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Miz Cracker’s Who’s Holiday is a camp and quirky alternative Christmas tale – review

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Those familiar with RuPaul’s Drag Race alumni Miz Cracker will be aware she’s a clever queen, so we were expecting something a bit higher concept than an average drag show – and that’s exactly what we got with Who’s Holiday.

It’s essentially a Dr Seuss story for grown ups: Cracker plays the role of an adult Cindy Lou-Who who gets knocked up by the Grinch and ends up running off and marrying him.

We catch up with Cindy after a stint in jail – she’s attempting to throw a Christmas party, but unsurprisingly, not many people want to hang out with an ex-convict who married a monster.

It’s a camp and quirky take on the well-known Christmas tale which we’re totally here for. It’s also delivered entirely in rhyming couplets – which is an impressive achievement and while it’s admirable to watch, it does mean the pace barely changes throughout.

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