Luisa Omielan - Camp As Christmas

Luisa Omielan - Camp As Christmas

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A Christmas show with all the trimmings, streamed live from Woolwich Works and hosted by Luisa Omielan!

Comedy, drag queens and sing alongs to your favourite pop and xmas tunes with a live choir, the award winning Gospeloke!

Featuring a special medley from the Polish Drag Queens Boris couldn't deport: Stelia Jobs and the iconic Polka Dot!

Hosted by Miss Santa herself, LUISA OMIELAN, plus more acts to be announced.
It's going to be an epic celebration, get ready to PARTY!


Live Show from Woolwich Works.
December 11th, 7.30pm.
Stream directly via NextUp.


If you didn't know this already, Luisa Omielan is a stand up comedian, actress and writer. She was the first comedian to receive a BAFTA Breakthrough accolade. She started at Edinburgh Fridge with the show ?What Would Beyonce Do?!?, then turned that into a book with Random House. Omielan's follow up show was one called ? Am I Right Ladies?!? and then her third show was Politics.

Her shows are parties, so be prepared!

'She is the comedian young British women have been waiting for' - The Huffington Post
'One of the biggest stand up hits of the decade' - The Guardian

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Luisa Omielan

Luisa Omielan appearing at this event

Luisa Omielan is a diva in training. She's got the sass, she's got the earrings, now she's ready for the lifestyle! Her debut one-woman show "What Would Beyonce Do?" earned five star reviews and was named "one of the top UK comedy shows of the last decade" by the Guardian. WWBD started off on the Edinburgh Fringe and went on to to become one of the most successful stand-up shows to come out of Edinburgh with sell-out performances all over the world. Luisa's follow-up show, ‘Am I Right Ladies?!’ continued her success, with sell-out runs across the country. 'Omielan could find the humour in a brown paper bag' (Vogue) 'Fresh, frank and fearless – a gutsy new star is born' (The Daily Telegraph) 'Watching a raw, natural talent doing something surprising and clever and hugely enjoyable, and knowing that you've just witnessed a star being born' (Skinny) 'Omielan’s energy is infectious... a star in her own right' (Three Weeks) 'An intense, funny and manic hour of soul-baring comedy... You'll have the time of your life and you'll owe it all to her' (Chortle).

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