Artists and musicians filled the Clarice with sculpture and song representing a world built for queer people.
The performances expressed personal topics such as loneliness, anxiety and depression.
The event celebrated Japanese culture with performances and activities.
The comedy show played to a full house in Stamp on Saturday.
“It’s nice to have a going back to the roots sort of event,” said one event attendee.
A story fit for kings, queens and common folk.
One show drew inspiration from a time traveler party Stephen Hawking held.
More heat and hype was added to an already steamy room.
The group celebrated their 30-year anniversary this month in a performance with current students and alumni from decades past.
The UK has different slang and styles of drag, but the glorious RuPaul will always be the same.