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Bacon Strip, Seattle’s long-running “big gay variety show,” moves to a new home this weekend. The monthly event, featuring drag performers, music, and outrageous comedy, was in need of a new permanent venue since its run at Re-Bar, where the show started in 2005, ended last year. It’s found it at the Grill on Broadway’s Atrium Stage, where it opens Saturday night with a best-of show, featuring some of Bacon Strip’s most-loved performers and skits. And next month comes the Miss Bacon Strip Pageant!
Feb 10th Whidbey Island Rainbow Bingo ( Sold Out)
Feb 12th Colide-o-scope
Feb 15th Rainbow Bingo Senior Lunch (Aunt Betty)
Community Bingo At Conservatory Feb 15th
Feb 17 Rainbow Bingo Redmond Eagles Aire
Feb 23 Rainbow Bingo
Feb 24 West End Girls at Skylark
Feb 26th Colide-o-scope
March 2nd Rainbow Bingo Sno- Valley (Sylvia and Bobbie Jo)
Rainbow Bingo in South Park ( Aunt Betty)
Bacon Strip Drag show
Diva's in the Night
Sylvia O‘Stayformore is the effervescent hostess in Seattle. Sylvia is a local celebrity in countless drag shows, brunches, fundraisers, benefits, cabarets, radio shows, movies, weddings, premiers, openings and plays. Currently the producer of Seattle’s Best Drag Show (Voted via Seattle Weekly) Bacon Strip. Now in Georgetown at The Conservatory. Every First Saturday. She can also be seen at Senior Centers in West Seattle, Ballard, South East Seattle, Sno Valley, Vashon Island, South Park, Camano Island, Whidbey Island, and DesMoines for her Rainbow Bingos. Out magazine voted Sylvia as the hottest drag queen in America of the moment 2003. Sylvia loves Dionne Warwick, bad boys with big hair, long rides on her Vespa, Thrift store road trips to the coast, late night poetry shows, social networking, & Tab and Seven.
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