If variety is the spice of life then The Royal Vauxhall Tavern is spicier than all five Spice girls at a hot curry eating contest. In the next week they really do have something for everyone. Here’s a look at just a few of the amazing events ahead.
Pop Horror – It’s Britney Witch
Thursday 11 April, 7.30pm to midnight
Pop Horror are the party people that add a dash of Halloween to every month of the year as they mix pop with petrifying. This time they focus on the one and only Britney Spears with host Baby Lame, plus performances from Lady Noelia, Oedipussi, Carrot and more.
Happily Ever Poofter/I’veadhim
Friday 12 April, 7pm to 4am
This Friday there’s two fabulous events at The RVT starting at 8pm with Happily Ever Poofter. If you love Disney and cock, and honestly who doesn’t, then join RVT panto star Rich Watkins in the guise of Prince Henry as he searches for true love, even though he’s the only gay in the Magic Kingdom. The second treat on Friday is outrageous clubbing fun at I’veadhim with host Taylor Trash plus guest DJs Silverhook and Dom Top plus resident Tariq.
Saturday 13 April, 9pm to 4am
There’s nowhere quite like a Saturday night at Duckie at The RVT. Amazing pop music with a dash of rock n’ roll from The Readers Wifes and guests plus hosts Amy Lamé and Jay Cloth with special guests this Saturday Jess Love, Joe Wild and Pink Windmill Kidz.
Queens of Cabaret
Sunday 14 April, 4pm to 10.30pm
Sundays at The RVT are a unique mix of world class cabaret and brilliant DJs. This Sunday the cabaret comes from the Boyz Award-Winning Charlie Hides plus special guest Drag With No Name who’s making his debut at the venue. Plus you get top tunes from DJs Simon Le Vans and Craig Jones.
Disabled, Queer and Here
Wednesday 17 April, 7pm to midnight
Disabled, Queer and Here is a multi-faceted performance show from LGBTQ+ disabled performers featuring drag, poetry, dance, song, lip-synching and Shakespeare followed by a Q & A section at the end with the performers. The night will feature Drag Syndrome, Sugar, Frankie, Ebony Rose Dark on video, Maria Hurtz, Nat Elliot Ross and is compered by Son of a Tutu.
The Art of Drag Graduation Showcase
Thursday 18 April, 7pm to midnight
Hosted by the always brilliant Michael Twaits, this showcase of exciting new cabaret talent features a set of acts that have just completed Michael’s spring 2019 Art of Drag course at The RVT. This is always a brilliant night with a collection of new cabaret and drag acts of every kind imaginable.
Don’t forget every Monday is the Big Bingo show at The RVT with Timberlina and every Tuesday is the always brilliant Bar Wotever with more new talent than you can shake a stick at!