Sunday, 9th April
Aside from his cabaret work, in 2015 Jason appeared in his first family pantomime with PHA Associates in Redhill as Dame Trott in Jack and the Beanstalk playing alongside Paul Daniels and the lovely Debbie McGee. In 2016 Jason appeared at The Playhouse in Weston-super-Mare as Widow Twanky in Aladin.
His TV credits include BBC Oneâ€™s The Weakest Link (drag queen special), Channel 4â€™s Come Dine With Me, BBC Oneâ€™s Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is and Sky1â€™s Chocky-Wocky-Do-Dah.
Jason has also been part of the Brian Ralph Alternative pantomines at the Pavilion Theatre, Brighton for the last 10 years
Jason charity work and vared and well documented, especially his connection to Thais For Life, an independent charity based in Thailand dedicated to assisting thais with medical and special needs, in particular Jason striveâ€™s to assist the Bang-Gin-Ji orphanage in Pattaya giving the children there a better quality of life.
Hailing from the Midlands in the early eighties, she borrowed one of her mother's dresses, strapped on the stillies and hotfooted it down to London. She first enrolled into drag school via The Black Cap after being mesmerised by HiH Regina Fong. Soon after, on a drunken night out at The Hippodrome some tart calling herself Lily Savage told her "You've got a face for drag" - then the seed was sown.