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Join local legend and self proclaimed Queen of the People Henrietta Dubét and her children in a Pride Week drag show hosted by Emily Woods.

Welcome to The House of Dubét! Join local legend and self proclaimed Queen of the People Henrietta Dubét with her giant and ever-growing drag family in a drag show hosted by the hilarious Ross Matthe- I mean Emily Woods!

Thursday, June 30th | Doors 7PM | Show 8PM

$17 Limited Advance Tickets! $20 tickets at the door

We encourage patrons to bring cash for tipping performers!


Hosted by Emily Woods
Featuring performances by:
Bromley with a B
Ivory Charming
Kinky Binky
& Henrietta Dubét!
an all ages space, there may be some mature themes in some of the acts.


Provincial regulations and protocols around COVID-19 will be followed. As per provincial mandates, immunization records will be required in the form of the scan-able QR code with accompanying photo ID.



The Mint’s front entrance is accessed via descending staircase, but is also accessible via the back entrance, which has a detachable ramp that goes over the three steps (which is attached upon request with prior notice). There is only one level once inside, and there will be enough seating for all ticket purchases. If you have further questions or would like to arrange entry via the back entrance, please send us a direct message.

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We humbly acknowledge that this event is taking place on the traditional unceded (stolen) territory of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples.
There are several local, indigenous lead organizations where you can give support:
– Victoria Native Friendship Centre provides services to an estimated 20,000 Indigenous people living off reserve in the greater Victoria area, the 5,000 residents from the First Nations communities in the southern Vancouver Island region, and a sizeable Indigenous population from across Canada. They’re an incredible community hub with an entire library full of only indigenous authors.
– Indigenous Perspectives Society is a charitable and not-for-profit social enterprise that offers specialized training and consulting services to help foster a deeper understanding of Indigenous perspectives, cultural differences, and the need for self-determination. Supporting Indigenous children, families, and communities is at the heart of IPS.
We do not condone racism or bigotry in this space or any other. Don’t be racist or a bigot.

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