatre: "a fabulous... musical noir with lots of camp and sleaze thrown in"
As a big fan of Richard O’Brien and Richard Hartley’s Rocky Horror (Picture) Show I couldn’t resist the opportunity to see The Stripper, a revival by the production team of Southwark Playhouse’s Toxic Avenger and King’s Head’s Shock Treatment (an adaptation of the film) of the The Stripper at St James Theatre.
4 Aug, 2016 | By Shanine Salmon