Acclaimed London drag performer who inspired Taylor Mac makes his solo New York cabaret debut.
Friday, March 13 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre

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"I saw Jonny Woo and I realized drag can be anything you want it to be."  -- Taylor Mac

"The queen of London's drag scene." & "A unique 21st Century talent.’" -- Time Out London

"Funny, sophisticated and memorably bittersweet.’" -- Metro UK

London alternative drag superstar JONNY WOO will make his New York cabaret debut on Friday, March 13 at The Laurie Beechman Theatre. In a special midnight show, JONNY WOO: DRAG QUEEN IN A COMA showcases highlights from his past decade of gender-bending work in the UK.

In JONNY WOO: DRAG QUEEN IN A COMA, tongue twisting tales sit alongside ridiculous lip-syncs. Silly and sophisticated in equal measure, club kid raps give way to heartfelt, original songs including Glitter In The Groove, Drag Queen in A Coma and Woman Of Mass Destruction. Having lived a life of hedonistic indulgence, Woo takes audiences on a guided tour of his surreal world of nightclubs, excess and personal revelation. You’ll probably laugh. You might even cry. But we guarantee that you’ll never forget those legs!

JONNY WOO is one of London’s most celebrated alternative cabaret artists. Having cut his teeth back in the early 2000’s in New York creating work with performance artist and friend Brandon Olson, he returned home to the UK to fashion himself a scene in East London. It was here he developed his inimitable performance style that is unequivocally English. Woo has been resident at The Soho Theatre, having presented 8 shows and his infamous Gay Bingo, which celebrated 10 years at The Hackney Empire last October. He has had work commissioned by The Royal Opera House, The Institute Of Contemporary Arts and The Royal Festival Hall. He has been the host of London music festival Lovebox for 5 years and heads The Downlow at Glastonbury every year. He has been accredited with kick starting the queer performance scene in East London and recently presented his show, The East London Lecture about local gentrification. He is currently touring his project TRANS(former), a rock show based on the music from Lou Reed’s album, Transformer. He has his own performance pub, The Glory that opened December 2014.

JONNY WOO: DRAG QUEEN IN A COMA runs Friday, March 13  at 11:59 pm. The Laurie Beechman Theater (inside West Bank Cafe at 407 West 42nd Street -- at Ninth Avenue, accessible from the A,C,E,N,R,V,F,1,2,3 trains at 42nd Street). Tickets are $20 plus a $20 food/drink minimum. To purchase tickets, call 212-352-3101 or visit