Crimplene Queen Clitty RubQuick is hosting a Frolicking good evening.

Despite announcing her retirement and subsequent comebacks more times than Frank Sinatra, the self-proclaimed and mostly acrylic “Comedy Diva” is hosting a fundraising night for the European Queer Choir.

The “pop-up” chorus with members from Germany, Sweden and the UK have a strong Leeds contingent and are heading to Munich to perform at Various Voices international LGBT choirs’ festival in May.

Also supporting the evening ...

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Seven Arts Leeds
31A Harrogate Road