Any event that claims to be "not the sort of night to bring your Nan to" immediately gets out interest. Top that with their claim to be "darkly offensive" and we are there.
Procter Goblins are returning in May with a "dark, macabre, and offensive" variety night. Their rag tag band of Drag queens, stand-up, sketch comedy, music and spoken word artists will take over The Spread Eagle on Walmgate and will see seven acts competing for the chance to win a cash prize of £30. The winner will be picked by the audience.
Local writer Arthur Fisher is the event’s host and promises a night you won’t soon forget: “I realised that there are a lot of sick and twisted people in the world. You know, the sort of people that shouldn’t ever be put together. So, I contacted Procter Goblins and we decided to shove them into a cabaret line up!”
This is tomorrow on May 18 at The Spread Eagle 20:00, Doors at 19:30 Tickets £5 OTD
Note: The acts aren’t worried about offending people, or being politically correct. They are there to do their thing, no matter what happens; this is not the sort of evening you will want to bring your Nan to!