Join Faves founder Terri for mind-bending magic, dancing drag queens at How to Catch a Krampus post-show Q&A

How to Catch a Krampus

Deck the halls with boughs of horror this festive season. As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, this Thursday 15 November 2018, Faves founder Terri Paddock heads to the Pleasance Theatre debut to talk to Sink the Pink about their very alternative Christmas show HOW TO CATCH A KRAMPUS. Got any questions?

"After DAMES earlier this year, I’m happy to return to the Pleasance Theatre… for something completely different!" - Terri Paddock

International drag collective Sink the Pink present a dark and terrifying musical twist on the traditional Christmas theatre show. Inspired by London’s bawdy and dangerous theatrical past and a love of classic British Horror – think Sweeney Todd meets The Wicker Man (and Black Mirror with better wigs!) – How To Catch A Krampus is a raucous anthology of terrifying stories and spooked-out songs that come climbing out of the winter dark to remind us that not everyone is good for goodness’ sake….


  • Dancing drag queens!
  • Terrifying live score!
  • Show-stopping numbers!
  • Mind-bending magic!
  • Bogeymen, blood and Brussel sprouts!

This is a black-hearted antidote to all things cheery this festive season… Guaranteed to ruin your Christmas and enough to put you off your eggnog! And give plenty to talk about with the post-show discussion with the company. Note: Recommended for 18+. This show contains nudity, flashing lights, and scenes of a violent and disturbing nature.

After the 7.30pm performance on Thursday 15 November 2018 at London’s Pleasance Theatre, Terri chairs a How To Catch A Krampus post-show Q&A with the Sink the Pink team.

About Sink the Pink

An antidote to the soulless mega clubs, Sink The Pink are a collective of queens, club kids, pop superstars, creative juggernauts, flamboyant dancers, and acclaimed designers. Founded in 2008 by two best friends Glyn Fussell and Amy Redmond, Sink The Pink has grown from humble beginnings at Bethnal Green Working Men’s club to be one of the biggest LGBTQ nights in the world, selling out venues such as the Brixton Academy, Roundhouse and Troxy.

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