Them Fatales is back and ready to ruffle some feathers!
What's that crawling through the dark, fangs sharp and talons twitching? Why it's Them Fatales 3! Our theme for November is CALL OF THE WILD so be prepared to be left howling by our line up. No need to ask where the wild things are tonight, they're all at Them Fatales!
Slithering on stage will be:
The monstrous Manly Mannington
The disgraceful GWAED
The corporeal Crystal Mighty
And the incorrigible Ivanna D'Compose
And as ever, your mammalian MC Rose-Mary Spayby!
Them Fatales aims to promote a safe space for people of all genders and identities to explore femininity, but also a place for performers to express themselves fully. With this in mind we will be providing programmes with content warnings for audience members. We will also be asking that the audience join us in our efforts enforcing a policy of zero tolerance for cultural appropriation and misgendering, and bear that in mind when attending the event. If you would like more information on the venue or the evening, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Smoke and Mirrors is around 10 minutes walk from the bus and coach station, and around 10 to 15 minutes by car from Bristol Temple Meads train station.
Smoke and Mirrors may be tricky to navigate if you have mobility issues. Please email ahead (email@example.com) if you have any questions or requirements regarding accessibility. There is a wheelchair ramp that can be put in place but we will need to alert the bar ahead of time. The theatre is in a small room at the back of the bar, which can be navigated to in a wheelchair. The toilets/backstage corridor is not wheelchair accessible and there is no handrail in the toilets. If you have mobility/accessibility needs that have not been covered here, please get in touch.