About

Fagulous is a celebrity impersonator, character comedian and compere who’s taking the London cabaret scene by storm. With a plethora of characters tucked up his sleeve from Liza Minnelli and Alan Carr to Ann Widdecombe and Fanny Craddock, there’s a character for every audience.

Growing up in the not quite so fabulous South Wales valleys, Fagulous moved to London in 2013 to pursue a far more glamorous life. After attending a cabaret workshop in the February of 2014 he quickly caught the cabaret bug. His infamous (Kate) Bush led him to perform across London, including the main stage of the Roundhouse. Later that year he travelled down to the Isle of White to perform in the cabaret tent at Bestival. That same year Fagulous was made a resident artist at the Roundhouse and began performing at the legendary Black Cap in Camden Town.

In 2015 Fagulous produced his own show at the Black Cap- Absolutely Fagulous, which was a huge hit…though Fagulous can’t quite remember being there?! Unfortunately, gentrification struck it’s awful claws and took the Black Cap away from Camden. May she rest in peace. Fagulous took a 9 hour Megabus to Scotland in the August to wave a jazz hand or two at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Fagulous lost his suitcase on the first day, but luckily the helpfully Edinburgh folk found it and returned the luggage full of sequins and wigs straight back to him. It was this gesture that made Fagulous fall in love with the Scottish folk and he can’t wait to go and visit again!

It was back down to the Isle of Wight for another weekend of camp, limp wristed antics at Bestival, Fagulous bought a new sleeping bag to mark the occasion. Then back to London where Fagulous was enjoying hosting his weekly cabaret show ‘Absolutely Fagulous’ at Camden’s brand new LGBT venue the Bloc Bar. In the November Fagulous produced the camp as tits talent contest ‘Mediocre Opportunity Knocks’- a talent contest for mediocre people.

So far, 2016 was another fabulous year for Fagulous as he continued causing camp chaos across London. He was nominated for a Boyz Scene Award and began working with the ultimate cabaret legend David Hoyle (!!!)