Julia's On Broadway


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To be clear, you’re absolutely not going to Julia’s for the food—it is not good. You’re going because this is the oldest drag cabaret in Seattle. That means intense production value, intricate headpieces worn by host Shay Fox, backup dancers, and group numbers, not to mention fun drinks like the “Electric Vibrator” and “Cheating B*tch.” (Those are the tamer names.) There’s a throwback-themed brunch show on Sunday afternoons, night shows on Fridays and Saturdays, and guest productions in between. And if you don’t want to part with over $40 for a ticket, Sunday night drag karaoke is free.

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