Nancy Clench, Scotland’s Biggest Drag Queen, has announced the first dates of her international tour. The 6ft 5 towering Diva from Fife, Scotland, is set to perform across Scotland, London and Berlin ahead of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Following her five-star reviews for her 2014 and 2019 Edinburgh Fringe shows, Nancy Clench is taking the extended version of Nancy Clench: Agony Aunt on tour with several dates already confirmed.
The show, written and performed by Nathan Sparling, has received rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. In this extended version, you can expect powerhouse vocals, quick wit and many fun anecdotes as Nancy answers some of the world’s most common problems.
Commenting, Nancy Clench said: “This is probably the most fun I’ve ever had performing. This new show, that premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe 2019, has brought a new lease of life to this Queen. It’s great that after 10 years of performing, I can bring something new and fresh to audiences across the UK and internationally.
“Among the jokes and laughs, there is some serious meaning in this show. Don’t miss it!”
ScotsGay Fringe said that “she is a master of the mic.”
Current confirmed dates for the Nancy Clench: Agony Aunt are:
- 26th February – The Phoenix Arts Club, London
- 21st March – TBC, Kirkcaldy
- 27th March – Carmelite Hotel, Aberdeen
- 18th June – Chantal’s House of Shame, Berlin
- 26th September – Caol Community Centre, Fort William