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Jason Sutton

Jason Sutton is probably known best as his drag persona, Miss Jason, who has been entertaining audiences across the country for the past 16 years and was awarded Entertainer of the Year 2006/07, 2010/11 2011/12, and again in 2012/13.

Aside from his cabaret work, Jason’s talents have been called into play for many stage productions.  For the last 3 years Jason has been performing in traditional Pantomimes all over the country, From  Dame Trott,... Read more >>

Jason Sutton Overview

Jason Sutton is probably known best as his drag persona, Miss Jason, who has been entertaining audiences across the country for the past 16 years and was awarded Entertainer of the Year 2006/07, 2010/11 2011/12, and again in 2012/13.

Aside from his cabaret work, Jason’s talents have been called into play for many stage productions.  For the last 3 years Jason has been performing in traditional Pantomimes all over the country, From  Dame Trott, in Redhill, Widow Twankey in Weston-super-Mare and Dame Able Mabel in Peter Pan, Derby.

Jason’s other roles include Pink Paradiso shows at the Old Market Theatre and in the Brighton Alternative Pantomimes. In fact, Jason has been part of the cast since its conception and has performed in no fewer than 10 shows to date.  He first appeared in Dick Whittington in the role of Alice and last year as Princess Lillette in Aladdin.

Jason filmed a week of Channel 4's hit programme Come Dine with Me, and also filmed a special Drag Queen Weakest Link, along with two cameos on Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is for the BBC, Chocy-Wocky-Doo-Dah for Sky1, and 5 Series of Antiques Road Trip for BBC 2

This year saw Jason Star as Acting Captain Terry Dennis in Privates on Parade at The Theatre Royal, Brighton to critical acclaim.

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