Brunch at Drag-ula’s Den

Sunday, October 29, 2023 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

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A vampire dressed in a velvety red dress peeks through a red wooden box with her long, black nails. Partially obscured.

Photo: Andrey Kiselev

Event details

$36 per person.
Boreal Bistro, Level 1, Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Sink your fangs into our spooktacular Halloween‐themed brunch combined with spine‐tingling performances by local drag queens Bambi Rey, Esla Marquesa, Kymera, Lady Muse and Special K. Come in costume, if you wish. Tipping performers is welcome.

Brunch à la carte menu

Your ticket includes a non‐alcoholic beverage, taxes and service gratuity. Mimosas are available for purchase onsite.

Choose one of the following menu items:

  • Breakfast Bowl

    Sweet potato hashbrowns, two scrambled eggs, beef short rib, chimichurri, pico de gallo, charred cherry tomatoes and vegan cheese

  • Cinnamon and Icing Sugar‐dusted French Toast

    With orange supremes and sprinkles

  • Pumpkin Patch Pancakes

    Pumpkin buttermilk pancakes with spiced whipped cream and maple bacon (optional warm berry compote)

  • Single Eggs Benedict

    Poached medium with shaved Montreal smoked meat on a toasted English muffin topped with hollandaise sauce and fire‐roasted smoked paprika

  • Three‐Egg French Omelette

    With brie and smoked salmon served with a warm butter croissant


Bambi Rey

A drag queen wearing a yellow mask with sharp teeth, bright green mesh top and boots, and dark grey tights with large light grey circles.

An Indigenous, Two‐Spirit drag performer and makeup artist from Treaty One Territory, Bambi Rey has been performing since 2018. She is a member of the Bannock Babes, Winnipeg’s premier #indigidrag collective. Her drag is polished, glamorous, big hair, all about the makeup and sometimes very club kid. You can catch her performing at Club 200 or follow her on Instagram at @thebambirey for her schedule updates.

Esla Marquesa

A drag queen with long wavy blond hair topped with large red roses, painted face and red satin dress.

An imperial grand duchess of Manitoba, Esla Marquesa likes long walks, sunny days and fried chicken. She has been performing drag for almost a year, which is longer than her longest relationship. As the lead entertainer at Club Happenings, she is also an active member of International Imperial Court System, the largest and second oldest non‐profit LGBT organization in the world. Follow her on Instagram at @esla_marquesa.


A drag queen dressed from head to toe in a long, black mermaid style dress decorated with a white printed design.

After premiering just over a year ago, Kymera has been tearing up stages across the city with performances that are often high‐energy, sometimes comedic, but always electrifying. A founding member of local drag trio Chemical X, she strives to ensure that performers who identify as BIPOC always have a safe space to showcase their art and performances. She’s pretty, she’s witty, she’s Kymera! Keep up with @kymeraqueen on Instagram.

Lady Muse

A drag queen elegantly dressed in a long, black glam gown.

A drag artist and live singing diva from Winnipeg, Lady Muse is the drag daughter of local icon Elle Egante and has been performing for over two years. Her performances captivate audiences with her unique song selections, vocal prowess and elegant looks. She is also known for her sewing skills and makes nearly every look she wears! Say hello at @ladymusewpg or catch her at Club 200, Club Happenings and more.

Special K

A drag queen wearing a shimmery, dark green dress, pearl tiara and white beaded necklace.

Winnipeg’s drag chanteuse Special K was born through Prairie Theatre Exchange’s Drag Performance Class. Co‐founder of Bahay Perlas, Winnipeg’s first Filipino Drag House, she is also PTE’s artist‐in‐residence. Recently crowned “Entertainer of the Year 2023,” she performs regularly at Club 200, Club Happenings and more! Follow her at @specialkywg.