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Event InformationBrazil's newest pop sensation and most famous drag queen Pabllo Vittar comes to London and the UK for the very first time bringing her NPN tour to Heaven on Tuesday 30th April.
Tickets go on sale Wednesday 13 February at 10am.
Always fascinated by the feminine universe, it was when Pabllo realised that a drag queen could also act and sing that she decided she would do just that.
First appearing as Pabllo Vittar on TV in 2014, it was 2015 that she started to get attention on social media, after releasing 'Open Bar' a Brazilian version of Major Lazer’s 'Lean On'. In less than a month the video had amassed over a million views on YouTube.
Already a superstar within the LGBTQ community, Pabllo began gaining mainstream attention in early 2017, when she released her first album 'Vai Passar Mal' which included Brazilian hits 'K.O.' and 'Corpo Sensual'. The success continued, she sang with Fergie at Rock in Rio and released 'Sua Cara', another track with Major Lazer, and Anitta.
She broke records and became the first Brazilian artist to have three songs in Spotify's Top 5 and in 2018, her second album 'Não Para Não' was the most streamed album in the first 24 hours, with more than 3 million plays.
In the past two years she was nominated for 27 awards, including a Latin Grammy (becoming the first drag queen nominated) and EMA (Europe Music Awards) in 2018.
Venue Information:London clubland in the 1970s was a fairly dismal place. It compared very unfavourably with New York and many european cities and the concept of ‘clubbing’ as we understand the term today simply did not exist.
To that end a group of innovative characters got together and took over the site that was a run down old roller disco called Global Village and in December 1979 Heaven opened its doors for the first time. It was timed perfectly. Six months earlier Mrs Thatcher had been elected and an era began that saw unemployment rise to levels last seen in the 1930s. The sense of decay and gloom was palpable. The ‘Swinging London’ of the 1960s a distant memory. London needed a splash of colour & flamboyance to counter balance the otherwise grey monochrome that was the reality of the british capital.
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