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Madame Tussauds London is the home of many stars, but on Friday 5th July, the eve of Pride in London’s parade, it is set to host Holly Stars – the beloved comedian Queen, for a one-night drag-stravaganza: Holly Stars’ Big Pride Cabaret.
To celebrate Pride in London, we will throw open our doors to Holly Stars to curate an evening of music, laughter and lip-syncing. Holly’s bumper line-up will include performers hand-picked by the lady herself and is set to be the perfect warm up to the capital’s epic weekend of festivities.
So, what can the audience expect from the show? Starting off with hilarious and outrageous stories from Holly Stars herself, guests will then be treated to show tunes and silliness from Carrot; belly-dancing from the South Asian royal goddess, Minara El Waters; a fiery extravaganza from Prinx Silver and an outstanding drag burlesque performance from Lilly SnatchDragon. There will also be fundraising on the night for MindOut, the leading LGBTQ mental health organisation in the UK.
Steve Davies, General Manager at Madame Tussauds London, said: “We’re very excited to be part of the Pride in London calendar this year and could think of no one better than Holly Stars to help us mark our debut. Guests will be in for an uproarious evening and we can’t wait to see what Holly has in store for us.”
Holly Stars, gorgeous natural beauty, added: “I’m thrilled that Madame Tussauds London will be showing their support for the LGBTQ+ community by hosting such a diverse celebration of UK drag. And I’m so excited to be a part of it. It’s going to be a right good night babs - better get meself a nice frock sorted.”
Tickets are £20 each and available here.