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Calling all queers & allies! Munich drag pioneers Janisha Jones & Pasta Parisa regularly host the WIGZ party series at the Milla Club. Garry Klein – the queer edition of Harry Klein – brings an excerpt of their show to the Gasteig HP8, supported by sets from DJ Sonnenblumenöl – aka MRTI – and Louis EMP, with visuals by VJ Proximal.

Calling all queers & allies! Munich drag pioneers Janisha Jones & Pasta Parisa regularly host the WIGZ party series at the Milla Club. Garry Klein – the queer edition of Harry Klein – brings an excerpt of their show to the Gasteig HP8, supported by sets from DJ Sonnenblumenöl – aka MRTI – and Louis EMP, with visuals by VJ Proximal.

A queer-friendly party in a safe space and a breathtaking show all in one! There’s no dress code, but feel free to come as extravagantly attired as you like.

Garry Klein x WIGZ

Janisha Jones (she/her) brings the Spanish bull to the stage. Born in Catalonia, she has rhythm in her blood and never fails to infect her audience with it. Part of “Meatgirls the Podcast”, she also co-organises the WiGZ party series. Janisha’s trademark is extraordinary make-up paired with crazy, almost demonic dance moves. Her Instagram followers love her for it.

 

Pasta Parisa (she/her/he/him) is undoubtedly Munich’s most rocking, feminist, hairiest drag queen. From her own small-venue shows to international stages, she enchants her audiences with everything from pop culture hits to modern burlesque. Naturally, the event cannot take place without Munich’s first official Queen of the Night. Who runs the world? Bearded queens!

 

Earl van Grey (he/him/they/them): Trailing the scent of bergamot and melodrama, Earl van Grey takes to the stage. From romantic to abstract, from femme fatale to club kid, their art connects times, genres and people.

 

Mediocre Legend (she/her) is a little bit creepy, a little bit clown, a little bit sexy and, of course, very much mediocre. Medi Ocre is Munich’s Afab Drag legend. Whether you find her seductive or unsettling, one thing’s for sure: she will not leave you cold.

DJ Sonnenblumenöl

Aka MRTI, she is resident at the Munich Tatortkollektiv since 2022. Colourful and euphoric, their sound encompasses all genres: From ambient, house, juicy ghetto vibes and breaks to trancy techno and hard groove, MRTI celebrates above all the diversity of electronic music. The focus is on positivity and colour by way of contrast to gloomy current techno landscape. As co-founder and female force behind the queer party series Perras, she also organises events herself to promote (musical) diversity and queer visibility.

 

Louis EMP is also a co-founder of the Perras event series. As resident DJ of the Garry Klein queer club night, he regularly plays to the Munich community at the Rote Sonne. In his dynamic sets, he moves between different genres, moods and speeds in carefully selected sound collages of tech, progressive and tribal house, mixed with ambient, dub and acid elements.

VJ Proximal

Head-first through the movie screen. For the bubbly, off-the-wall Munich VJ, that’s not just a figure of speech, who likes to stir up the underground cultural scene alongside the Harry Klein visuals crew. Even institutions like the Haus der Kunst and the Ludwig Maximilian University draw on her artistic expertise.

 

Duration: until 2 AM

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