Barbados: Second Street Ragamuffins Drag & A Little Purple Turtle Injection

These days, one of Second Street's most infamous and 'must do' experiences is the phenomenal drag show put on by the amazingly talented Adrii Holder and Didi Winston. ...
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Second Street in Holetown, Barbados is slightly infamous. Although it doesn’t have quite as high a profile as St. Lawrence Gap on the South Coast, Second & First Street Holetown have been legendary nightlife experiences in Barbados for well over two decades.


The Purple Turtle Injection In Their First & Second Street Heydey

I remember spending many a Friday night, indeed a Saturday and Sunday night, following my brother’s band The Purple Turtle Injection around from gig to gig at various bars, including Ragamuffins. It was always a rolicking good time.

These days, one of Second Street’s most infamous and ‘must do’ experiences is the phenomenal drag show put on by the amazingly talented Adrii Holder and Didi Winston. This show is possibly Holetown’s longest running regular live act, and it is a hilarious wonderful show that’s well worth seeing over and over!


Neil Patterson

Neil Patterson, the owner, has been on the spot for more than twenty years, and the ambience of the restaurant has remained fun, slightly chaotic and one of the best memories you’ll have if you visit Bim.

The next drag show is scheduled for January 17, 2016. It is a Sunday. The drag shows are always on Sundays and booking a table is always a good idea.


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N'delamiko Bey (formerly Lord), is a writer, journalist and former Associate Editor for The Trinidad Guardian and a twenty year web development veteran. Her writing has been published in newspapers and magazines across the region, as well as in CAPE textbooks. She is The Sunhead Project's founder and Publishing Editor.
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