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Ladies of the 80s
Friday, April 29
9:30pm - 3am.
$15 advance;
$20 door.
Featuring performances by:

Rusty Hips
Syphillis Diller
Holy McGrail
Raya Light
Coco Canal
Rotissary Ethnicity Jackson Houston-Ross
The House of Glitter

With very special guest:

Stacey Q

Plus DJ:

Omar (Popscene / Sixxteen)

Visuals by:

Show starts at 11pm!

Trannyshack goes back to the decade when MTV played music videos, Lady Gaga was (literally) born, and Michael Jackson was black. It's a Trannyshack Ladies Of The 80s Night!

The ultimate triple threat... actress, singer & dancer Stacey Q, born Stacey Lynn Swain, is best known for her worldwide smash "Two of Hearts". Her first 3 singles soared to the #1 spot on Billboard's Dance Chart ("Two of Hearts", "We Connect" and "Insecurity") in 1986-1987. She released 3 albums ("Better Than Heaven", "Hard Machine" and "Nights Like This") and before that in 1983 as part of SSQ released the cult classic "Playback". As an actress, Stacey Swain was featured on the TV series "The Facts of Life" (1987), in which she had a recurring role as "Cinnamon" (opposite the one and only George Clooney). Later she would go on to appear in the sitcoms "Full House" and "Mama's Family", as well as star in the feature films "Cave Girl" & "One Man Force".

Trannyshack, San Francisco's infamous drag performance night club, incorporates everything from low brow trash to high brow performance art, and has become famous (or infamous) worldwide as the quintessential San Francisco experience. No visit to the City is complete without a stop at Trannyshack. The club has been featured in Out (which named it one of the top 10 reasons to move to San Francisco), Genre, Instinct, and Paper magazines, has won numerous Best of the Bay awards, and was filmed for an independent feature length documentary entitled "Filthy Gorgeous: The Trannyshack Story".