A motorhome that’s described as a ‘fabulously flamboyant kitsch motorhome’ is one we had to see – and we can safely say the motorhome in question – that is being used on the live road tour of the hit Netflix show I Like To Watch – lives up to its billing.
The tour began last night as the cast made their first stop at Margate, where Ru Paul’s Drag Race UK winner The Vivienne and Cheryl Hole were joined by local Queens Delilah Tickles and Amy Redmond.
The motorhome will now be returning to the road, with visits to Bournemouth, Nottingham, Glasgow and Swansea planned, prior to the final show in Hull on October 20th.
The tour will have a rotating cast of fan favourites hosting, who will include The Vivienne, Tia Kofi, Cheryl Hole and Tayce, along with local up-and-coming Queens.
“I’m so excited to be taking I Like To Watch on the road” says The Vivienne.
“We’ve all had a shocker over the last year or so, and queens and LGBTQ+ venues have really struggled. I’ve made a career working in bars all over the UK, so I know how vital they are to our community. We want to give everybody a camp time, but fingers crossed our tour can help local scenes as they start to find their feet again.”
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I'm so excited to be taking I Like To Watch on the road