Haus of Parks: Family Friendly Drag Show - Evening Show
We'reeeeee Here! Welcome to the DEBUT of Haus Of Parks... Georgetown, Halton Hills, and beyond - some of Ontario's most successful Drag Starz are coming to a stage near you! Join us on Thursday October 7th for our new monthly Haus Of Parks drag show lead by TroyBoy Parks & Eras Parks! Haus Of Parks is our new family friendly Drag Show at the John Elliott Theatre feat. members of the 'Haus Of Parks' with a variety of special guests for an epic monthly DRAGanza with favourite LOCAL Drag Starz. Bringing you one amazing show with new hints of choreography, gag worthy lewks and all of your favourite music from different divas! Get into it! Doors open at 7pm, and the show starts at 8pm! You must book your seat in advance - contact 519-994-8748 to make a reservation today! Donations will be taken at the door - it's pay what you can and the suggested donation is $20. A portion of the proceeds will go to the Positive Space Network. COVID-19 Safety Precautions: Public health guidelines are changing rapidly, and at this time, proof of vaccination will be required at the door (Receipt of vaccination in PDF on mobile device and Government ID). Seating will be distanced as per public health guidelines, and masks are required. Check out the Facebook event for more details!
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Haus of Parks
'Haus Of Parks' is formed of: Violet Seductions Parks, Lucy Purr, Alby Kween, and Eras Parks. Haus Of Parks is our new family friendly Drag Show at the John Elliott Theatre feat. members of the 'Haus Of Parks' with a variety of special guests for an epic monthly DRAGanza with favourite LOCAL Drag Starz.
This event is part of a hub:
The Cultural Centre is located in downtown Georgetown, central to a beautiful, historic cluster of natural areas, businesses, and public spaces - surely the perfect spot to start your Culture Days month. The Cultural Centre houses the John...
9 Church Street
Halton Hills, ON
The John Elliott Theatre is located in the Halton Hills Public Library and Cultural Centre.
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.