The stars of Drag Race UK season two are headlining a huge UK tour in 2022: tickets, dates and more

The new cast of Drag Race UK with RuPaul in the werk room

The queens of Drag Race UK are heading out on a UK tour in 2022 and it’s going to be incredible.

Presented by World of Wonder, the official tour will feature season two winner Lawrence Chaney alongside fellow finalists Bimini Bon Boulash, Tayce and Ellie Diamond.

At the moment it looks like only the finalists are confirmed for the tour rather than the entire cast, which includes fan favourites Joe Black, Tia Kofi, A’Whora and Ginny Lemon, but watch this space for the full line-up.

Fans can expect to see sickening stunts, stand-up routines, lip sync assassins and possibly a few “Bing Bang Bongs” as the tour could reunite the United Kingdolls.

Despite starting after the US edition’s seemingly never-ending season 13, the UK wrapped up its second season last week with Scottish queen Lawrence Chaney taking home the crown.

After her win Lawrence told PinkNews: “I cannot believe that I won, it blows my mind. For Scotland, for me personally, it’s just life-changing.

“Winning Drag Race can seem like a vanity project, and it was, and I’m very proud of myself. But I’m very proud of my country and I want to share the rewards.”

The upcoming tour will visit 19 venues across the UK in February 2022, including a date in winner Lawrence’s hometown Glasgow before finishing up at the London Palladium.

Tickets for the tour go on sale at 10am on Friday, 26 March via Ticketmaster here.

RuPaul’s Drag Race UK: The Official Tour 2022 dates

1 February – Ipswich, Regent Theatre

4 February – Oxford, New Theatre

5 February – Edinburgh, Usher Hall

6 February – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo

7 February – Newcastle, O2 City Hall

8 February – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall

10 February – Bournemouth, Pavilion Theatre

11 February – Westcliff-on-Sea, Southend Cliffs Pavilion

12 February – Manchester, Opera House

14 February – Sheffield, City Hall

15 February – Blackpool, Opera House

16 February – Llandudno, Venue Cymru

18 February – Birmingham, Symphony Hall

19 February – Cardiff, St Davids Hall

20 February – Liverpool, Empire Theatre

23 February – Basingstoke, Anvil

24 February – Portsmouth, Guildhall

26 February – Plymouth, Pavilions

27 February – London, Palladium

28 February – London, Palladium

1 March – London, Palladium

This announcement follows up a number of Drag Race tour news including a Drive-In Drag show which will feature Divina de Campo, Baga Chipz and Cheryl Hole as well as The Main Event Tour which reunites Bianca Del Rio, Adore Delano and Courtney Act.

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