Get Down in Cape Town / GUEST BLOGGER

Keith Bain’s latest installment fits rather nicely with the Coco de Mer gift set we’re offering today, though with slightly bigger feather dusters

Cape Town prepares for the biggest dress-up party in Africa this weekend, when the annual Mother City Queer Project (MCQP) happens Saturday night at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The theme for this year’s much-anticipated installment is “Maid in China”.
The straight-friendly queer-themed all-night party this year features nine different dance floors, with live acts, drag acts, and a variety of urban genres vying for the attention of thousands of tarted-up muscle ninjas, Hello Kitty queens, Gay-sha girls (and boys), panda bears, and Taiwanese trannies. It’s an anything-goes extravaganza, starting with a red carpet welcome, numerous bars, many of the city’s best DJs, and even a Bel Ami movie room where 32 models from the world’s most successful gay porn studio will be in attendance. There’ll also be a Kung Fu film studio for those who prefer kicks to kink. Tickets are available through Computicket, and you can peruse the dance-floor line-ups, fine-print, and galleries of pictures from last year’s “Flower Power” event at

Read more about Cape Town’s MCQP parties on the Hg2 website, here.

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