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Type Evenings & Lates
Location
Online
Date and Times 26 February 2021 | Live from 7.30pm
Prices Pay what you can

Join us online for a fabulous night of Fierce Queens this February in celebration of LGBTQ+ History Month.

Our spectacular hosts Adam All and Apple Derrieres will guide you through our virtual House of Love for an evening celebrating queer love stories through the ages.

Featuring gender diverse performances, virtual tours of the Queen's House, luxurious life drawing, love letters and more. It's time to open up your home to the House of Love.

Book now

Need more info or have questions about how to join? Email learning@rmg.co.uk

A performer does the splits, stretched out on the mosaic tiles of the Queen's House

Who's performing?

Gracing us with their presence is an incredible line-up of performers, artists and historians who will be exploring love in all of its many vibrant forms

We have the pleasure of welcoming:

  • Le Gateau Chocolat
  • Drag Syndrome
  • Romeo De La Cruz and Jada Love
  • Rubyyy Jones
  • Drag Improv
  • Dan Vo 

Ready to take part?

All guests are cordially invited to join Adam All and Apple Derrieres in our pre-event cocktail and crown-making activities. Step into character and prepare yourself for a night in with royalty...

We will be giving away free tickets to our upcoming special exhibition Tudors to Windsors: British Royal Portraits for the best dressed, so have your royal portrait taken and use the hashtag #FierceQueens21 for your chance to win. 

Find out more about LGBTQ+ History Month

Access

To make sure everyone can enjoy this royal gathering live subtitling will be present throughout the evening. You can also listen to an audio description for each performance: download the files here

What is Fierce Queens?

A drag performer examines the crowd at the LGBTQ+ event Fierce Queens

Held every year as part of LGBTQ+ History Month, Fierce Queens is a fabulous night of late night entertainment at the Queen's House.

From drag performances to life drawing, this is our chance to celebrate queer histories, culture and connections. 

Drag king Adam All holds a huge novelty sledgehammer while performing at the Queen's House

While we can't join together in person at the Queen's House this year, we can't wait to see you live online.

A gender diverse performer in royal costume stares directly at the camera

Unmute, let loose and feel the love this February!