“The sheer talent of every single member of the trio is unreal, and in an era where we’re oversaturated with drag queens, these ladies are unlike any other queens you’ve ever heard.” Out Magazine
With their incredible singing ability, bubble gum hair, and adorably infectious sense of humour as sisters they have cultivated a worldwide fan base — and their journey together only began in August of 2017.
Comprised of NYC queer nightlife staples Jan Sport, Lagoona Bloo, and Rosé, this drag supergroup is best known for their surprise appearance on the Season 13 Finale of NBC’s The Voice, alongside contestant Chris Weaver (Nedra Belle) and pop star Jessie J. This performance and formal introduction to the world brought about a surge of invitations to sing across the USA and overseas at numerous Pride festivals and iconic venues, including The Lincoln Center in New York City.
Merging crossdressing femme ferocity with extensive vocal and musical training, Stephanie’s Child has tapped into a newfound and groundbreaking premise for the sensationally popular art of drag. Their skill sets, love of song, beauty, and laughter have the name “Stephanie” on everybody’s lips.
The girls return to London following a hugely successful stint last Summer, having performed on the main stage at Pride in London alongside Alyssa Edwards, supported Alaska at the Clapham Grand and performed a full show at The Two Brewers. This may be the only opportunity you have to catch the girls in the UK this year!
To name a few stellar highlights in their meteoric rise, they have featured on NBC’S The Voice with Jessie J, opened for Bianca Del Rio and Alaska Thunderfuck, have sold out residencies at the Green Room 42, New York and have won numerous awards including 2018 New York Nightlife award for Best Group, Best Cabaret amongst many.
These ladies can not only bring the house down — hitting notes only a few tucked queens can reach — they will also have you on the floor with their side-splitting improv.
14+ but must be accompanied by an adult of 18+ ID must be shown at the door.