A full-length theatre / cabaret / comedy / music show tackling some of the most pressing issues of the time, and twisting them into something altogether more bizarre. Covering phone-hacking scandals, ecological disasters and the sexual allure of a tax return Sugartits scratched beneath the dark duo’s glittering surface to reveal the beating heart of a world on the edge.

Featuring songs: Goodbye Europe, Social Networks, Tax Me, We Want Love

UK: Underbelly, Edinburgh; Soho Theatre; Cambridge, Junction; Milton Keynes, Stables; Enfield, Dugdale Centre; Neath, Gwyn Hall; Great Yarmouth, St George's Theatre; Harrogate Theatre; Colchester, Arts Centre; Harlow, Playhouse; Canterbury, Gulbenkian Theatre; Aldershot, Westend Centre; Leeds, City Varieties; Norwich, Playhouse; Brighton Fringe Festival; Latitude Festival; Bath Music Festival

INTERNATIONAL: Harvest Festival, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Australia; Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Australia; Capitol Theatre, Wroclaw, Poland; A Part Theatre Festival, Katowice, Poland




★★★★★ Scots Gay
★★★★ Time Out London
★★★★ Metro
★★★★ Broadway Baby
★★★★  Fringe Review

MUST SEE SHOW – The Stage  


A guerrilla cabaret of genuinely subversive originality – The Stage

Biting, sugar-coated satire of middle-class anxieties...An absolute must-see – Scots Gay

It’s hard to think of any other act delivering such clever, funny and sharp material – Time Out

21st century cabaret gold – Broadway Baby

This show aims to make a healthy contribution to a good night out, and that it does very well, but there’s an intelligence, sensitivity and strange humanity that might just provoke some diverting conversations too – Total Theatre

They continue to innovate and push the genre into the modern age...a slick production and one of the best cabaret shows at the Edinburgh Fringe – Fringe Review

The full cabaret package... social conscience portrayed through humour and fun –

To say that Sugartits is a 'fabulous' show seems like a vast understatement, but there’s no better word to describe this raucous, completely over the top and insanely entertaining performance; it is utterly fabulous. – AuReview