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Vauxhall’s award-winning Above The Stag Theatre presents Get ‘Em Off and more

By Fabio Crispim

Vauxhall’s award-winning Above The Stag Theatre presents three new shows Get ‘Em Off, PARTY and Beauty On The Piste – Tale of Old Alpine.

The new shows run from June all the way through to November. From comedy to a gay pantomime adaptation of Beauty And The Beast, there’s going to be something here for you.

Take a look below to find out more about the shows as well details on how to book tickets.

Get ‘Em Off

Above The Stag Theatre

From 22 June

Emotions and more are laid bare in this outrageous new musical comedy about amateur gay strippers, by our resident pantomime writers Jon Bradfield and Martin Hooper (Tinderella – Cinders Slips It In, Treasure Island – The Curse of Pearl Necklace) who have ditched the ‘it’s behind yous’ for a summer explosion of hot campery in the world premiere of Get ‘Em Off, just in time for the Pride in London celebrations.

Just got dumped and need some attention? Dreams of stardom gone awry? Desperate for cash? Or perhaps you just like getting your sack out in front of a room full of strangers?! Whatever your beef, come on down to the Golden Canary where the South East’s third best amateur gay strip competition is about to start. Don’t be nervous – the heating’s on…

Get’ Em Off runs at Above The Stag Theatre, Vauxhall from 22 June. The UK’s only and multi award-winning LGBT theatre.

Coming Up at Above The Stag Theatre…


From 7 September 

David Dillon’s classic hit West End and Broadway Comedy.

7 gay friends play a game called Fact or Fantasy. It’s a bit like Truth Or Dare. But even more… revealing.

Beauty on the Piste – Tale of Old Alpine

From 24 November

A brand new show from our award-winning team, Beauty on the Piste promises all the (adult) panto traditions – filthy jokes, silliness, songs, romance, and a plot that – if you squint – just about resembles a much-loved story from long, long ago.

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