God is a Scottish Drag Queen is back with a Christmas Special!

By Contributor
November 10th, 2021

Trail and District Arts Council is thrilled to bring back this epic performer to the Kootenays! As The Bailey Theatre continues renovations, Rossland Miners’ Hall welcomes critically acclaimed and award-winning Canadian comedian Mike Delamont to the stage. He brings you God, dressed in an all-new holiday power suit, come down from heaven to set the record straight and expound on everything from the beginnings of Christmas with Yule, Saturnalia and Winter Solstice, to holiday foods, Christmas carols, Star Wars, the true story of the Nativity, and even Tiny Tim!!

This show blends together the nostalgia of holidays gone by, a hilarious and laugh-out-loud look at the holidays of today, and a heartwarming and perfectly sweet peek at holidays yet to come! The Christmas Special has become the most popular show of the entire series and is an absolute must see! You will never look at EggNog the same way again!

God Is a Scottish Drag Queen” has become the most popular show on the Canadian Fringe circuit, winning more than 18 ‘Best of the Fest’ awards, and this Christmas spin on the much-admired series, described as “A cross between Dame Edna & Billy Connolly with a dollop of Eddie Izzard!”, is an instant holiday classic for the adults in the family. 

5 STARS “God Is Great! What did you expect me to say?” London Free Press 

5 STARS “A hilarious and heavenly way to spend an evening!” CBC

5 STARS “This show is an absolute must see!” VUE Weekly

Shows take place Wednesday, December 14 & 15, 2021 at 7:30 PM at The Rossland Miners’ Hall. Come dressed in your weird and wacky Christmas sweaters!

$25 per person. All tickets are general admission. 

Tickets available by calling 250-368-9669 or online at thebailey.ca

For a little added fun, come visit the Radical Wreaths exhibit upstairs in the Lily May Room from 1-9pm on December 14th and 15th:  An exhibit of weird and wonderful wreaths made by local artists! Commissioned by Trail and District Arts Council, the wreaths were created specifically for this exhibit by local artists.  The public will get the chance to buy raffle tickets to enter in a draw for the wreaths of their choice. Raffle tickets are $1 each and can be put in the raffle box of your choice. ALL proceeds will go to the Rossland and Trail Food Banks. Presented by Trail & District Arts Council and VISAC Gallery.


Our programs are made possible by funding support from the BC Arts Council, the Government of British Columbia, and the BC Touring Council. This project is funded [in part] by the Government of Canada. / Ce projet est financé [en partie] par le gouvernement du Canada.

As per current Covid-19 guidelines please note that all attendees will need to show their vaccine passport along with ID before entering the theatre.  Masks are also required when not seated.

This post was syndicated from https://rosslandtelegraph.com
Categories: Arts and Culture


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