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Velma Celli - Irreplaceable

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Velma Celli - Irreplaceable

16th, 17th, 18th June at 8pm

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Tickets £11.50 per seat for the tables and £10 per seat for the chairs.

'Join international award winning Cabaret STAR Velma Celli for an evening celebrating the Music legend David Bowie and the artists he inspired.

Tickets are limited due to social distancing - and seats can be booked in tables of 4 or rows of 2, 3, 4 or 5. For those wishing to book individual tickets, please email

Known as “The UK’s Queen of live vocal drag”, Velma has been charming audiences across the globe for the past 10 years. The alter ego of West End star Ian Stroughair who has appeared in hit musicals Cats, Fame, Chicago and Rent, to which he received critical acclaim.

Last year Velma’s “A Brief History of Drag” entertained audiences across the globe on a tour which included Australia (Best Cabaret Nomination in Perth), 54 Below in N.Y.C, a sell-out U.K tour ending in a smash hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

She won the Best Cabaret Award at Fringeworld, Perth Australia in 2020
In 2015 Velma was invited to appear on BBC’s Eastenders for a very special guest episode playing herself, starred opposite Danny Dyer in the music short Nebraska, performed with pop icon Anastacia and West End and Broadway legends Ruthie Henshall, Kerry Ellis and Frances Ruffelle to name but a few.

She can also be spotted in American comedy series Piss Off, I Love You and on the silver screen in The Night of The Lotus
Last year she appeared in the Olivier award-winning circus show, La Soiree, fronted the McDonalds “we are awake” campaign, was nominated for a Great British Pantomime Award and even performed privately for royalty.

The headline act for the BBC’s Best Of the Fringe closing night concert at the Edinburgh Fringe 2015 and the winner of the coveted Three Weeks Editors Award, a two-year long residency at The Hippodrome, London There isn’t much our Velma hasn’t done!'