Rose Collis brings her acclaimed one-woman musical cabaret show to Todmorden Library, as part of an Arts Council-funded tour for Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender History Month 2016.
‘Trouser-Wearing Characters’ is the first ever musical cabaret show written and performed by a British female author.
This original entertainment, written and performed by one of Sussex’s favourite personalities, is a unique mixture of music, history and comedy.
It combines stories, vignettes and songs about some of her favourite, eclectic LGBT ‘trouser-wearing characters’, from Nancy Spain to Colonel Barker, stage legend Dougie Byng to Coral Browne.
The performance will be followed by an informal Q&A sessions with Rose Collis and opportunities to buy her books.
For more information about the show and Rose Collis, visit www.rosecollis.com
The show is at Todmorden Library, Rochdale Road, Todmorden on February 29. from 6pm. Tickets £5, online at www.ticketsource.co.uk/rosecollis, from 01706 815600 or on the door.