Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens has no pretensions to be anything other than a lot of camp fun. It's a celebration of sexuality, kinks and double entendres, although the smutty jokes never get more adult than a Carry On level of naughtiness.
In a small, awkwardly-shaped space (although the catwalk-style set design does help improve on the venue's dodgy sightlines) with pre-recorded music, the singing isn't always that clear, even when amplified, so many gags in Mann and Fidler's lyrics are probably getting missed (though this does improve after the interval.) The songs themselves aren't classics but they're fun, lively and plenty of them have a decent tune - you'll come out humming the signature tune "Glitter Boots Saved My Life." Not as subversive as it probably thinks it is, Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens is a lot of fun, and even if glitter boots don't save your life they should provide a silly, kinky night out.
Saucy Jack and the Space Vixens by Charlotte Mann, Michael Fidler, Jonathan Croose and Robin Forrest is booking until the 15th of September at the Leicester Square Theatre's Lounge.
Running time: 2 hours 45 minutes including cabaret and two intervals.