Qx Awards, all the winners

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Listen to our Special Show from the Hungerford House here!

London has now a proper recognition for the best LGBTQ+ Cabatet Acts. The Hungerford House was packed for the first “Qx Cabaret Awards”: a night of glamour, music, fun and inclusivity.

The excitement for such a show was visible in every corner. Nominees, fans and supporters gathered together to cheer the very best of the cabaret performances around. Here’s the list of the winners!


Best Variety Act – Rhys’s Pieces

Best Promoter/Producer – Johnny Woo

Event of the Year – Manup Final

Trailblazer Award – The Cocoa Butter Club

Best Musical/Vocal – Le Gateau Chocolat

Best Comedy Act – Myra Dubois

Best Collective – Drag Syndrome

Show of the Year – An evening with Kate Bush

Best Venue – RVT

Best Host – Son of a Tutu

Best Ongoing Cabaret – Bar Whatever

Originality Award– David Hoyle

Best Newcomer – Chanel No 5

Best Drag Queen – Mary Mac

Best Drag King – Adam All

Icon Award – David Hoyle

We want to thank you QX Magazine and Jason Reid for organising this fantastic evening and let us be part of it!

Written by: GlitterBeam

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