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Brizzle Boyz - Drag King Cabaret XVII! - Sold Out

29/02/2020
Starts 08:00 PM to 10:30 PM
Where
Main Hall
Ticket price
£5 adv + bf KIKI Members / £8 adv + bf conc / £12 adv + bf
Age limit
18 +
Contact name
Oliver Assets and Roddy Jodphurs
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Brizzle Boyz - Drag King Cabaret XVII! - Sold Out

Bringing you some of the biggest and boldest drag king talent in the UK.

The South West's premier queer punk drag king cabaret night and one of the largest and most successful king nights in the UK, Brizzle Boyz is an electrifying LGBTQIAAP+ variety performance night. A true melting pot of local and national talent, Brizzle Boyz brings together a carefully curated line up of some of the best and boldest drag performers in the country. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll leave wanting to wear a glittery moustache.

Joining Brizzle Boyz in the beautiful candle lit arches of the Trinity Centre Main Hall will be:

The bold Bae Sharam
The pop-tastic Mr Party
The animated Manly Mannington
The fantastic Fruit
The magnificent Mr Wesley Dykes

Plus performances from your hosts Oliver Assets and Roddy Jodphurs.

TICKETS:

  • Tickets are £12 + bf
  • £8 + bf for concessions of any reason
  • If you are an attendee of Kiki Bristol you can pick up a ticket for £5 + bf

Any remaining tickets will be sold for £14/£10/£7 respectively on the door. We are making all tickets available for purchase online; if we sell out before the event there will be no tickets available for purchase on the door.

Access in to the venue is at 8pm | show starts around 8:30pm

Photo credit: Manly Mannington, photo taken by @amy_xno

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Brizzle Boyz is an LGBTQIAAP+ event and we aim to promote a welcoming space for all that attend. Performers may tackle challenging subject matter on subjects such as, but not limited to, lived experience with racism, mental health, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, and ableism. There will be a programme on the night to alert attendees to which acts contain potentially upsetting or controversial subject matter, or potential sensory issues. If you have any concerns on the night please find either Roddy, Oliver, the Brizzle Buddy or the person who checked your ticket and let us know so we can help you. The line up is subject to changes.

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