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This month the month of Thanksgiving we are going to Stuff Your Face with bacon, talent and mayhem! This month’s ask for the ladies to visit one of your favorites that they have not had the chance to do or have always wanted to do again. It’s something dreams or nightmares are made of. Can’t wait to see what this group of queens has in store for Stuff Your FACE!
This month we have:
James and Kerry Darling
Dj Tony Burns is spinning the hits!
Our Meatman Deo will be putting his salty meat inside of you and Peter Darling our stage stud is going to be helping in cleaning and setting up things. Miss Just will be back this month running the spot! Hope to see you out!
Night in Old Gay Seattle
Southpark (Aunt Betty)
Rainbow Bingo Sno-Valley
Rainbow Bingo Whidbey
Rainbow Bingo Vashon Island ( Aunt Betty)
Mini Bacon Strip Pride at Cal Anderson Park 1:00pm
Rainbow Bingo SESC
Diva's Take Back America
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 one of Seattle’s most successful nights out;Bacon Strip SPECIAL. She is also has a traveling cabaret Blue Plate Special. She can also be seen at Columbia City Cabaret, West Seattle, Ballard South East Seattle and Sno Valley Senior Centers, Rainbow Bingos and more. November 2013 Sylvia became a Tupperware consultant and is now booking parties. 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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