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Assistant: Isaac Storm

Film, TV & Theatre

Assistant: Isaac Storm

Comedy

Denim took their new shows to the Edinburgh Festival. Both shows received fantastic receptions. Their REUNION TOUR continues later this year at the Soho Theatre. The queens reunite for one night only. All month. Starting 14th November. Buy your tickets here

Reviews for THE REUNION TOUR: 

'The balance of hauntingly dramatic song, cut through with excellently balanced skit was otherworldly.' ***** LGBTQ Arts

'Highlighting hairy chests and armpits, soft bellies and unpainted toenails, some of these costumes feel as subversive as the material coming out of their wearers' mouths. It's drag, but not as we know it - and that's all to the good.' **** Fest Mag 

'Electrifying pop covers and heartfelt messages about love and acceptance set the stage on fire.' **** The List

'Denim – the Reunion Tour was medicine that everyone should be required to take.'  **** Musical Theatre Musings

'A feel-good, hypnotising amalgamation of power ballads, Broadway hits, glitter beards and killer heels leaves the audience begging for more.' **** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Reviews for THE DENIM JUNIORS: 

‘Everything is sung live – that’s right, no lip-syncing – and each queen is more than up to the task.’ **** Edinburgh Festivals

‘They bring an hour of cleverly re-tooled pop songs and a properly exuberant mix of gender politics and glitter’ **** The List

Winner of The Wee Night Out Award 2018 

 

Like the jean fabric itself, DENIM has been experienced by everyone on planet earth. They were the first ever girl band to perform the Super Bowl Pepsi Half-Time show 94 times in a row. They were the first ever girl band to cause a traffic jam of press that went across continents, resulting in gargantuan shifts in seismograms the world over. And they were the first ever girl band to sing a 46-Octave-range pop single that caused every dog in a kennel to pirouette on their hind legs before then turning into an iguana.

 

DENIM is an all-singing, all-dancing, all laugh-inducing queer pop girl band for the ages. For the upcoming years, the Denims have decided to peel back from the stadium shows and perform in intimate venues around the world to re-connect to their 13-billion-strong fan base. For whilst superstardom has its kicks, it's the charity gigs where the queens feel most at home. Glamrou La Denim, Aphrodite Greene, Crystal Vaginova, Elektra Cute & Shirley DuNaughty are all about giving back (they have done so with 0.000062% of their earnings to date).

 

In terms of charity benefactions, DENIM are the proud owners of United Agents, and were thrilled to secure every single client on the books and agent in the company their first deals.

DENIM are currently developing a TV vehicle with Red Planet Pictures.

 

Reviews 

5* THE SCOTSMAN - "This is a fabulous show. Denim are a quintet of queens with voices as true as their wigs are fake. They are knowing, they are funny and they take songs you love and turn them into songs you love even more."

5* ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS - "Confronted with glamour, exceptional vocals and beautiful harmonies, the real magic of this show is its intelligent composition and conclusion. We live in a world where we can no longer ignore the many adversities with which we are now confronted. Behind the music, production and make-up lies a political power pop band making a stand with a rallying battle cry for love, tolerance and inclusion. Sisters and brothers, let’s get in formation."

4* THE GUARDIAN - "They may not be performing to the 12,000 people . . . but they make Soho Theatre sound like that way, with this cheeky, characterful and vocally accomplished hour-long gig."

4* THE LIST - "These queens can really sing: pitch-perfect harmonies mixed with deliberately over-the-top earnestness in an on-point imitation of pop stars throughout the ages."

4* FEST MAG - "If the arches of the Underbelly had roofs they would surely tear them off."

4* BROADWAY BABY - "Denim does what a great drag should do: it subverts expectations. This Spice Girls-esque band is glamorous and intelligent, performing drag tropes in entirely new and creative ways, delivering show-stopping numbers and witty one liners again and again."

