He’s been described as obscenely intelligent, beautifully filthy and rib-crackingly funny… by himself, naturally. Because where vanity meets desperation and self-awareness meets a brick wall, that’s where you’ll find Reuben Kaye. After travelling the world from spiegeltent to spiegeltent, drink to drink and man to man, the winner of Best Cabaret in the 2017 Adelaide Fringe and star of London’s infamous home of cabaret, Café De Paris, relates his rise from the butt of school bullying to gay superhero in defence of a world gone completely insane.
You know mum cannot meet this man – but you love him. The Age Melbourne
Musical Director Shanon Whitelock
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