Drag Race legend Bianca Del Rio adds extra London date on her 2022 UK tour due to huge ticket demand

Bianca Del Rio has announced the UK leg of her Unsanitized Tour.

Bianca Del Rio has announced an extra London show on her 2022 UK tour – and tickets go on sale soon.

The iconic RuPaul’s Drag Race winner is going to read everyone for filth on her Unsanitized Tour when she brings it to 14 venues this year.

Following huge demand for tickets the star will now headline a second night at London’s Eventim Apollo.

Fans can get their hands on tickets for the newly added date on 28 January from Ticketmaster.

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Talking about the tour, she says: “It is unbelievable just how many people in Britain have a sick sense of humour, just like me. If you all want to be treated badly and be mocked, I’m here to do it.”

The tour kicks off on 6 May in Brighton and is visiting the likes of Cardiff, Manchester, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Belfast throughout the month.

Fans can expect “sharp wit, dismembering humor, and perceptive commentary in a brash, metro kick to the ego – everything and everyone is her target”.

Since being crowned the winner of season six of Drag Race, Bianca has toured the globe with her one-woman show, performing in sold-out venues and starred in Hurricane Bianca and its sequel.

She made history as the first drag queen to headline and sell out Wembley Arena on her previous world tour and made her West End debut in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie in the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle.

To find out Bianca Del Rio’s full UK tour schedule and ticket info, read below.

When do tickets go on sale?

Tickets for the newly announced London show go on sale at 10am on 28 January via Ticketmaster here.

They’re priced from £36, plus booking fees.

If you’re after tickets for the previously announced tour dates, they’re now available from Ticketmaster.

Bianca Del Rio 2022 UK tour dates

  • 6 May – Brighton Centre
  • 8 May – Cambridge Corn Exchange
  • 9 May – Cardiff St David’s Hall
  • 11 May – Manchester O2 Apollo
  • 13 May – London Eventim Apollo
  • 14 May – London Eventim Apollo
  • 16 May – Sheffield City Hall
  • 17 May – Edinburgh Usher Hall
  • 18 May – Glasgow SEC Armadillo
  • 21 May – Stockton Globe
  • 22 May – Liverpool Empire Theatre
  • 26 May – Belfast Ulster Hall
  • 28 May – Birmingham Symphony Hall
  • 29 May – Bristol Hippodrome
  • 30 May – Nottingham Royal Concert Hall

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