Bar Wotever at RVT

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18 February 2020


£7/£5 Conc.

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This is a night for friendly and open minded people who know how to pay attention.

Presenting the best LGBT & Queer Performers both nationally and internationally on the RVT stage along with encouraging new talent weekly via our Open Mic slots. RVT champion a big group of Residential Performers who are invited to perform time after time, plus many of London’s leading Drag Kings, Drag Queens and Drag Performers. Many have started at Bar Wotever. Every Tuesday they also host the Community News for and with our London LGBT & Queer Community.

The night includes: Live Music, Cabaret, Drag, Performance Art, Burlesque and Spoken Word, we mix it all, expect the Unexpected!

What our punters said: 
“Came for my first time, was slightly nervous, but felt SO welcomed and comfortable as part of this gorgeous queer community. The cabaret was incredible, the people were warm and kind and the drinks were cheap! Recommend to all. I will probably be here every Tuesday for the rest of my life…”

“Wonderful community feel. Wonderfully diverse. A great night out. I generally go alone when I’m in London and feel very welcome.”

“This place is fantastic, so fun and friendly and full of such amazing talent. Cannot speak highly enough of it.”

“So chuffed to have gotten the chance to see two of the cabaret shows whilst in London! What a lovely community there is and all so friendly! I was moved to tears by Lolo Brow, cried with laughter with Oedi Pussy, and so many others had my attention throughout with their beauty and passion! The teddy bears are a great idea which should be a more common thing in bars and clubs, it was good to know the venue cares about its customers. I hope this group thrives and I look forward to next time x”

What the press say: 
“Erasing all boundaries and stereotypes from the blackboard this innovative night featured a wealth of the smartest, sexiest and most unique performers who encourage different ways of gender expressions.” QX

“Ultra-chilled, ultra-welcoming queer performance mixer with a gloriously eclectic line-up and crowd. The vibe is supportive, exploratory and occasionally rough around the edges” Time Out Cabaret London