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Katie Pritchard: I Kiss The Music

Brand-new work in progress show from “one woman comedy music powerhouse”

Wembley Arena. A sold-out crowd erupts into a frenzy as their favourite silly <ahem> very sexy songstress takes to the stage via hydraulic lift, dressed head to toe in the finest unitard she could paint. She’s not been able to wash it all tour. The stench is palpable. Will you pass out from her hot hits or from her stinky pits?

Brand-new work in progress show from “force of nature” (one4review), “glittering disco ball of energy” (The Scotsman), and “one woman comedy music powerhouse” (VoiceMag) – Katie Pritchard. Famous for her high-octane musical comedy featuring memorable costumes, chaos, and pumping choons, “I Kiss The Music” is a live music mockumentary about one of pop’s most fictional and bonkers hitmakers - think Lady Gaga…on acid!

WINNER Musical Comedy Awards

WINNER 2Northdown New Comedian Competition

WINNER Audience Choice Award at Greater Manchester Fringe

As seen on Harry Hill’s Clubnite (Channel 4), Stand Up 2 Cancer (Channel 4), ITVX, NextUp, Pulped, and, for some reason, British Airways

★★★★★ “Katie Pritchard is a one woman comedy music powerhouse.” – VoiceMag
★★★★ “Will have you shaking from laughter” - Broadway World
★★★★ “A musical bonanza like mixing every possible variety of Walker’s Crisps in a bowl and eating them with chocolate” – Mumble
★★★★ – Mervyn Stutter’s Pick of the Fringe
“An explosion of joyful lunacy” – ShortList
“Wonderfully wacky and infectiously fizzy, this one-of-a-kind comedy-musician will leave you saying ‘whatever that was . . . I enjoyed it’.” – The List
COVID-19 Safety
We encourage patrons to wear a mask while moving around the building and when seated in the theatre.

Seating is not socially distanced. The theatre is ventilated before and after every performance with regular and thorough cleaning of touch points. Hand sanitiser and face masks are available onsite.

We regret that our theatre is up a flight of stairs with no wheelchair access available.