“The sexiest, funniest, cheekiest show you could ever hope to see” – The Times

A brand new production of a smash-hit show seen by over a million people worldwide!

Taking over Proud Camden, this Midsummer Night’s Dream has a disco flair and you’re in the party! Inspired by Shakespeare’s story of love, magic and mishaps, and boasting a catalogue of retro hits, The Donkey Show – A Midsummer Night’s Disco is bringing the divas, dancers and disco balls to London for a strictly limited season.

Featuring classic disco hits including ‘I Will Survive’, ‘Carwash’, ‘We Are Family’, ‘Don’t Leave Me This Way’, ‘You Sexy Thing’.

The Donkey Show is an immersive disco theatrical experience. The music is loud, the lights are bright and the boys and girls are deliciously gorgeous!  It’s a full-blown show and you’re in the party, so expect to be standing amongst the crowd and moving to the beat..

The Donkey Show is at, Proud Camden, Chalk Farm Road, London, NW1 8AH. Limited season 9 June – 21 August 2016.

Your chance to win!

We have teamed up with The Donkey Show to give you and 5 friends the chance to see the show!* To be in with a chance to win, simply answer the question below:

What is the full title of the show?

The Donkey Show – A Midsummer Night’s…

a) Drama

b) Disco

c) Duel

Send your name, answer and contact details to [email protected] by 6th July 2016.

*Terms & Conditions

Prize tickets are standing General Admission tickets and are valid for all Sunday to Thursdays until 18 August 2016, strictly subject to availability. A bottle of Prosecco will be provided by the bar on arrival. Tickets are non-transferable. No cash alternative is available. Travel is not included.

Doors open an hour before the show so arrive early to make the most of the bar and you might just encounter some fantastical surprises. And the night doesn’t end when we take our bows, so stay and enjoy the rest of your midsummer night at Proud. Photo ID is required and the venue is 18+ after 8pm.

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