Blair St. Clair is the latest queen confirmed for DragWorld UK

Yaaaaasss queen!

Season 10 fan favourite Blair St. Clair is the latest announcement for DragWorld UK. She will be sashaying into Olympia London on the 17th and 18th August.

Blair will be joining a selection of talented queens including All Stars 3 winner Trixie Mattel, who will also be making her DragWorld debut later this year, and All Stars 2 champion Alaska.

And earlier this week Season two icon and All Stars 2 breakout star Tatianna and Season 8 contestant Derrick Barry were confirmed for the event.

London’s beautiful Olympia Convention Hall will play host to countless queens for Q&As, panels, fashion extravaganzas and meet & greets, and will welcome over 20,000 fans from across Europe.

If you don’t manage to get your claws into a meet and greet with the queen of your dreams, fear not! With your entry ticket alone there will be multiple opportunities to meet all your favourite drag stars with pop up meets and Autograph Alley.

As well as drag icons, there will also be an endless variety of stalls to fulfil all your drag desires, including makeup stalls to get glam, clothing to look fierce, plus wigs and accessories to complete the look.

You can purchase tickets for DragWorld UK here. Several more queens will be announced over the next few months, so keep an eye out… or just check up on our website every now and again.

Last year, iconic Drag Race contestants such as Jinkx Monsoon, Ginger Minj, Tatianna, Miss Fame, Manila Luzon, Jujubee, BenDeLaCreme, Farrah Moan and Violet Chachki were in attendance.

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