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The voice of a thousand fags, Mrs Moore is a huge fan of female vocalists, especially the brassy, over the top divas, which is reflected in her shows.
A regular at Dietrich's and now in the East End. Welcome Miss Julie.
Everyone's welcome to join us and St Pauls, Shadwell Choir for a singalong with free mince pies and mulled wine.
Sandra has been performing up and down the country and beyond for more years than she can remember. Starting young, her show has evolved over time and is a mix of hit songs interspersed with sharp wit and a bit of audience participation.
Tart with a heart. Best thing since Tequila Rośe. She rides that delicate boundary where old school meets new school, bringing the camp of Lily Savage and Danny La Rue to the Rupaul’s Drag Race aesthetic.
Miss Saffron Slayter - The original singing “Slayter Sister”! This sexy red head causes nothing but camp catastrophe wherever she sashays around.
A voluptuous, big belting, skittle bomb-downing drag queen from London. Drag Idol 2016/2017 and Knockout finalist.
8pm until late. Tickets available for £12 from the bar. DJ Jermaine playing all the hits to see in the New Year. No tickets sold on the night.
Self-appointed queen of the sausage roll, intergalactic sex-pot, and non-binary icon in the making. Fatt Butcher is Birmingham’s queen of disco and amyl nitrate.
Lady Imelda was born in the Philippines. She came to England with a suitcase of dreams and a handbag of nightmares.
She performed in London’s West End, playing some ethnic minority roles in musicals such as Miss Saigon and The King And I. As soon as the audience had left the theatre and the stage lights faded down on her, she packed her suitcase of dreams and became a star in dingy little pubs up and down the country singing away her blues.