This Mardi Gras festival, Priscillas restaurant at The Imperial proudly presents 6 nights of iconic drag queens who’ve pioneered the way for the Sydney drag scene and wider queer community. All legendary in their own right, we recognise their contribution to the art of drag in a night of fabulous performances and a tumble down memory lane!

Paired with a junior drag queen of their own Haus or chosen family, the Drag N’ Dine LEGACY program features: Cindy Pastel, MISS 3D, Nana Miss Koori, Polly Petrie, Farren Heit & Dorreen Manganini.

Performances from 7.30pm Priscillas | Bookings essential!

Mon 25th Feb: Drag N’ Dine Legacy with MISS 3D

 

With a career that launched in the late 70s, the dynamic and superbly wonderful MISS 3D has been wowing audiences at Priscillas since our re-opening, ringing in the New Year with her epic “Lick It” spot number that includes 150 balloons and Mrs Pots slippers…

 

Catch this queen at an exclusive night of Drag N’ Dine with support from the one and only Marilyn Mootrub!

 

First performance 7.30pm >> BOOK A TABLE

Black and white photo of a drag queen wearing glasses that have ABBA written on the lenses

Tues 26th Feb: Drag N’ Dine Legacy with Cindy Pastel

 

It goes without saying that this beloved queen has shaped the way for our community in ways some will never know. But Nan (as some affectionately call her) is more than drag royalty and truly is the peoples queen…

 

We invite you a lesson in drag #herstory with Cindy Pastel the teacher you wish you had at the school of Weird is Wonderful – join us for a fabulous night of thrills and unforgettable drag with her special guest Sarah Topaz!

 

First performance 7.30pm >> BOOK A TABLE

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27th Feb: Drag N’ Dine Legacy with Nana Miss Koori

 

The fab-original Nana Miss Koori of the Gadigal community is a proud public figure of our growing aboriginal and indigenous rainbow community.

 

Performing regularly at Priscillas this iconic queen is all kinds of delicious razzle dazzle, leaving a trail of smiles wherever she goes!

 

Guest performer TBC

 

First Performance 7.30pm >> BOOK NOW

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28th Feb: Drag N’ Dine Legacy with Polly Petrie

 

Ahoya! Safe to say that Polly Petrie will outlive us all. Starting her career at Capriccio’s as a bartender in the 1970s, Polly has become a beloved matriarch and icon of the Sydney drag and LGBT scene of Oxford Street.

 

Her Sunday night show Pollies Follies at the legendary Stonewall Hotel, has been the beginning of many local drag queens careers, with Polly never too far from the scene and supporting her enormous rainbow family!

 

Join Polly and her special guest Fifi Glamcox for a night of sequins, big hair and lots of laughs!

 

First Performance 7.30pm >> BOOK NOW

Drag queen wearing a rainbow wig and dress

4th March: Drag N’ DIne Legacy with Dorreen Manganini

 

Those legs, that voice… If Liza Minnelli was an aboriginal man in a dress, her name would be Dorreen!

 

Aunty Dorreen is an Imperail fixture, she loves a lager with a shot of tequila and notoriously runs 10mins late. We are so excited to have her host a night of Drag N’ Dine with special guest Felicia Foxx!

 

First Performance 7.30pm >> BOOK A TABLE

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5th March: Drag N’ Dine Legacy with Farren Heit

 

She’s the mother of The Imperial family, having performed in this venue for over 14 years having been on the scene for 25+ years (but you didn’t hear it from us)…

 

Part of the award winning original trio (ft. Mitzi & Wyness) that brought you some of the best production shows in the 90s-00s, we are so honoured to dedicate a night of celebration with this fabulous speci-woman.

 

Joined by her drag daughter Ruby Slippers.

 

First Performance 7.30pm >> BOOK NOW

Photo of a drag queen with a auburn wig and cream sequinned dress performing