A MAD Drag Night: The fabulous and dragalicious evening sure to leave you gagging…

A MAD Drag Night is getting ready to strut back into your life with a kick ass new show for 2017.

On Sunday 27 August at Cafe De Paris, it will see over 40 fierce and fabulous West End stars join together in full drag – all in the name of The Make A Difference Trust. 2017’s show will be hosted by Brian Dowling alongside special appearances from Sherrie Hewson, Denise Welch, Laila Morse, Christopher Biggins, Harriet Thorpe.

Going into its 25th year, the Make A Difference Trust supports people suffering from HIV and Aids.

“I always endeavour to help out at A MAD Drag Night whenever I can. I love being part of a charity environment, especially when it is of the highest standard but also raises money for an incredibly important cause,” explains RuPaul’s Drag Race winner Bianca Del Rio who has been involved in previous year’s.

“The team at MAD Drag Night are driven by making as much money as possible for the charity and in return the passion and love just pours through the show. I am very excited for everything A MAD Drag Night has ahead of it and look forward to supporting it all the way.”

A MAD Drag Night will be performances live at Cafe De Paris at 6:30pm and 10:30pm.

Fancy a preview of what to expect? Join Bianca Del Rio and stars with this exclusive video from 2016’s event…

Related: Lions and Tigers and (West End) Bares, oh my! Theme announced for Bares 2017

Please note: 18+ and this show may contain scenes of a sexual nature and strong language – just as we like it! 

 More information can be found here.

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