Stage

ProductionCharacterDirectorCompany

Denim: World Tour

Soho Theatre

Denim: World Tour

Underbelly

Denim: The Titanique

Live at Zedel

Interstellar Denim

The Vault Festival

Denims take America

Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club

Film, TV & Theatre

Denim took their new shows to the Edinburgh Festival. Both shows received fantastic receptions. Their REUNION TOUR continues later this year at the Soho Theatre. The queens reunite for one night only. All month. Starting 14th November. Buy your tickets here

Reviews for THE REUNION TOUR: 

'The balance of hauntingly dramatic song, cut through with excellently balanced skit was otherworldly.' ***** LGBTQ Arts

'Highlighting hairy chests and armpits, soft bellies and unpainted toenails, some of these costumes feel as subversive as the material coming out of their wearers' mouths. It's drag, but not as we know it - and that's all to the good.' **** Fest Mag 

'Electrifying pop covers and heartfelt messages about love and acceptance set the stage on fire.' **** The List

'Denim – the Reunion Tour was medicine that everyone should be required to take.'  **** Musical Theatre Musings

'A feel-good, hypnotising amalgamation of power ballads, Broadway hits, glitter beards and killer heels leaves the audience begging for more.' **** Edinburgh Festivals Magazine

Reviews for THE DENIM JUNIORS: 

‘Everything is sung live – that’s right, no lip-syncing – and each queen is more than up to the task.’ **** Edinburgh Festivals

‘They bring an hour of cleverly re-tooled pop songs and a properly exuberant mix of gender politics and glitter’ **** The List

Winner of The Wee Night Out Award 2018 

Like the jean fabric itself, DENIM has been experienced by everyone on planet earth. They were the first ever girl band to perform the Super Bowl Pepsi Half-Time show 94 times in a row. They were the first ever girl band to cause a traffic jam of press that went across continents, resulting in gargantuan shifts in seismograms the world over. And they were the first ever girl band to sing a 46-Octave-range pop single that caused every dog in a kennel to pirouette on their hind legs before then turning into an iguana.

 

DENIM is an all-singing, all-dancing, all laugh-inducing queer pop girl band for the ages. For the upcoming years, the Denims have decided to peel back from the stadium shows and perform in intimate venues around the world to re-connect to their 13-billion-strong fan base. For whilst superstardom has its kicks, it's the charity gigs where the queens feel most at home. Glamrou La Denim, Aphrodite Greene, Crystal Vaginova, Elektra Cute & Shirley DuNaughty are all about giving back (they have done so with 0.000062% of their earnings to date).

 

In terms of charity benefactions, DENIM are the proud owners of United Agents, and were thrilled to secure every single client on the books and agent in the company their first deals.

DENIM are currently developing a TV vehicle with Red Planet Pictures.

Reviews 

5* THE SCOTSMAN - "This is a fabulous show. Denim are a quintet of queens with voices as true as their wigs are fake. They are knowing, they are funny and they take songs you love and turn them into songs you love even more."

5* ENTERTAINMENT FOCUS - "Confronted with glamour, exceptional vocals and beautiful harmonies, the real magic of this show is its intelligent composition and conclusion. We live in a world where we can no longer ignore the many adversities with which we are now confronted. Behind the music, production and make-up lies a political power pop band making a stand with a rallying battle cry for love, tolerance and inclusion. Sisters and brothers, let’s get in formation."

4* THE GUARDIAN - "They may not be performing to the 12,000 people . . . but they make Soho Theatre sound like that way, with this cheeky, characterful and vocally accomplished hour-long gig."

4* THE LIST - "These queens can really sing: pitch-perfect harmonies mixed with deliberately over-the-top earnestness in an on-point imitation of pop stars throughout the ages."

4* FEST MAG - "If the arches of the Underbelly had roofs they would surely tear them off."

4* BROADWAY BABY - "Denim does what a great drag should do: it subverts expectations. This Spice Girls-esque band is glamorous and intelligent, performing drag tropes in entirely new and creative ways, delivering show-stopping numbers and witty one liners again and again."