Mad, eccentric and spontaneous – three words I would use to describe ‘The Big Bingo Show’ at London’s Royal Vauxhall Tavern.
When I uttered the words “bingo” to my flatmates, their initial response to me was that of confusion – why would someone aged 20 willingly go to bingo? Little did they know that this wasn’t your average game nor did it have your average host. Timberlina is the heart of the game – with quick whit and sudden musical break-out moments, this drag-lady provides the audience with no opportunity to fall asleep during number-calling.
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Freshers week is one of the few things you are warned about prior to starting university – the inevitable drinking, socialising, hangovers and freshers flu that follows.
The problem for some is that this key first moment in university is suited for those that fit in a certain box and those that do not tend to miss out on these moments because of their difference to the majority. One group that often feels secluded and isolated from freshers events is the LGBT community.
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