The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula are touring the UK in 2022 with a ‘twisted variety show’
The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula are touring the UK in 2022 with a twisted, macabre drag variety show.
The tour promises “boundless drag, filth, horror and glamour” when it heads to 12 cities across the UK this March.
Fans can still get their hands on tickets for The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula UK tour from See Tickets.
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Dracmorda Boulet, one half of the duo, says: “We’re so excited to bring our season four monsters to the UK for another tour of drag, filth, horror and glamour.
“We have passionate fans in the US, but the way that the fans resonate with what we do in the UK, it reaches another level”.
The tour’s lineup will feature the top four from season four of The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula, alongside the hosting duo.
This includes Dahli, Saint, Sigourney Beaver and the show’s first international performer, Hoso Terratoma, who helms from the Seoul drag scene.
The drag competition series returned in October 2021 for its fourth – and biggest – season.
It saw 10 drag artists compete to be ‘The World’s Next Drag Supermonster’ and win $100,000, the largest prize money in the show’s history.
The show marked a number of firsts, with its cast featuring Bitter Betty, who is the first trans woman to compete on the main season of Dragula.
Guest judges included Bob The Drag Queen, Vanessa Hudgens, Poppy, Orville Peck and Game of Thrones’ Kristian Nairn.
The series also found a new home on the horror streaming service Shudder, and fans can now stream it as part of a subscription.
You can find out where and how to catch the drag artists live in the UK in 2022, below.
How to get tickets
They’re now available from See Tickets here.
Tickets are priced from £22.50, while limited VIP meet and greet tickets are available for each date.
You can check out the full tour schedule below.
The Boulet Brothers’ Dragula 2022 UK tour dates
- 13 March – London, Clapham Grand
- 15 March – Edinburgh, Liquid Rooms
- 16 March – Glasgow, Slay
- 18 March – Newcastle, Riverside
- 20 March – Liverpool, O2 Academy
- 21 March – Manchester, Club Academy
- 22 March – Birmingham, Asylum
- 26 March – Nottingham, Rescue Rooms
- 28 March – Leeds, Warehouse
- 29 March – Sheffield, Leadmill
- 30 March – Brighton, Concorde
- 31 March – Bristol, The Fleece