Joe Black at The Glee Birmingham

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Tue 14Sep
2021

Joe Black: Decopunk (14+)Glee Club Birmingham

Infamous cabaret misfit and drag miscreant Joe Black invites you to indulge in a gloriously raucous gin soaked musical cabaret extravaganza.
VIP DOORS: 5.45PM. VIP Meet & Greet Tickets available HERE.
Ages 14+. All under 25s may require government-issued photo ID to gain entry. Under 16s must carry photo ID and be accompanied by an adult with a ticket to the show at all times (see FAQs)

Advance price

  • £20.00 Show Entry
  • + £1.80 booking fee per ticket

Times

  • Doors open 7:00 PM
  • Last entry 7:45 PM

More info

  • Seating type Unallocated
  • Food available Yes
  • Minimum age 14+

Decopunk – Tour 2021

Infamous cabaret misfit and drag miscreant Joe Black invites you to indulge in a gloriously raucous gin soaked musical cabaret extravaganza. One part art deco inspired punk cabaret, two parts drag musical mayhem, best enjoyed after dark. Let’s party like it’s 1929!

VIP DOORS: 5.45PM

VIP 1- Meet & Greet, Exclusive Tour Merch Item & First choice of seats

VIP 2 – Meet & Greet & First choice of seats.

VIP 1 & 2 Meet & Greet Tickets available via Gigantic- links to buy can be found on the listings above .

 


 

Gin drinking cabaret darling, musical comedy misfit and acid tongued ringmaster. Living somewhere between the stages of music, theatre and comedy, Joe Black takes an audience firmly by the hand and guides them into a place where the strange and unusual reign supreme.

One of the leading figures in the dark cabaret genre, Joe Black has toured extensively across the UK, Europe, Australia and America.
He has raised the roof at the British Library in London, astounded the rock elite at the ‘Kerrang!’ Awards and has headlined music and arts events worldwide. Joe often graces the line-up of Glee’s Cabaret and Burlesque spectacular, The Gilded Merkin.

Joe Black is a constantly evolving cabaret chameleon, blurring the lines of decency within entertainment and continues to drive music and performance into strange new realms.
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