Expect drag kings & things tearing up the stage. Come for a night of soul-filling, mind-bending and body-shaking queer majesty…

Hosted by Drag King sensation Prinx Silver with a stellar line-up:

Doors open 7.30pm
Show starts 8.30pm
Tunes & mingling from 10.30pm to 12.30am!

Standard & Solidarity tickets grant you access to the after-party or, if you cannot make the cabaret section, you can book tickets just for the party (access from 10.30pm).

Solidarity tickets really help us continue to increase the accessibility of our shows, so please consider this option if you are able.

This is a not-for-profit party, run by Friends of the Joiners Arms volunteers, and any profits after paying performers, DJs, tech staff, paid-for access services and other running costs will be reinvested in future events.

This event is wheelchair accessible and will have a BSL interpreter and live captions projected onto a screen.
The event is a mix of seating/standing. Seats can be reserved for those with access needs.
If you have access needs and/or need access to BSL interpreter/captions please fill out this form so we can best accommodate.

For any questions please contact: access.lese.majeste@gmail.com

PA/Companions – If you require a PA/Companion please purchase one ticket and then fill out our Google form with your PA/Companion information.

Wheelchair users – We have a specific wheelchair user ticket, this enables us to know ahead of time how to allocate seating. Please purchase a ticket and then fill out the access Google form.

Low income bookers – If you are low on funds, please email lese.majeste.london@gmail.com and you will be added to the guest list.

For a more in-depth access guide to Lèse Majesté at Rich Mix please read our access document.

A qualified mental health first aider from the campaign will be in attendance. They’ll be wearing a yellow hi-vis vest. If you have any mental health concerns please speak to them, or to one of our volunteers (wearing orange bandanas) who will direct you to our welfare officer.

A quiet room will be available on the first floor – it can be accessed via a lift. Please ask our welfare officer (in yellow high vis) or one of our volunteers (orange bandanas) to take you to the space.

Please read and respect the SAFER SPACE policy before attending. This policy is about creating an open and welcoming environment so that everyone in the LGBTQIA+ community and allies feel able and comfortable to participate in FOTJA activities. In order to help us do this, we have some guidelines:

  • Zero tolerance to racism, islamophobia, sexism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia, ableism, ageism, fatphobia, body shaming or slut shaming.
  • Zero tolerance to prejudice based on class, faith/religion, language ability, gender presentation, physical ability, learning difficulty or mental health.
  • Zero tolerance to harassment of any kind, including and not limited to; non-consensual touching, following, leering/ogling, and persisting in a conversation or making non-verbal gestures when the other person has expressed that they don’t want to speak to you.
  • Respect other people’s personal space, do not touch anyone unless you have express consent to do so.
  • Do not assume anyone’s gender, if in doubt ask or use gender-neutral pronouns until specified otherwise.

Friends of the Joiners Arms understand that this policy is and should be dynamic and change as we learn and grow together.

Friends of the Joiners Arms also understand that we all make mistakes. If your behaviour is addressed by another guest or member of staff, please do not become defensive, instead, take the opportunity to reflect and learn.


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