Drag Race icons Willam and Cheryl Hole to star in drag murder mystery Death Drop

Drag Race stars Willam and Cheryl Hole have joined the cast of Death Drop: Back in the Habit.

Drag Race icons Willam and Cheryl Hole are set to star in drag murder mystery show, Death Drop: Back in the Habit.

The duo will appear in the all-new production which will head to the West End’s Garrick Theatre from 8-20 November.

The show will also embark on a UK tour starting from 27 October 2022 until 18 March 2023, with dates planned for Cardiff, Sheffield, Brighton, Glasgow and more.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from lovetheatre.com and atgtickets.com.

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Also confirmed to be joining the cast is Drag King, LoUis CYfer alongside a full drag supporting cast for the West End run and UK tour.

Drag Race UK star Cheryl Hole said: “After seeing so many of my talented friends in the different renditions of the show, I can’t wait to step into the shoes of my peers and show everyone that I’m far from mediocre.”


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The plot sees a gaggle of fabulous nuns trapped in their convent with a serial slayer slashing their way through the sisters.

They say: “As the clues are unearthed by Sis Marple, you’ll be laughing in the pews as the hilarious, fierce, all-drag killer comedy comes to its thrilling and uproarious conclusion.”

The all-new production has been written by Rob Evans and directed once again by Jesse Jones and it will kick off on 27 October in Bromley before heading to venues across the country.

Previous stars of Death Drop have included Drag Race alumni, Latrice Royale, Kitty Scott Claus, Vinegar Strokes and Jujubee.

How to get tickets

They’re now on sale and you can get tickets for the Death Drop West End run from lovetheatre.com and for the UK tour dates from atgtickets.com.

Death Drop: Back in the Habit UK tour dates

  • 27-30 October – Bromley, Churchill Theatre
  • 1-5 November – Dartford, Orchard Theatre
  • 8-20 November – London, Garrick Theatre
  • 22-26 November – Wycombe, Swan Theatre
  • 29 November – 3 December – Cardiff, New Theatre
  • 6-10 December – Crewe, Lyceum
  • 13-24 December – Brighton, Theatre Royal
  • 3-7 January 2023 – Blackpool, Grand Theatre
  • 10-14 January 2023 – Sheffield, Lyceum
  • 17-21 January 2023 – Curve, Leicester
  • 23-28 January 2023 – Aberdeen, His Majesty’s
  • 14-19 February – Theatre Royal, Nottingham
  • 23-25 Feb 2023 – Glasgow, King’s Theatre
  • 9-12 March 2023 – Manchester, Opera House
  • 13-18 March 2023 – Birmingham, The Alexandra