RuPaul’s Drag Race UK has announced the entire cast from series four will tour theatres and arenas across the UK next year including Bristol’s Hippodrome. All your favourite Queens will be there as the production looks to dial it up to fabulous once again.
The announcement follows a successful string of live tours from the extravagant TV show with audiences flocking to see the glittering production starring their favourite queens. The winner and top two finalists of series four are yet to be announced but the new tour will feature all 12 queens including Copper Top, Dakota Schiffer, Danny Beard, Jobbers Blonde, Just May, Le Fil, Pixie Polite, Sminty Drop and Starlet.
In 2019, RuPaul Charles brought his popular TV show from across the pond to challenge a fresh batch of stylish Queens. The UK version has received wide-spread praise and developed a cult-like following of millions.
Ben Hatton, Director of Theatre Touring for Cuffe and Taylor, said: “We are delighted to be presenting our third live tour of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. It is a show that is outrageous and exciting in equal measures and audiences just absolutely love it. “Get ready for a completely laugh out loud evening of no holds barred entertainment!”
Here’s everything you need to know about Ru Paul’s Drag Race Series 4 Uk tour, when it’s coming to Bristol and how to get tickets.
Where is the Official RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Tour date in Bristol?
The Official Rupaul’s Drag Race UK Series four tour will stop off at Bristol’s Hippodrome on Sunday, May 7 2023.
How to get tickets for The Official RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Series Four Tour in Liverpool
Live Nation members have access to a pre-sale on November 3 at 10am via Live Nation
Tickets for The Official RuPaul’s Drag Race UK Tour in Bristol go on general sale at 10am on Friday November 4 via the Live Nation website.
Full list of RuPaul Drag Race UK tour 2023 dates
- Plymouth: Plymouth Pavilions, April 14
- Brighton: Brighton Dome, April 15
- Southampton: Mayflower Theatre, April 16
- Birmingham: Symphony Hall, April 16
- Manchester: Opera House, April 19
- Glasgow: King’s Theatre, April 21
- Stockton: Stockton Globe, April 22
- Sheffield: Sheffield City Hall, April 23
- Liverpool: Empire Theatre, April 24
- Nottingham: Royal Concert Hall, April 27
- London: Royal Albert Hall, April 28
- Southend: Cliffs Pavilion, April 29
- Cardiff: Motorpoint Arena, April 30
- Swansea: Swansea Arena, May 1
- Ipswich: Ipswich Regent Theatre, May 3
- Newcastle: O2 City Hall, May 4
- Leeds: First Direct Arena, May 6
- Bristol: Bristol Hippodrome, May 7
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