Drag artist Alfie Ordinary is bringing his show to Salford.
His show Alfie Ordinary: Help! I think I might be famous is coming to The New Adelphi Theatre on Monday 24th February 2020 at 7pm.
Described as the UK’s only Drag Prince, Alfie Ordinary has been taking the drag and cabaret scene by storm. He has won awards at the Brighton, San Diego and Adelaide Fringe.
He has worked alongside some of the UK’s top cabaret artists such as David Hoyle and Dickie Beau, and international RuPaul’s Drag Race stars such as Raja Gemini, Adore Delano and Sharon Needles.
Alfie toured the UK and Ireland in 2018 opening for Jinkx Monsoon: Is Cursed. He has recently worked with UK Drag Race runner ups Divina De Campo and Baga Chipz.
When asked do you have any advice for emerging Drag Artists, he said: “Stand out! Be bold, be daring and be different. There are thousands of drag queens being born every day, but the ones that stand out are doing something new. Drag should be new, fresh and challenging, but ultimately, have fun!”
He is bringing his critically acclaimed show to the New Adelphi Theatre as it is LGBT History Month.
Set in a camp, queer utopia with a soundtrack including Village People, Whitney Houston and the Sugababes, this is a coming-of-age story in drag.
In a statement, the show is described as:
“Using puppetry, live music and storytelling; Alfie challenges the norm and questions what it really means to be a man, in a hilarious and heart-warming tale that explores pride, shame and masculinity.”
For more information and to book tickets go to the New Adelphi website at: https://www.newadelphitheatre.co.uk/event/help-i-think-i-might-be-fabulous/
To watch the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dx0Rpkcbjck