Sunday Service!

If you're looking for a fun night out with a cabaret performance, in a great venue then look no further!

Sunday Service is an alternative, immersive and interactive clown-burlesque show. Sister Rainbow invites you to laugh along in lucid lunacy. A queer clown lands in a nun’s body and takes a lighthearted look look at politics and leaf-blowers. Will church survive this chaos, in this often hysterical and terrifying service?

In Sunday service Ginny creates a unique world in the form of an immersive comedy experience. There is no other church service like this one in the Church of the Uncut: where leaf blowers are there to baptise, marshmallows are the holy wafer, hangers become angry vaginas and the Lords prayer is rewritten.

  • When: Sunday 2 July 2017 @ 19:30
  • Where: Hackney Picturehouse, 270 Mare Street, Hackney E8 1HE
  • How much: Non-members: £5 (Picture House members get a discount)

Official 2017 Pride in London festival programme eventThis is a special performance of Sunday Service as part of the official Pride in London festival programme. Sunday Service officially launches at Camden Fringe in August.

Don't miss out on seeing this preview performance!

Ginny Pollard Evans as a Sister in Sunday Service Ginny Pollard Evans in Sunday Service

Ginny Evans PollardAbout Ginny Evans Pollard

Ginny Evans Pollard is an interdisciplinary artist, clown, comedian and theatre maker with an interest in identity and the power of narrative She has studied and made performance in the UK and internationally: she brings this to her practice. She works with a process of comprehensive documentation culminating in accessible and grass-roots performance work. She has a particular interest in feminism, mental health and LGBTQI issues. She uses Clowning to promote feminism and equality in her cabaret work, and is critical of power, and patriarchy used in society. She makes light work of heavy topics and closes her show we a post show discussion to give an opportunity for dialogue on important social issues affecting us all.

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