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Lashes @ The Comeback

The longest-running drag show in Washington state 👠

The cast of Lashes: Luchi, Miss Texas 1988, Ladie Chablis, Kung Pow Meow, and Cookie Couture
Every Friday

Every Friday • 9:30 pm

Who doesn’t love a comeback story? (I hear Britney Spears is currently recording her comeback with Elton John. And I’m not mad. Especially since the latest Beyonce album lacked the pizazz of Lemonade. Which still has me calling out SLAY TRICK, or you get ELIMINATED.)

Well, I have the hottest comeback story in Seattle for you: Lashes Drag Show @ The Comeback. The longest-running drag show in Washington State history, Lashes, formerly held at Capitol Hill icon R Place, has a new home in SoDo. It still features longtime host Ladie Chablis and a cast of local drag favorites like Cookie Couture, Lucci, Miss Texas 1988, and Kung Pow Meow. Sometimes RuPaul’s Drag Race queens join the line-up, especially during holidays, Pride months, or around when Drag Race is on air.

The show runs every Friday night at 9:30 pm. If you’re looking for a chill night, show up from 4 pm-9 pm for the 70s Disco Happy Hour. OR if you’re looking to GET WILD, stay after the show to dance til 2 am. They’ve got lots of go-go boys.

📸: The Comeback

Patheresa Wells is a Black/Persian, Pansexual, Polyamorous Poet and Writer (so many Ps) living in Seatac. An aspiring comic, you can catch her cracking jokes at open mics around the area. In her free time, she likes to imagine what she'd do with free time and feed her backyard crows cuz they're silly. Follow her on Twitter @PatheresaWells.

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