Pecs Drag Kings

Pecs Drag Kings is an all-female/non-binary theatre company who’ve created critically acclaimed shows for the LGBTQ+ community since 2013. Our drag king cabarets explore gender identities, politics & sexuality- to create cultural space for queer women, trans* & non-binary folk. Our shows are sexy, raucous & highly entertaining, using songs, dances & comedy to celebrate inclusivity, queerness & community.

I started my Pecs journey in 2016, joining them as a producer From here with the rest of the core team I've lead them through numerous full scale shows, gigs, festival appearances and workshops. In 2017 our smash hit Pecs: The 80s show sold out legendary East-End LGBTQ Pub The Glory before transferring and selling-out Soho Theatre downstairs. 

Our current work-in-progress SEX SEX, MEN MEN is being developed in association with the Yard Theatre and is Arts Council England funded. 


SEX SEX MEN MEN is a show about sex and a show about men. 

A departure from our usual style of cabaret this piece pushes the boundaries of cabaret, performance art and theatre. 

This transgressive material challenges audiences’ expectations of queer desire & sexuality on stage. 

Developed with support from The Yard and Arts Council England. 

Part of the Live Drafts Season September 2018

Full production Feb - March 2019  

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Pecs Credits 

SEX SEX, MEN MEN Live Draft, The Yard, September 2018

SEX SEX, MEN MEN R&D, The Yard, July 2018

Pecs at Wilderness Festival, August 2018

Pecs headline stage at Brighton Pride pre-party, August 2018

Pecs Cabaret Party at the Royal Academy of Art Summer Late, July 2018

Pecs as part of Soho Late Night at Latitude Festival, July 2018

Pecs Pride Party, VFD, July 2018 

Pecs X Brainchild present DRAG CAMP, June 2018

Pecs: The 80s Show, Soho Theatre, December 2017

Pecs Drag Workshops, Theatre Royal Stratford East, December 2017

Pecs Party with Clitterati, The Glory, November 2017

Pecs Party, VFD, October 2017

Pecs: The Gender Agenda, Camden People's Theatre, September 2017

Pecs at Kommedia, Brighton for Brighton Pride Post-Party, August 2017

Pecs at Brainchild Festival 2017, June 2017

Pecs at Queer and Now, Tate Britain, June 2017

Pecs: Lets Talk about Sex, Camden People's Theatre, May 2017

Pecs Mansformation Workshop, Arcola Theatre, April 2017

Pecs: The 80s Show, The Glory, March 2017

Pecs X Clitterati, The Yard, March 2017

Pecs Mansformation Workshop, Omnibus Theatre, February 2017

Pecs Valentines Special Headliner at Bar Wotever, February 2017

Pecs: The 80s Show

Pecs: The 80s show was presented at The Glory in March 2017 before transferring to Soho Theatre in December 2017, both shows were a sell out and the show received a Off West End award nomination in the TBC category 

The 80s show was created as a direct response to the political upheaval and the rise of the severe right-wing of 2016, drawing comparisons between the 1980s and today while also celebrating the incredible queer pop icons of the 80s we lost in that year. 

Critial acclaim for The 80s Show:

Diva Magazine

5* Spy in the Stalls

5* LondonTheatre1

5* Theatre Bubble

4* The Stage