WORLD x 2017
Want to see XNTHONY + CO in action? Below are upcoming shows and ways to buy tickets!
Sodom & Begorrah presented by XNTHONY & ANNIE PICS, A Glory Takeover, June 16th. This is the FIRST totally queer Irish night in London featuring a plethora of Irish and international acts and the perfect antidote to Brexit-Britain!
Limited pre-sale tickets available. Book here.
The Power of Wow at IYAF Kingston, Act Main House on 12 ( at 4:30 ) & 13 July ( at 7.30 ).
Europe’s favourite-ish pop star XNTHONY is back. This time it’s personal. This time he’s getting hitched!
Having failed to represent anyone in the Eurovision, XNTHONY is pivoting.
Out with the glitter and glam. In comes wife-to-be Tiffany.
This is the celeb wedding of the millennium and they want you to join them on their special day as they stand together with sweaty palms and open hearts.
Bring your dancing shoes. Dress to wow. Would you like beef or salmon? Or a how about a slice of heteronormativity?
LIPSTUCK at Reading Fringe, PENTA HOTEL on 20 & 21 July 2017.
This is an evening of alternative performance and cabaret brought to you by Eurovision hopeful and International Diva XNTHONY.
Following sold out runs in both London and Dublin XNTHONY is back in Reading with a melange of madness.
LIPSTUCK is raucous night of brand new material where the voice takes centre stage featuring the stickiest, hottest guest performers.
Tickets available here.
DOUZE (a show about Eurovision) comes to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2nd – 28th August showing at C-Royale in association with 21 Theatre.
XNTHONY and The Penny Slots are making (another) Eurovision comeback. Armed with a host of hit songs to choose from, this loveable poptastic comedy will leave you in stitches.
They’re making a bid to represent Ireland in the next Eurovision but need your help in picking the winning song. Aiming for Douze Points and European glory, they’ll do anything to get there.
Winner of Best Comedy IYAF 2016, the smash-hit comedy makes its Edinburgh Festival Fringe debut this summer.
‘Stunning… High Energy… Hilarious’ (Meg.ie).
‘Genuinely Hilarious’ (Irish Times).