3 June, 2023






Front Room
13 Central Walk
BS23 1FF


Brizzle Boyz Drag King Cabaret

Wezzun! Come take a Grand Peer at something special – Brizzle Boyz are in town for Pride!

Our friends at Front Room Theatre have invited us to a day at the beach, so don’t be a donkey – come celebrate with us! As the premiere drag king cabaret of England’s South-West, we are beyond excited to amble down the A370 and give Weston-Super-Mare a Pride to remember. 

Brizzle Boyz’ co-producers and hosts, the ostentatious Oliver Assets and fluorescent Fluxx Wyldly, will be doing a turn on the stage, joined by a delightful chorus of dazzling drag artists: 

The Punchy Punk Rocky!

The Quixotic Quiches Lorraine!

The Ever-Important Ernest!

+More TBA!

Doors at 7:30 | The show is 8PM – 10PM

Tickets are Pay-What-You-Decide.

This show is a 16+ event.


The South West’s premier queer punk drag king cabaret night and one of the largest and longest running king nights in the UK, Brizzle Boyz is an electrifying LGBTQIAAP+ variety performance night. A true melting pot of local and national talent, Brizzle Boyz brings together a carefully curated line up of some of the best and boldest drag performers in the country. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll leave wanting a glittery moustache!


Brizzle Boyz is an LGBTQIAAP+ event and we aim to promote a welcoming space for all that attend. There will be a programme on the night to alert attendees to which acts contain potentially upsetting or controversial subject matter. If you have any concerns on the night please find either Fluxx, Oliver, Kurt, or the person who checked your ticket and let us know so we can help you. The line up is subject to changes.


This show will be fully seated. Front Room Theatre is a wheelchair accessible venue. The public areas are set out on a single level with wheelchair access to all public areas of the venue. The venue is at street level, and there is a dropped curb to the venue outside. There is an accessible toilet separate to general toilet blocks. There isn’t dedicated parking for the venue, but there is a pay-and-display car park across the street which has an accessible route from it to the venue. Support workers are allowed free access to the venue. This needs to be arranged prior to the event via where a carers pass can be arranged – please make sure to email us at the time of purchase as we will not be able to account for carers tickets after the show has sold out.

If you would like a more comprehensive list of accessibility information, please email us at

If you would like to reserve specific seating for accessibility reasons, please email in advance and we will do our best to accommodate you. Seat allocation is otherwise first come first served.