Drag Queen Bingo to Benefit The Matthew Shepard Foundation – Hosted by Alexandra Winters and Harley Quinn
|August 31, 2011|
|July 12, 2012|
Come on down to Lannie’s for FUN, FRIENDS and BINGO for a great cause.
Okay, not just BINGO, but DRAG BINGO.
Drag Queen Bingo will be led by two of the loveliest leading “ladies,” yes, the bawdiest BINGO BABES in town, the flamboyant and fab, Ms, Alexandra Winters (best known around these parts for her great legs, razor sharp wit and her dead-on impersonation of Bette Midler) and the adorable and audacious Ms. Harley Quinn (a statuesque country diva that’s more Rodeo Drive than rodeo cowboy).
Both of these BINGO BABES are experienced number callers: they KNOW how to get the crowd going with their naughty sense of humor, uproarious stage shenanigans and yes, some outrageous audience participation (and they do it all while wearing high heels and dripping in sequins and rhinestones! LORDY! )
AND, you will really play BINGO for fabulous (and not so fabulous) PRIZES! How much fun is that?
So grab your friends and come on down!
You will never, EVER forget this night.
AND, along with your laughing, drinking cocktails and winning prizes, you’ll be doing something nice for the world.
Tickets to shows at Lannie’s, Henry’s Salon is proudly providing gift baskets filled with fantastic high-end beauty products such as Phytologie, Pureology, and Moroccan Oil, and many Henry’s stylists have donated gift certificates for complimentary services!
“Henry’s Salon, rated by clients as one of Denver’s top salons, features friendly, cutting-edge stylists extensively trained to provide only the best techniques and trends.”
Proceeds go to: The Matthew Shepard Foundation (www.matthewshepard.org) founded by Dennis and Judy Shepard in memory of their 21-year old son, Matthew, who was murdered in an anti-gay hate crime in Wyoming in 1998. The foundation was created to honor Matthew in a manner that was appropriate to his dreams, beliefs and aspirations, the Foundation seeks to “Replace Hate with Understanding, Compassion & Acceptance” through its varied educational, outreach and advocacy programs.
SHOWTIME AND TICKETS
Thursday, July 12th at 8pm
We do not issue physical tickets. Once purchased, your name will be added to our reservations list, check in at our box office when you arrive.
NOTE: “I want to sit with friends” If you are joining another party, please include a group name on your ticket order so we can be sure you are assigned seats together. Group seating is not guaranteed if requested within 3 hours of show-time. If a show is almost sold out, we cannot guarantee group seating. Purchase early if you can!
If you do not receive a confirmation email within 30 minutes of completing your purchase, call (303) 293-0075.
Most shows have assigned seating based on order of ticket purchase and party size, assigned front to back. The venue is intimate, no seats are far from the stage.
Once purchased, tickets are non-refundable/non-transferable to other shows/dates. (You can sell or give them to friends if you can’t make it.)
If you have special seating needs, (wheelchairs/elderly, etc) PLEASE let us know in advance.
We reserve the right to give up reserved seats after the show begins.
Doors typically open one hour prior to show-time (check website for info)
We serve appetizers, desserts, cocktails, wine, champagne and non-alcoholic beverages.
All tickets include sales tax.