DRAG ATTACK! - APRIL 30th
  • London Fringe

International lip-sync assassin, rocknroll songstress and festive hostess Crystal Lubrikunt welcomes you to COLOURS, HOXTON with DRAG ATTACK! From kings, queens to everyone fabulous in-between! Grab a ticket and take a seat as London drag excellence slaps its way into your lives!

Starring:

MARK ANTHONY

KATE BUTCH

MISS JOELLE

SIGI MOONLIGHT

& SHARCOOTERIE

Hosted by Crystal Lubrikunt

SHOW INFORMATION

Doors: 6:00pm

Show: 6:30pm - 8:30pm

SEATING ONLY | WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE

1 TICKET = 1 SEAT

13 PER SEAT

FOOD & DRINKS from Colours, Hoxton's kitchen can be enjoyed at your table.

SAFETY MEASURES

This event currently meets and will meet government regulations the date of the show.

This event will contain flashing lights, strobe & adult content.

Colours take the health and safety of our guests and our staff very seriously. We are following government safety guidelines to ensure that the appropriate safety measures have been met.

After buying a ticket, if the event is effected by new government regulations put into place and ends up being cancelled/rescheduled youre eligible for a refund.

Flyer description:

Against white borders on the top & bottom with dates & information of the event and a 90s teal graphic background with colourful shapes with event titling in black at the top-centre with a white comic bubble at the back are a line-up of drag performers lined up side by side. Appearing left to right are Mark Anthony (A white, dark eyed drag artist with olive skin wearing peacock-patterned green & purple armour with purple sash shoulder to waist & a black crown a-top their short, wild & gelled brunette hair. Mark has a moustache & goatee, bushy brows & dark eyeliner round their waterline) Kate Butch (a White, blue-eyed, pink rose-helmet piece wearing drag artist with arched brunette brows, contoured with bronzer nose, cheeks & jaw, bold black lashes a-top pink eyeshadow, black-winged eye liner & white liner on the inner corners & waterline of their eyes. Kate wears a white dress with yellow, green & purple flowers on it as their hands rest on their hips) Crystal Lubrikunt (a White, blue-eyed drag artist with long, wavy honey blonde hair in a collared-pink diamonte bodysuit. Crystals make up consists of blonde ombr brows, overdrawn pink glittery lips, contoured cheeks and nose, glistening highlight on cheeks aswell as peachy blush and her eye make up is black & silver with light metallic silver glitter, black-winged liner highlighted with white and bold black lashes) Miss Joelle (a golden Brown, brown-eyed drag artist with frizzy dark brown hair in a high pony and down the back of her shoulders. Miss Joelle wears a rose gold sequin strappy dress, has thin dark brows, bold black lashes with winged-black liner, and a full moustache & beard that sits beneath a vibrantly purple & pink contoured cheeks & temples of their head with a purple lip to match) Sigi Moonlight (a Light-Skinned East Asian drag artist with short-slicked over to the left black hair with bold golden blonde highlight at the centre, bold black brows with one slit on the right. Sigi has a black moustache, goatee & wears a black suit with white-collared shirt & black tie as they stare ferociously adjusting their cuffs) Sharcooterie (a bald, White, blue-eyed drag artist with thin-theatrical black brows, bold cut-crease eye make up with largely black-white-outlined lids with pink eyeshadow, strong peach blush on cheeks & an overdrawn red lip as they gasp in horror. Shar's nose is contoured like a cartoon with the same blush on cheeks and they wear a Pig-elemented gown with huge cartoon eyes on the chest and a massive nose for the centre of the gown with matching sparkly & black hooves for hands)

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