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So So Gay offers readers special discount for Taboo!

So So Gay introduces an exclusive special offer to our readers to see the amazing show Taboo at the Brixton Clubhouse.

Only a few short weeks ago we gave this tremendous show a rave review, and declared that there was a lot to love in Taboo. From its larger than life characters, to its moments of unexpected poignancy, we were left reeling by this astounding piece of theatre and urged all of you to see it as soon as you could.

Now here at So So Gay we’re able to announce a special discount on tickets for Taboo at the Brixton Clubhouse, meaning there really is no excuse not to see this amazing show. Tickets which normally cost £25 have been lowered for our loyal readers to £15 leaving you all a little something for Christmas shopping as the nights begin to close in.

To cash in on this special offer all you have to do is dial 0844 871 7627 and quote ‘BOY GEORGE £15 ticket offer’ or click here and enter BOYGEORGE15 promo code when prompted.

Treat yourself to a night at Taboo with So So Gay, and see the show that everyone has been talking about. Don’t forget to tweet your thoughts!




  1. laneylouisa

    19 Oct 2012 at 10:03

    @SoSoGay @BoyGeorge @TabooInBrixton taboo is a work of brilliance that takes u on a rollercoaster of an emotional journey. It is real!

  2. richdiced

    19 Oct 2012 at 18:50

    @SoSoGay we went last night – it’s immense!

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