Very good show really enjoyed it . The drag act was brilliant too . Highly recommended
We arrived as a group outside the venue, we were ushered into a queuing system and told to wait. As the queue built up, more groups were arriving and everyone was excited and in high spirits, there was several Hen Parties. A Drag Queen person and a DreamBoy person came to the smoking balcony overlooking the queue and stirred up more excitement and anticipation. Eventually we were lead in past security checks and given a plastic beaker with champagne in it then shown to our seats. The venue hall was long & slim, the seating was in tight rows facing a small stage. The seats were simple white folding picnic chairs. Beside the stage was a big screen TV rerunning past DreamBoy events, in the middle of the venue was the DJ box and the seating went all around it, if you were in those seats you would have a poor view. Once more groups got packed into the seating area I started to feel uneasy about how I would get out in the event of a fire, I even found myself looking for the emergency exit light. The Drag Queen started the event off giving a general build up and light hearted banter , then the main show started to much screaming & excitement. The dance routine was fun & entertaining but nothing revealed during this performance, the DreamBoy chose two ladies, sat them on chairs and did a fun routine with them. The next DreamBoy started his routine but this time when he picked a Hen he was different, he put the Hen in a choke hold against the back wall , pulled her down by her hair, followed on by positioning the Hen on all fours, took off his belt danced at bit, then hit the Hen across her buttocks really hard with the belt, it was shocking to watch. The Drag Queen came back, during her sketch the security man whispered to her to pad out her set, it was obvious something was going on out the back, he carried on, then the same DreamBoy walked across the front of the stage in his coat pulling a suitcase, then left. There was around 1/2 hr interval for toilets, smoking or drinks, The 2nd half started the Drag Queen padded the performance out again, by calling all the Hen’s to the stage and let one sing a Whitney Houston song The main DreamBoy on this half was a Peeky Blinders character, his routine had substance and went down well, he called out a Hen and put her on a chair & did sexy moves, he put another Hen on a 2nd chair, but as the other DreamBoy had left he encouraged the Bouncer to come and dance too. The Bouncer had no shirt, he was very muscular however, he was very overweight, his belly had an overhang. He copied the DreamBoy by dancing on top of the 2nd Hen, he was too big and she beckoned him to stop which he did & helped her off the stage. The show was concluded by the Drag , who said the DreamBoys would be available for photos & to make an orderly queue. I had no inkling to have my photo taken with these men, but some of my group did. I can honestly say the DreamBoys we saw bore no resemblance to the video being played on the TV promoting the show. To include a choking hold, hair pulling, and being hit by a belt looked demeaning, and disrespectful of women I don’t know if this is relevant but the Drag Queen said it was her 100 show and kept asking for the crowd to buy her shots, to ask once would be ok but she kept asking for shots, I don’t think it was a special night for her at all, she’s just learnt a rouse to get booze, Our Hen was actually scared of being picked due to the way they were being treated on stage, she ducked behind her seat on many occasions, Some of the seating was in front of very large speakers which made it painful on the ears / hearing was affected I was very disappointed with the whole evening and even now my mind still goes back to the disgusting things I witnessed - surly the DreamBoys are better than this
Drag queen was awesome
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