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Everyone’s a Whittle Bit Gay
July 14 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm$15
We are beyond thrilled to present Everyone is a Whittle Bit Gay, a variety show filled with queer music, comedy, drag, and burlesque.
Join Your local Drag Queer, Queera Bang, as they host a night to remember.
Everyone’s a Whittle Bit Gay will feature a variety of queer artists including Kayleigh Bayne, Freya Milliken, The Wolfville Queer Chorus, Mirage-et-Trois, BILF, Tom Foolery, Crypt, Trina James, Julien Platz, ADHDick, Jake Jockerson, and Miss Elaine Sparks.
18+. $15 advance Tickets. $20 at the door if avaialble. Ticket sales go directly to the performers and Valley Pride.
ADHDick (He/They) is a Halifax based Neurodivergent drag king. He likes tequila shots, Carrie Underwood, bedazzled jeans, doing duets with his cousin sandee bottoms and shaking his booty.
Hi I’m Bilf, a drag performer from PEI now living in Halifax to finish my degree. My drag is stupidity and stunts, I just try to have the most fun I possibly can in my performances and pride myself on constantly improving my skills and trying to create fun environments for performers to try new things in my productions.
Cryptid Xenogenesis (Crypt Xeno), better known as Atticus “Mallow” Spencer, is a creative and new-to-the-scene drag performer based in the beautiful Annapolis Valley, NS. They’re known for it’s and their mother’s business, Willow Brook Treasures, and it’s work in 2SLGBTQIA+ & Mental Health Advocacy through their bold paintings and other works, and it hopes to bring more light and fun to their small corner through it’s new, experimental efforts in the performer scene.
Atticus respectfully acknowledges that they originate from and live in Kaqakwek, within the traditional, unceded homelands of the Mi’kmaq people.
Freya Milliken is a multitalented Canadian singer-songwriter and a recent graduate of the School of Music at Acadia University. Her soulful vocals paired with her perceptive lyrics and talents on the guitar evoke engaging, heartfelt songs which describe the human experience.
Did it get hot in here or is it Jake?! Jake Jockerson (he/him) is Atlantic Boylesque’s very own muscle boy.
A sweet, shy, regular guy by day. A hot, spicy, sexy gogo dancer by night.
With a background in fitness and group exercise classes, Jake can put on a show that will surely get you sweaty and wet. Buckle up and let this beefcake take you for a ride.
Julien Pletz (goth.clown.boy) is a comedian, wannabe clown, and probably a third thing too. He’s known for his lighthearted approach in tackling his experiences as a queer and trans deviant and laughing at how ridiculous it is to be anything at all.
Lychee! (he/they) Growing up loudly queer in the Wolfville theatre scene, it’s no surprise that drag is their trajectory. Campy, trans, retro extraterrestrial Lychee is quickly making themselves known in the drag scene! The biggest nerd you’ll ever meet with cosplay influencing every look and musical theatre dance moves >:)
Miss Elaine Sparks
Elaine Sparks (she/they) is a new drag and burlesque performer who grew up in the Annapolis Valley. They are no stranger to the stages of Wolfville and can’t wait to return again and grow from there!
Elaine’s style is eclectic, drawing inspiration from old Hollywood boudoir, and anything to do with the weird, witchy and macabre.
Queera Bang (they/them) is a non-binary performer/producer with the goal of creating more access to queer events, safe spaces, and visibility for youth in rural Nova Scotia. They strive to create shows and spaces that celebrate gender diversity and drag beyond the world of Rupaul. Queera is known for their roller skating antics and ridiculousness on the mic.
Originally from Dartmouth Nova Scotia, Ra1ne has been making music from a young age. Now having taken that passion from hobby to reality, Ra1ne is in their last year of a Bachelors of Music at Acadia. Being a Queer artist she could not be more excited to perform with Valley Pride!
Charlie Gould (they/them) is a performance artist from Berwick, Nova Scotia and is currently working out of Halifax. They can be found belting their favourite showtune of the week or planning their next campy show as Tomfoolery, the gender bending drag king. A pending Bachelor of Management graduate of Dalhousie University, Charlie directed and produced the Dalhousie Theatre Society’s production of Falsettos this Spring.
Trina is a part time comedian and a full time black person trying to but the L in life instead of always taking them.
If you want to make mention of my drag life, refer to my drag character as my evil twin
The Wolfville Queer Community Chorus
The Wolfville Queer Community Choir is a multi-generational group of singers from the 2SLGBTQ+ community that gather each week to make music and connect with one another. Led by Freya Milliken and Katie Hutten.
The Al Whittle is a welcoming historic Cooperative for the Queer Community. The entrance to the theatre through the Just Us! Cafe is accessible. The entrance to the theatre itself is accessible, and if more space to accommodate is needed, there are entry options. Volunteers at the entrance can support individuals who may require a slightly more spacious option to access the theatre.
This event is 18+ and does require ticket purchase. There will be low lighting and standard performance/show sound systems. If this is a sensitive for you, we encourage headphones or ear protection to help reduce the sound level.
If you want to watch the show but might appreciate something to do with your hands, Valley Pride will provide fidget items at the event.
If you require accessible seating, please contact email@example.com ahead of time.
We invite you to consider this and your own personal ability before attending.
Masks are highly suggested.
There will be ASL interpretation for this event.
Accessible Parking is located in font of Muddy’s Convenience store to the right-hand side of the entrance to Just Us!
Carri Blunden (She/Her) A Deaf parented (CODA) Interpreter born and raised here in the maritimes. Originally from Truro and moved to Halifax 9 years ago she has had various career and job experiences and ultimately pursued their passion for being an interpreter. Since graduating from NSCC’s ASL/English interpretation program in 2021 she has had experience in various settings such as Video Relay Service and Post-Secondary education but has always favored the theatre, music, and Pride events. In her spare time lives to watch The Office on repeat, and spend time with her partner and two cats.
Mae Striteman (they/them)