El Geebee Tea Queue returns to the cellar bar downstairs at The Brunswick with a dazzling line up of LGBTQ+ performers in cabaret, comedy, poetry and music.
Cally is a natural storyteller full of intelligent, distinctive and punchline-rich material. Listed on Chortle 2017: Comedians To Watch, her act is a rollercoaster ride of anecdotes, observations and stuff even your best mate wouldn’t admit to. She is London-based and performs in venues across the UK, as well as regularly appearing on the New York and Amsterdam circuits. Winner of New Comedian of the Year 2018 Piccadilly Comedy Club, her other finalist credits include: Fresh Comedy Knights 2016, Max Turner Prize 2016, Bath Comedy Festival 2016, Gotham Comedy New Talent New York 2015.
Brighton-based Ali lights up a room with energy, warmth and wit. A skilled, fun-loving performer and regular MC who also runs her own night, ‘Ali Macfarlan’s Comedy Rocket’, described as, “A riotous mix of Hi-Octane comedy and Space Fun!”
A solo set from the lead singer of The E. D. Fowler Band, a Brighton based three-piece performing what they refer to as 'anxiety pop'.
Sol is a trans writer and dreamer. They're into sci-fi, trying to push themself to imagine utopias. They're always looking for magic.
Claire Benjamin is a veteran of the neo cabaret scene performing on the circuit for over 12 years with delightfully inventive musical comedy characters, Benjamin is also an accomplished compere and singer and wows crowd where ever she appears.
Linda has been a drag performer for over 10yrs, Entertaining people with her mix of live song, lip-sync and comedy. Always on the search for a ‘stiff one’, she’s quite versatile - welcoming different audiences to and into her act.
Linda came from the depths of London but has lived in Brighton for three years and performed locally and nationally. Has also had a successful lip-sync show ‘SWEETIE DARLING’ (based on BBC’s Absolutely Fabulous) at BRIGHTON FRINGE 2016.
Linda continues to put it about with a microphone in hand. By night, a stage is where she loves to be. During the day, you might find her under the pier.”