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RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 8 winner to tour in B.C.  

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Touted as the “The Weirdest Show on Earth,” Jimbo’s Drag Circus is coming to B.C.

The first non-American to win RuPaul’s Drag Race Stars (season 8 in 2023) Jimbo kicks off her cross-Canada tour in Toronto on May 16 before landing in B.C. with shows on June 9 in Kelowna, Vancouver June 11 and then winding up in Victoria, where she has spent most of her adult life, for shows on June 12 and 13.

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Jimbo is a multi-hyphenate performance artist, musician, designer, and internationally revered drag clown. A fan favourite from season one of Canada’s Drag Race (2020) Jimbo’s live show is packed with her hit characters, like Casper the Baloney Ghost, Shirley Temple and Joan Rivers. Most known by her drag persona, Jimbo, who grew up in London, Ont., also designed the show’s look and composed original music with Andrew Taylor for the production.

If that’s not enough, Jimbo is also a standup comedian and musician with several singles and plans to release a debut album soon.

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RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars season 8 winner Jimbo will be bringing her live show Jimbo’s Drag Circus to B.C. in June. Photo by Mike Kim /sun

“Hey Canada! I’m coming home and I want you to join me for a wild ride of fun, laughs, looks and kooky Drag fun! It’s been my longtime dream to create my own ‘One Queen’ show and I can’t wait to bring it back to where it all started, doing what I love to do most … making people laugh! Bring your friends and save room for baloney!” said Jimbo in a statement.

Get tickets and more information at: dragfans.com/tour/jimbo-2024/ 

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