Drag Race legends are headlining the first ever Haters Roast UK tour – and it’s going to be shady

Drag Race legends are headlining the UK debut of the Haters Roast Tour. (BBC)

Drag Race stars are headlining the UK’s first ever Haters Roast tour next year – and tickets go on sale soon.

The iconic show will make its debut as it heads to venues across the UK in March and April 2023.

It’ll see legendary queens from the franchise deliver shady reads to each other in front of a live audience each night.

Fans can get their hands on tickets from 10am on 28 October via Ticketmaster.

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The North American edition of the tour has proved to be popular, with Drag Race stars headlining venues across the country.

Previous guests have included Jinkx Monsoon, BenDeLaCreme, Alaska, Shea Coulee and drag icon Lady Bunny.

It’s now making its way to the UK for the first time ever, kicking off in Newcastle on 28 March.


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The Shady Tour will then head to Glasgow, Manchester, Sheffield, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Brighton, Oxford, Nottingham, London, Cardiff and finish up in Birmingham.

The tour will be hosted by Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne, with fellow winner Lawrence Chaney and season one sister Baga Chipz also on the lineup.

It will also feature a number of stars from the American edition of the franchise, with Willam, Trinity the Tuck, Miz Cracker, Heidi ‘N’ Closet and Kandy Muse on the bill.

While fan-favourite and Canada’s Drag Race and Drag Race UK Vs The World alumni Jimbo will also appear on the tour, who will likely deliver more chaos.

The official events page tells fans: “Don’t buy a ticket if you can’t take a joke”.

You can find out the full tour schedule and ticket info below.

How to get Haters Roast tickets

They go on general sale at 10am on 28 October via Ticketmaster.

A presale is currently taking place for O2 mobile customers. This can be accessed at priority.o2.co.uk/tickets and you’ll need your O2 number to register or sign in to get presale tickets.

What are the tour dates?

  • 28 March – Newcastle, City Hall
  • 29 March – Glasgow, SEC Armadillo
  • 30 March – Manchester, O2 Apollo
  • 31 March – Sheffield, City Hall
  • 1 April – Edinburgh, Usher Hall
  • 2 April – Liverpool, Royal Philharmonic
  • 4 April – Brighton, The Dome
  • 5 April – Oxford, New Theatre
  • 6 April – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall
  • 7 April – London, Eventim Apollo
  • 8 April – Cardiff, St David’s Hall
  • 9 April – Birmingham, Symphony Hall