RuPaul's Drag Race UK stars The Frock Destroyers are this month stopping off at Birmingham gay superclub the Nightingale as part of a national tour.
The newly formed trio comprises drag stars Baga Chipz, Blu Hydrangea and Divina De Campo. Their Klub Kids-hosted show will include a performance of their hit single, Break Up (Bye Bye), as well as individual performances from each of the group members.
The Frock Destroyers have made such an impact since forming on last week’s show - after winning the episode’s girl-group conpetition - that there are now online petitions demanding the trio be allowed to represent the UK at next year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
The Frock Destroyers perform at the Nightingale on Tuesday 19 November.
The programme for the evening is as follows:
7pm - Meet-and-greet doors
8pm - General doors
8:45pm - Showtime
The meet-and greet will be a group one with all three queens together.
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