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kinky

adjective Referring to sexual activity and preferences which are regarded as abnormal by the social group to which the person belongs.
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"Kinky Boots," with a score by Lauper and book by Harvey Fierstein, won six Tony awards, including Best Musical.
| Kinky Boots is at the WMC until Saturday, August 3.
Kinky Boots runs at the Theatre Royal, Nottingham, from Monday until Saturday, June 8.
But it's in the ballads where the heart of Kinky Books sits.
Lola helps turn the fate of Price & Sons by designing sturdy but beautiful stiletto shoes to cater to the drag community - and so Kinky Boots is born.
Kinky Boots, which first debuted in the West End in 2015, kicked off a massive UK tour back in September 2018.
Now Paula is playing Lauren, a ditzy worker at a shoe factory in the musical Kinky Boots, which is on its way to the Birmingham Hippodrome.
Based on true events, Kinky Boots tells the story of Charlie Price, who turns an ailing Northampton shoe factory into a roaring success by catering for a niche market - that of drag queens or 'transgenderists' demanding thigh-high red boots that offer "two-and-a-half feet of irresistible tubular sex".
Kinky Boots but sales soon begin to pick up when he employs irrepressible Soho drag queen Lola as his designer.
And Jenny Bradley actress Sally Ann Matthews posed alongside the Kinky Boots Angels with Adam Blease whose character, Dirk, works as a knicker-stitcher in the Underworld factory.
The story of a Northampton shoe factory who tap into the niche market of producing 'kinky boots' for drag queens to save its own future, is brought to the stage with real passion, colour and conviction.
The story of a Northampton shoe factory which taps into the niche market of producing 'kinky boots' for drag queens to save its own future, is brought to the stage with real passion, colour and conviction.