Sunday, 28th May 2017
TONIGHT ON STAGE: Miss Jason Myra Dubois Tanya Hyde

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Baga Chipz

Baga ChipzBAGA CHIPZ was born on the 24/11/1989 in the spud room at 'Fatty's' chip shop in Slough. Daughter to gypsy traveller's Kaz and Dave, the family travelled the country - until one day they opened their first ever chip shop 'A FISH CALLED RHONDA'. Baga served chip shop grub behind the counter from the age of seven whilst also working on the waltzer's at Pat Collins fun fair. She carried on doing for years she felt drawn to the big lights and sounds of London - her ultimate aim to become 'Queen of the Battered Sausage' and cabaret starlet.

Baga started her drag career being one of the leading Amy Winehouse tribute acts in the UK and has subsequently blossomed into the saveloy guzzling trollop you have today. Baga Chipz has become an award-winning international cabaret act/drag queen. She is a vocalist, celebrity impersonator, model and gay scene socialite. Winner of 'Drag Idol 2010' and also Gold Medal winner of the BOYZ magazines 'Scene Award for Best Cabaret Newcomer 2011'.

BAGA CHIPZ has performed with the likes of Ke$ha, Jamelia, Patrick Wolfe and also the UK's best drag queens and vocalists - including being one half of saucy duo POPTARTS with drag sis' Tanya Hyde. She is a regular performer at 'The Palladium Of Drag' The Black Cap in Camden, N.London. In addition to this, Baga performs her 'Chip-Shop Show' every Sunday in London's West-End at Halfway To Heaven - and is also a TrannyShack girl at Soho's legendary venue, 'Madame JoJo's'. Baga has performed at Glastonbury, the 'London Apollo', the 'Shepherd's Bush Empire' and many gay and straight venues across the UK.

Baga is a regular face on the pages of QX and BOYZ gay magazines (being on the cover no less than 3 times!!) She has also appeared in other papers/magazines - GAY TIMES, PINK PAPER, MIDLAND ZONE and OUT. Performances on terrestrial and satellite TV programmes such as 'THIS MORNING', 'LOUIS SPENCE'S SHOWBIZ', 'INSIDE OUT' and 'BALLET HOO' have indeed changed her life too.