· MHT Tenerife show ·
At MHT Tenerife Show for over 25 years Mrs T, Peggy Lee and all the cast have been performing and entertaining guests across the Canary Islands. Giving them the funniest night out for their Holiday.
If you have seen us before at our MHT Tenerife show. Don’t worry, as we have some new and amazing numbers and routines. This show will entertain you once again, and of course a few old favorites. Don’t forget we are still completely family friendly!.
If you have not seen us before at our MHT Tenerife experience then you really are in for a treat.
Are you ready for what will be the funniest night out of your holiday?.
What a great night out! its a must to see, good food, served efficiently by friendly staff. Great entertainment to take your friends or family with you.
ready for a big laugh?
You will had never laughed so much. It’s good to see that we have always seen that the acts do change.
Well done to all that helped the nights out so perfect in this hilarious MHT Tenerife experience show event on the island.
This magical, hilarious experience comedy drag show will have you entertained, amused and dazzled from start to finish.
MHT Tenerife experience
Are you ready to rock the MHT Tenerife experience?. We are waiting for you, your family and friends to have one of the greatest nights in Tenerife.
A drag show is a form of entertainment performed by drag artists impersonating men or women.
Typically, a drag show involves performers singing or lip-syncing to songs while performing a pre-planned pantomime or dancing. There might also be some comedy, skits, and audience interaction. The performers often don elaborate costumes and makeup, and sometimes dress to imitate various famous opposite sex singers or personalities. And some events are centered around drag, such as Southern Decadence where the majority of festivities are led by the Grand Marshals, who are traditionally drag queens.
The first instances of drag were well before drag shows began. In England and China in the 1500´s women were not allowed to participate in drama or theater so the men impersonated females when acting on stage. In the Victorian period English actresses impersonated men in theater, and in America actresses like Anne Hindle also impersonated men in her performances. She had a low voice and shaved regularly to create a masculine appearance. The impersonation of the opposite sex was popular in theater and film until 1933 when the Hollywood Motion Picture Production Code was passed. This law or code was established to eliminate perversion which temporarily ended the era of male impersonation in film and theater.