Let's Fringe! God Is A Scottish Drag Queen

God Is A Scottish Drag Queen

god_is_a_scottish_drag_queen2012 Just For Laughs Best Comedy Nominee. God, dressed in a floral powersuit, comes down to skewer everything from Bieber to the Pope. Based on the character by Mike Delamont and Ride The Cyclone creator Jacob Richmond. “Talent Beyond Belief” Montreal Gazette, “A Cross Between Dame Edna and Billy Connolly with a dollop of Eddie Izzard” Times Colonist.

"The one-man stand-up style show starring the almighty has become the talk of every festival it has played with an average attendance rate of more than 90%.

This show is appropriate for 14 and up due to occasional coarse language, and while the title might suggest it, the production is far less offensive, and much funnier than most think."

By: Mike Delamont
Company: Mike Delamont
Company origin: Victoria, BC

Show starts: 1:15PM
Show length:
Age range: 16+
Warnings: Mature Language, Audience Participation

This performance is not accessible for non-English speakers



Factory Mainspace
125 Bathurst St.

Please note: For those coming by TTC, please be aware of no subway service between on parts of the Bloor-Danforth line due to Bloor Viaduct beam replacement. Please read the service advisories and make transportation plans accordingly. http://ttc.ca/Service_Advisories/Route_diversions/Bloor-Danforth_Late_Sunday_Opening.jsp


Buying Tickets:

Cost for advance tickets: $11 ($9 + $2) - preferred

At the door cost: $10 (no guarantee you will get a ticket)

I suggest you buy your tickets in advance by following this link and clicking on the "Buy Tickets" button. Instructions for buying is on their website:



Meeting up: I will be in the line-up to enter at 12:45pm. If you are there at the time we can wait together and try to find seats together. If you are not there at the time we can try to sit together but we must respect the line (ie., not letting people jump the line). We can try to sit together.

We will meet after the play in the courtyard.

I will wear this dress and have a pink flower in my hair.


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  • Chantal

    Sorry, just got the notice and won't be able to make it in time.

    July 7, 2013

  • Lauren L.

    Have fun tonight, everyone! I've been "fringing" all weekend, but can't make it out to this show tonight. Since this event is obviously full of theatre lovers, I thought I'd invite you to check out the new "suggested event" event I just added: PARADE, the musical, on August 10th, at the George Ignatieff Theatre @Bloor & St. George. Since this is a musical that I'm both in and producing, Frank V. has agreed to host the event once it is officially posted, and already has his ticket. I've arranged to secure some discount tickets and prime seating for this meet-up group, so I hope you will consider attending. :)

    July 7, 2013

  • Kathryn

    I believe it is $10 at the door, $13 otherwise (($9/ticket + $2 service charge/ticket + $2 order fee).

    July 6, 2013

  • Diana

    For those coming by TTC please be aware of no subway service between on parts of the Bloor-Danforth line due to Bloor Viaduct beam replacement

    On Sunday July 7:

    Subway service at Bay, Bloor-Yonge, Sherbourne, Castle Frank, Broadview and Chester stations will begin at 1:00 pm.

    Before 1:00 pm:

    Eastbound trains from Kipling Station will turn back west at St George Station.
    Westbound trains from Kennedy Station will turn back east at Pape Station.

    Accessible shuttle buses will provide service between St George Station and Pape Station, stopping on Bloor Street at Bay Street, Yonge Street, Sherbourne Street and Castle Frank Road and stopping on Danforth Avenue at Broadview Avenue and Chester Avenue.

    For an accessible subway connection, buses will also be provided between St George Station and Main Street Station.


    July 5, 2013

  • Reza

    plzzzz i wanna go with you guys!

    July 5, 2013

  • lizzie

    The accent, sucker for accents and a good laugh

    June 29, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Sorry can't make that day. Looking forward to the next event

    June 29, 2013

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