'Happily Ever Poofter!" Disney, but not as you know it...

Coming this Manchester Pride weekend...

By Manchester's Finest | 5 August 2021

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Best New Musical 2021Off West End Awards
Standing Ovation Award for Comedy 2020London Pub Theatre Awards

★★★★★ – “this story of Prince Henry will warm your rainbow heart”Gay Times
★★★★★ – “you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll rejoice” – Theatre Reviews
★★★★★ – “bursting with with and hilarious one-liners”Boyz Magazine
★★★★★ – “side-splittingly funny!”London Pub Theatres
★★★★★ – “a must see show!” – EventAdelaide
★★★★ – “very entertaining”West End Wilma
★★★★ – “Crackles with zingy spirit and showbiz panache”British Theatre Guide

Look at all of that praise for ‘Happily Ever Poofter’ a fairy tale adventure coming to Manchester this Manchester Pride week at The Brewers Backroom.

Taking place for TWO NIGHTS ONLY on Wednesday 25th & Friday 27th August, ‘Happily Ever Poofter’ is a smash-hit Disney musical parody sensation coming to Canal Street’s hottest new venue The Brewers.

Here’s the story…

Prince Henry – the heir to the throne of a Kingdom Far, Far Away – is on a quest to find true love and live happily ever after. There’s just one problem… He’s the only gay in the Kingdom.

Join Prince Henry on his hilarious, irreverent journey from the depths of his Fairytale Kingdom to the shining, shimmering, splendid world of London’s gay scene. Featuring all your favourite Disney classics, such as “High Ho!“, “Oh, I’ve just come out to the King!“, “Some day my Prince will cum” and many more…

Will Henry ever find his one true love? Can he ever find acceptance in his Kingdom? Or is he destined to a life of solitude with only his woodland creature friends for company? Come and find out at the return of this smash-hit soon-to-be cult-classic – brought to you by London theatre-land favourite Rich Watkins.

This sounds hilarious – and tickets are selling out fast – so click the button below to grab yours ASAP…


Happily Ever Poofter

Venue: The Brewers (Backroom)
Dates: Wednesday 25th & Friday 27th August
Time: 7pm – 10pm
Cost: £12

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