Posted by on April 18, 2024 2:59 pm
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Jonny Woo (Image: Rebecca Zephyr Thomas; Design: Attitude)

As co-owner of east London’s latest queer hotspot The Divine (which recently opened after the closure of The Glory in Haggerston), Jonny Woo has seen and done it all.

Since his formative years in early-2000s New York where he was inspired to try his luck as a performer, he’s become a pinnacle of the capital’s LGBTQ+ scene, hosting the wildly popular annual LIPSYNC1000 competition and becoming a mentor to new talent, including Drag Race UK stars Crystal and Jonbers Blonde.

He’s now also returning to London’s queer restaurant/performance space Bistrotheque for its landmark 20th anniversary programme, appearing in six limited dates from 19 April at the place where he made his name.


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