Your RVT Weekend
There really is something for everyone at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern this weekend starting on Thursday (25 Apr) when they open their Drag Idol 2019 account with their first heat hosted by previous champion Son of a Tutu. There’s two events on Friday, starting at 7pm with
An Evening Without Kate Bush, a theatrical tribute to the UK’s finest female singer/songwriter, starring Sarah Louise Young, and that is followed at 10pm by pop kings Push The Button with Born To Make You Happy, a night in celebration of Britney Spears. Saturday night is the all powerful Duckie with Readers Wifes and guests Jess Love, Lucy McCormick and C&A. The weekend comes to a glittering shimmering climax on Sunday when Queens of Cabaret welcomes back the flame retardant northern songbird Myra DuBois with DJs Simon Le Vans and Sean Sirrs. Tickets and full info at vauxhalltavern.com
Ku Bar’s new ad campaign
We love the cool ad campaigns that the team at Ku Group bring us and PR manager and Boyz Award-winning host Stefanos has given us a sneak peek of their really rather gorgeous new imagery that you will soon see all over social media. Don’t forget that all the venues – Ku Leicester Square including Klub and Light Lounge, Little Ku and She Soho – are open seven days a week.
Last few days of Queereteria TV
Queereteria TV is the musical starring Andy Bell set in a post-apocalypse TV studio at Above The Stag. The show is quite unlike anything else we’ve ever seen and features a standout performance from Matthew Baldwin as Lady Domina Bizarre. It’s running all this week and finishes on Sunday (28 Apr). Tickets from abovethestag.com
Dr Ballcrusher beams into The Yard Coventry
This Friday (26 Apr) the cabaret at The Yard in Coventry will be out of this world when Dr Beverly Ballcrusher beams into the glorious venue. You can expect big laughs and song where no one has gone before.
Ye Olde Rose and Crown fundraiser
Drag With No Name and Son of a Tutu will both be at Ye Olde Rose and Crown this Sunday (28 Apr) in Greenwich from 6pm. They are helping the venue raise cash for Metro Centre, the local HIV and LGBT youth charity.
Head to The Brewers
There’s a super package of cabaret treats at the Two Brewers this weekend starting on Thursday (25 Apr) with the hilarious and rather sexy Tanya Hyde. Friday is Ball with the Kings Cross Steelers, Danny Beard and Miss Jason while on Saturday it’s the marvellous Brenda LeBeau in the Cabaret Bar with Demon while DJ Chris Brogan is in the Club Bar. The weekend peaks on Sunday with the Power of Four when Miss Jason, Sandra, Myra DuBois and Mary Mac bring us their cabaret wares.
Rupert Street Bubbly
This Saturday (27 Apr) the team at the gorgeous new look Rupert Street in Soho will be raffling £500 worth of Champagne in support of The Food Chain from 7pm. Make a donation to be in with a chance at grabbing a bottle of bubbly plus the always fizzing,
DJ Tasty Tim will be on those decks.
Three amazing acts at The Old Ship
There’s three nights of fabulous cabaret this weekend at The Old Ship in Limehouse kicking off on Friday (26 Apr) with Drag Idol winner Danny Beard. Saturday night it’s the frankly bonkers Drag With No Name and on Sunday, it’s London Marathon day, which goes close by the venue and they have Wilma Ballsdrop performing.
Pat at Sundowners
We love a trip to the seaside and if that means ending up in Sundowners in Margate then even better. This Saturday (27 Apr) the cabaret is supplied by the very funny and very lovely Pat Clutcher on stage at 11pm.
Treats at CMYK
If you haven’t checked out CMYK in Wimbledon yet, then get a shift on and mince down there this weekend. They have cabaret from Miss Minnie Bar on Friday (26 Apr) and Shane O’Shea on Saturday plus DJs, drinks deals and the lovely host Carmen Getit. Get all the info from barcmyk.co.uk
Beboyz ready for launch in May
Beboyz, the LGBT+ friendship site based on shared hobbies, sports and interests – and created by Boyz –
is in the final stages before full launch. You can still help us beta test the site by going to beboyz.com and we’ll give you 3 months free membership for your help.
Late night clubbing at Circa
This Saturday (27 Apr) those gorgeous boys, girls and non binary babes at Circa The Club will be throwing shapes on the dancefloor like their lives depend on it because the gorgeous mega club is open late till 5am. You get more of those amazing DJs delivering the quality pumping house, more of the state of the art venue and more, more, more of the delicious party crowd.
Sweatbox staff needed
If you want to ‘Work Hard for The Money’ then the team at the gorgeous new look Sweatbox sauna want to hear from you. They are hiring staff and if you want to be where the action is then just send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Get a bus to and from Brighton Pride
The lovely people at Brighton Pride have now sorted a way to get from London and other locations direct to Preston Park and back again for Brighton Pride this year on the first weekend of August. Event Travel Hub have a network of pick up locations across the South, London and selected locations to transport Pride visitors safely to and from Pride 2019. More than 50 locations are available for single or just return journeys to/from Preston Park and east/west routes from Madeira Drive. You can book tickets at brighton-pride.org
Fun at The White Swan
This weekend is all go at the White Swan in Limehouse including on Saturday (27 Apr) Boyz Award-winner KY Kelly will be bringing the big cabaret laughs and then on Sunday (28 Apr) the venue is open all day as the London Marathon passes right by and they will have food available.
Glitter in the Darkroom
Glitter in the Darkroom is the inclusive non-tribal social night and this Friday (26 Apr) they are back at Protocol in Fire from 6pm. This mega fun night features the best in commercial pop and queer anthems and if you use the code BOYZ you can get half price tickets at outsavvy.com
Cabaret at The Victoria
If you’re planning a quiet weekend then it’s best to stay away from The Victoria in Walthamstow on Saturday (27 Apr) as they have the one and only Drag With No Name bringing the brilliant cabaret chaos with songs and big laughs.