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River Medway & Victoria Scone are to co-star in Death Drop: Back In The Habit

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK stars River Medway and Victoria Scone are to co-star in Death Drop’s new drag murder mystery sensation Death Drop: Back In The Habit, which begins a UK Tour in October. They will join a full drag supporting cast and previously announced: RuPaul Drag Race UK and Drag Race Vs The World star Cheryl Hole, RuPaul USA Drag Legend Willam and Drag King LoUis CYfer. Tickets are on sale now from DeathDropPlay.com

River Medway
River Medway

Kicking off on 27 October in Bromley, this laugh-a-minute production – written by Rob Evans and directed once again by Jesse Jones – will then sashay into Dartford, London, Wycombe, Cardiff, Crewe, Brighton, Blackpool, Sheffield, Leicester, Aberdeen, Nottingham, Liverpool, Glasgow, Manchester and Birmingham until 18 March 2023, with further venues to be announced.

Death Drop: Back In The Habit sees a gaggle of fierce Nuns confined to their Convent. But their peace and tranquility is shattered by a serial slayer slashing their way through the sisters. With the help of an unexpected visitor from the Vatican, can Mother Superior and the rag-tag Sisters of St Babs save their convent, save souls, and save themselves?

As Drag Race UK recently returned to TV and continues to be BBC Three’s most popular non-scripted show, the popularity and fun of drag, combined with our Nations love of a murder mystery remains inescapable. Earlier this year on ITV’s Saturday Night Takeaway Ant & Dec performed at the end of the show in full drag to an audience of 7.4m. Alongside the release of new murder mystery film See How They Run, which remained top of the cinema box office throughout September 2022, the popularity of the art of drag and murder mysteries remain a firm public favourite.

Death Drop: Back In The Habit – UK Tour 2022/2023
27 – 30 October Bromley: Churchill Theatre
1 – 5 November Dartford: Orchard Theatre
8 – 20 November London: Garrick Theatre
22 – 26 November High Wycombe: Swan Theatre
29 November – 3 December Cardiff: New Theatre
6 – 10 December Crewe: Lyceum Theatre
13 December – 24 December Brighton: Theatre Royal
3 – 7 January Blackpool: Grand Theatre
10 – 14 January Sheffield: Lyceum Theatre
17 – 21 January Leicester: Curve Theatre
23 – 28 January Aberdeen: Her Majesty’s
14 – 19 February Nottingham: Theatre Royal
7-11 February Liverpool: Everyman Theatre
23 – 25 February Glasgow: King’s Theatre
9 – 12 March Manchester: Opera House
13 – 18 March Birmingham: The Alexandra
* Willam will be performing in the production until up to and including Cardiff’s New Theatre
* River Medway will be performing in the production until up to and including Aberdeen’s Her Majesty’s Theatre

Death Drop 2: Back In The Habit
Garrick Theatre, London

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