Bailey J Mills will soon take to the stage at the Clapham Grand to headline their “wild” live show, Unfiltered and Scummy, for one night only.

The beloved drag artist will be accompanied by some “very special guests”, though details of exactly who that will be are being kept tightly under wraps.

“I think this show is going to be by far one of my best projects to date, it fully represents my brand and what I do as an actor/drag queen,” they told GAY TIMES. “It’s definitely going to be a wild one but you will laugh your socks off at the stupidity of this show.”

Bailey also confirmed that audiences can expect to see a number of the characters they have come to know and love from their viral online videos.

“Hazel Louise is coming back and making a return which is super exciting, scummy mummy bringing her chavvy strange life to the stage,” they shared, “Katie-Jayne Mae is the focus of the show so [definitely] get ready to buckle up for her because it’s going to be chaos in the best way possible.”

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Raye, the raptress/busker Bailey plays, will also be “adding some stupid rhymes” and Pippa the influencer will be “goofy as ever”.

There will also be some never before seen characters making their debut in Unfiltered and Scummy, Bailey revealed.

The new live performance follows the success of their sold out show, The Many Faces of Bailey J Mills, in 2021.

Directed and produced by the creative team at Elevate East, Unfiltered and Scummy has been described as “a rollercoaster ride through Bailey’s world” which will incorporate elements of a musical, play, gameshow and sketch show.

Discussing the upcoming show, Bailey added: “I’m super nervous but I work well with my nerves. I think this is something I’ve wanted to do for such a long time. I think the venue is going to work super well with things I have in store for the show and it’s crazy to me that it’s happening to me, like, I’m really doing it for real, madness!”

Unfiltered and Scummy will take place at the Clapham Grand in London on 21 and 22 November 2023.

Tickets are available here.