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Laugh At The Queen And At Yourself
The Queen of Fucqing Everything debuts her first stage performance and resurrects a retired queen at a drag experience that’ll stay with you a while
Her Royal Majesty, The Queen of Fucqing Everything (QoFE) cares about her subjects and has organised this drag performance as a way of giving back to the community. The event is supporting the Beth Rapha Home of Healing safe house for abused children that receives little to no financial help.
The QoFE fundraising event takes place at the Edgemead Bowling club on Saturday 10 August 2019 so don’t be a drag and get your drag on for the drag performance of the year. Leave the kids at home to spare them the colourful language.
There will be singing, comedy, lip-syncing, pole dancing, free giveaways and a fabulous auction where you could get your hands on a gorgeous tiara fit for a queen. The performers are not being paid for this event, so your tips are appreciated.
QoFE debuts her first live performance on stage after launching her YouTube channel earlier this year. Her Royal Majesty’s aim is to make people laugh. At themselves and at her. Nevermind political correctness, QoFe doesn't worry about what she says or does. She will say and do all the things you wish you could, just to give you the opportunity to kick back and laugh.
Sueniaa Twice is an old friend of Her Majesty QoFE and is coming out of retirement especially for the show. Sueniaa hasn't performed for many years but when she that her friend was helping a safe house, she immediately decided to give one last performance.
WATCH: THE QOFE
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SUPPORT THE HOME OF HEALING
Ronel O’Reilly and Jolene Yeo opened the Beth Rapha safe house to care for abused children aged three to 13. They are in need of financial help and all proceeds of the event will go to Beth Rapha.
WATCH: THE BETH RAPHA SAFE HOUSE
The performance takes place on the stage at the Edgemead Bowling Club, which will be decorated courtesy of Her Majesty QoFE. There is secure parking on the grounds of the bowling club at no extra charge.
ATTENDING THE FUNDRAISER
There are still tickets to see the show at R120 per person (the R250 tickets including a light meal and drink have sold out). The venue has a cash bar. To book a ticket, contact the organiser on firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a message to Her Majesty via Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. You can make an EFT payment and collect your ticket or claim it at the door on the night. There’s no guarantee of being able to get a ticket at the gate on the night, so it’s best to book in advance.
If you can’t get to this event, Her Majesty QoFE is doing another show in October to help raise funds for a horse riding school.
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