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Fancy Chance in FLights of Fancy

Fancy Chance in FLights of Fancy

The true story of Fancy Chance’s journey from Korean refugee to international cabaret performer.

25 April 2017 - 29 April 2017 | Book tickets

This April, embark on an extraordinary journey courtesy of one of London’s most celebrated and versatile cabaret performers: Fancy Chance, who was crowned ‘Alternative Miss World’ in 2009.

For her debut autobiographical show Flights Of Fancy, audiences are invited to join Fancy Chance on a globe-trotting, time-traveling, spectacular flight. In-flight entertainment includes offbeat humour, songs, and scenarios, written and performed by the artist herself and developed and directed by Nathan Evans.

Fancy Chance's autobiographical show Flights of Fancy takes place at Soho Theatre, 25-29 April at 7.30pm.

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