The Dominion Theatre sold out for a fantastic performance by five sensational drag artists. Collectively known as QUEENZ. The company have been on tour for the past three years and this summer will take up a six-week residence at the Underbelly in London. 

As the five QUEENZ explode onto the stage you can sense that you are about to have a great time in the Theatre. We are introduced to the group in the style of the Spice Girls pop icons, who appear to have heavily influenced the show. Who doesn’t love a dose of “girl power” this audience certainly didn’t!

QUEENZ consists of Bella Du Ball (Ben Sell), Billie Eyelash (Craig Colley), Dior Montay (Mark McCredie), Candy Caned (Joshua Pearson) and Zeze Van Cartier (Jonathon Hands) along with their fabulous understudy and roving theatre reporter Summer Storm (Alexander Gage). Each one looking divine with amazing stage presence throughout the performance. 

Their stagehand Jason is far more than his job description. Offering humour, superb piano skills and dance moves. You never know where he will be helping out next.

The seven-minute tribute to famous past and present West End musicals is performed with their own lyrics which match the mood of their performance and personality. It went down a storm with the audience. 

A creative team comprising of David Griego the creative director,  musical director Alex Turney, Ar? Chawanja music director and Keiron Powell the creative associate and production manager have collaborated and brought to the stage an incredibly memorable show brimming with talent.

Forget all the usual etiquette and protocol that theatregoers should follow. Getting up to dance, sing along, filming and photography are all actively encouraged. The greater the participation the energy from the QUEENZ increases and the auditorium becomes electrifying. Such a fantastic experience and show.

For more information on the QUEENZ new upcoming tour and latest news please check out their social media accounts. Where updates and news will be shared by the team.


Review: Elaine Chapman