Crystal Bollix is an exciting new drag artist that has burst onto the London scene.
Created by Alexandra Christle as a part of her thesis at Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and honed at Soho Theatre's Drag and Cabaret Lab, Crystal Bollix's mission is to interrogate toxic patriarchal stereotypes in order to understand themselves. They create a queer utopia that combines song, dance, lip-sync, and A LOT of audience interaction.
Their first show The Bitch Ball was premiered as part of the Maiden Speech Festival 2018 and went on to tour to London, Leicester and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. This was loved by audiences and critics alike, receiving four stars from Within Her Word 2018.
Their second show Definitely Maybe Actually Nevermind just finished it's run at Maiden Speech Festival 2019 and was labelled by Steph Hartland as 'riotous, hilarious but hugely provocative and relatable' Steph Hartland 2019. DMAN was scheduled to tour 2020 but due to Covid-19 this has been postponed to 2022.
They can also be seen performing at venues such as Bethnal Green Working Men's Club and Spiegeltent.
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CRYSTAL BOLLIX MERCHANDISE
We are delighted to announce that the Haus of Bollix is now providing merchandise through the website Redbubble. Choose from 5 different designs all inspired by past shows and wear your Bollix pride on totes, shirts, badges, or even facemasks.
HAUS OF BOLLIX
Welcome to the Family
Kate is the resident director of the Haus of Bollix. She is an Irish theatre-maker who graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Drama and Theatre Studies. She recently completed a MA in Shakespeare Studies with King's College London and Shakespeare's Globe, focusing on a feminist exploration of gender and casting in contemporary performance. Kate founded a children's theatre company Plain White Background and has directed both theatre-in-education and touring productions. She has also worked as an actor, costume designer, and dramaturg.