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FOR FELLOW QUEERS AND STRAIGHT PEERS PRESENT… A NIGHT SHOWCASING LGBTQ+ TALENT AT WHARF CHAMBERS.
OLA WINTER – Ola is a 19 year old Bradford based Drag Queen. She’s fishy, shady, and cute. Expect to be left gagged and wanting more…
MILEY K – She’s a high energy shred style guitar player with a twist, fusing styles and genres with the care of a sledge hammer – complete with self deprecation and plenty of crowd interaction.
PHOEBE CLAYTON – Describing herself as ‘cute, quirky, and queer’, 20 year old Phee is a singer. Get down early to experience her dulcet tones as she joins us all the way from Surrey.
MISS LAMBRINI VON DAMN – From the ‘little east Germany’ trailer park in the rainy old midlands to across the pond and the not-so dazzling lights of off-off-old Broadway, Miss Lambrini von Damn has charmed many a young man with her tantalising song and dance routines. Expect glitz, splits and (due to wardrobe malfunctions) tits!
GAYMY WINEHOUSE – Everyone’s favourite British sweetheart but with a queer (and scouse) twist! Join her on her debut performance as she graces the stage at Wharf Chambers.
CHRIS HARLEY – A queer, feminist comedian sharing their experiences around gender, sexuality and poor life choices. They also run Cocktails and Fuck Tales, the only event in Leeds celebrating the underrated artform of dirty storytelling.
All proceeds from this event will go towards funding the gender transition surgeries of a member of our team. You can read Nathan’s story and find out why this fundraising is so important at the following link: https://forfellowqueersandstraightpeers.wordpress.com/home/nathans-story/
Wharf Chambers is a members’ club and you need to be a member, or guest of a member, in order to attend. Please visit wharfchambers.org/join. Membership costs £1 and requires a minimum of 48 hours to take effect. Wharf Chambers also has a safer spaces agreement, you can read about this here: http://www.wharfchambers.org/the-club/safer-spaces.