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WRITTEN & DIRECTED

by ShayShay

The following shows were written and directed by ShayShay. ShayShay's original work focus on themes of identity, gender diversity, Asian experiences. Their shows has appeared at The Vaults, Southbank Centre, & Pleasance Theatre.

MULAN ROUGE

The Vaults, 2021

Part-play, part-panto, pure filth. It's a full drag & burlesque spectacular. Plus, a four-course immersive dining experience.

"Written and directed by the fierce drag queen, Shay Shay, a hilarious cast bring us a story where Disney’s Mulan meets Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge in this unforgettable immersive performance... The room was electrified with a celebration of identity" - ★★★★★ London Theatre Review

"Writer and director ShayShay has taken [Mulan and The Moulin Rouge] and transformed it into a raucous, ebullient show... Colourful, filthy and funny. Ribald, big-hearted and well-performed." - ★★★★ The Stage

ALADDIN & the FEAST of WONDERS

The Vaults, 2019

Synopsis:  Princess Jizzmine must marry if she wants to keep the throne, but the evil Jaclose (not to be confused with his cousin Jafar) has his eyes on the crown. Can Aladdin get his hands on the lamp and achieve his happy ending?

"An immersive dinning experience, and besides being the most interactive and well written one I’ve seen so far, it is also the filthiest I’ve seen to date ." - ★★★★★ LDN LIFE

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"A cast of cabaret performers and drag kings and queens, you can expect a mood that is outrageous and filthy." - ★★★★ Broadway World

QUEST for the TREASURE CHEST

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Southbank Centre, 2020

An interactive show for children and families about embracing gender fluidity, featuring dances, storybook reading & sing-a-longs.

The story follows an explorer searching for a mysterious treasure with the help of a female pirate & a non-binary mermaid.

TALES from the BITTEN PEACH

The Pleasance, 2021

A selection of queer re-tellings of beloved fairytales and legendary figures, including the legend of Mizi Xia, from which The Bitten Peach gets its name. 

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