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Giant Dwarf

The Kings: A night of drag live and online

Where
Giant Dwarf
Giant Dwarf
280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
When

Saturday 19 December 2020 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm Friday 22 January from 7:30pm to 9:30pm

Cost

Starting from: $10

The ovation was standing, the finale was boy banding and the jokes were landing!

After a packed out premiere, the Kings are ready to settle into a regular monthly spot at the Giant Dwarf. Expect lip-syncing goodness, music, a mix of dance/gyration, and a dash of comedy for equal measure.

“The Kings show caused me to be phenomenally entertained, and sexually bewildered” – Beck Shaw (aka Brocklesnitch)

“The Kings is a raucous night of lip-syncs, sing-a-longs and incredible drag that’s a breath of fresh air in the Sydney arts scene. I’ve never seen a crowd that excited, loud and buzzing about a drag night” – AJ Lamarque

For further information including our Covid-19 guidelines, please visit our website.

Note: Live stream tickets are available online up to 60 minutes before show start. Make sure you get your tickets early! A Zoom link will be emailed to you before the show.

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Giant Dwarf

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