Wilma is moist with anticipation at returning to her hometown now the restraining order has been lifted. Join her for Ballsdropping Bingo - expect songs, laughs, the bingo calls rewritten for filth, and crap prizes!
Wilma Balldsrop, the 'Welsh Warbler' and giantess, was found in a cardboard box in 1̶9̶6̶9 1992 on Chippy Lane, the love child of Harry Secombe and Ruth Madoc, conceived backstage at a Pwllheli Butlins variety show. In her varied career she has been a hand model for Atrixo, the face of Kwik Fit, the body double for the alien queen in 'Aliens' (running around in black PVC for two weeks) and she was in Bananarama for six minutes in 1988.
Since relocating to London she has taken the cabaret world by storm, with sell-out shows and residencies across the city. She is a London Pride's Got Talent grand finalist and has been nominated for a Boyz cabaret award.
Performance starts 8.30pm
Age restriction: 16+
Includes strong language and possible nudity
Running time: Approximately 2 hours (including interval)
Seat allocation on arrival.
A Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru and Os Nad Nawr production, in association with the National Eisteddfod of Wales, with support from Wales Millennium Centre and University of South Wales
Gwlad yr Asyn
By Wyn Mason