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LESE MAJESTE XV – Prinx Silver + Drags TBA

LESE MAJESTE XV – Prinx Silver + Drags TBA

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LESE MAJESTE XV – Prinx Silver + Drags TBA

March 24 @ 8:00 pm - 2:00 am GMT

LÈSE MAJESTÉ, the spectacular Drag King & Thing cabaret, is back for a night of soul-filling, mind-bending, body-shaking QUEER MAJESTY!

We’ll be back at the legendary Bethnal Green Working Mens’ Club on Friday 24th March – doors open at 8PM and we’re on till 2AM!

We operate a strict NO DRESS CODE policy – wear whatever the fuck makes you feel majestic.


Hosted by Spanish hunk Prinx Silver

Starring 4 very special guests! To be announced soon!


After-show party starts at 11pm until 2am with DJs.


As a trans person it feels like coming home when I come to a space like this, a rare opportunity to feel truly comfortable in London, I’m still buzzing the day after!”

It felt safe and revolutionary all at the same time.”



Friday 24th March 2023

  • Doors 8pm
  • Show 9pm to 11pm
  • Dancing till 2am!

Bethnal Green Working Mens’ Club 

44-46 Pollard Row, London, E2 6NB 

(Closest stations: Shoreditch High Street overground & Bethnal Green tube)



Advance: £12 standard / £15 solidarity + booking fee (via Outsavvy)

On the door tickets: £15

After-party only tickets: £8 (£10 on-the-door)

**If you are low in funds, please email us at: and we will add you to the guest list **


***We have increased our standard ticket prices to £12. We received grant funding in early 2022 which enabled us to provide paid-for access services, such as hiring BSL interpreters and live-captioners (see ACCESSIBILITY below). Now that this funding has expired, we have increased the ticket prices so that Lèse Majesté events are financially sustainable. Solidarity tickets really help us continue to increase the accessibility of our shows, so please consider this option if you are able! ***

This is a not-for-profit party, run by Friends of the Joiners Arms volunteers, and any profits after paying performers, DJs, tech staff, paid-for access services, etc. will be reinvested in future events! 


Cloakroom – Any items over A4-size are required to be checked in (at a cost of £2)

Food – You can order pizza from Yard Sale Pizza to be delivered to the venue!



 ** This event will have a BSL interpreter, and live captions projected onto a screen **

** Info on accessibility is available to view/download here and in larger print here

** If you have access needs, please complete this form by Friday 24th March at 4pm

The form will enable us to accommodate you with seating and access to the live-captions and BSL interpreter.

** If you have difficulty using public transport, we can cover the cost of a taxi for you to attend – please email us before the event at :**


We would like to make the event as accessible as possible, so if you have any other access needs not covered by this form, or you have any questions, please email us at:



Angels help to maintain the safer space policy (see below), they are party-goers who act as big siblings to other guests making sure you feel safe and comfortable. Joiners Angels will be wearing halos, so they’ll be easily recognisable if you need a helping hand, a hug, a chat or have an incident that needs to be dealt with.

A qualified mental health first aider from the campaign will be in attendance. If you have any mental health concerns please speak to an Angel to be directed towards them. 


*** Read and respect the SAFER SPACE policy before attending:

The safer space policy is about creating an open and welcoming environment so that everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community and allies feel able and comfortable to participate in FOTJA activities. In order to help us do this, we have some guidelines:

  • Zero tolerance to racism, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, ageism, fatphobia, body shaming or slut shaming.
  • Zero tolerance to prejudice based on class, faith/religion, language ability, gender presentation, physical ability, learning difficulty or mental health.
  • Zero tolerance to harassment of any kind, including and not limited to; non-consensual touching, following, leering/ogling, and persisting in a conversation or making non-verbal gestures when the other person has expressed that they don’t want to speak to you.
  • Respect other people’s personal space, do not touch anyone unless you have express consent to do so.
  • Do not assume anyone’s gender, if in doubt ask or use gender-neutral pronouns until specified otherwise.

Friends of the Joiners Arms understand that this policy is and should be dynamic and change as we learn and grow together.

Friends of the Joiners Arms also understand that we all make mistakes. If your behaviour is addressed by another guest or member of staff, please do not become defensive, instead, take the opportunity to reflect and learn***

Ticket link


March 24
8:00 pm - 2:00 am GMT