Divina De Campo's Exclusive Auction In Aid Of George House Trust

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Divina De Campo is a seasoned British drag queen and singer, and a long-term supporter of George House Trust, which works with people living with, and affected by HIV. 

Known for her high soprano and 4-octave range, Divina has been featured on national television programmes including The Voice, All Together Now, and most recently on the first season of RuPaul's Drag Race UK. 

We’re delighted that Divina is auctioning off EIGHT of her iconic, unique and exclusive looks from Season 1 of RuPaul's Drag Race UK in aid of George House Trust. 

“I’m auctioning off these looks to raise funds and awareness for the fantastic services George House Trust offers for people living with HIV. Last year they supported over 2000 people in the North West by providing advice, tailored support, peer mentoring services, counselling, financial support, and workshops. So, dig deep to grab yourself a piece of Drag Race and TV Herstory and happy bidding!”


About George House Trust


George House Trust is a Manchester-based charity providing services to people living with, and affected by, HIV in the North-West of the UK since 1985. George House Trust believes that people living with HIV have the right to live happy and healthy lives, free from stigma and discrimination.


You can support us in a number of ways. Find out more at www.ght.org.uk/donate

We will be in touch with winning bidders to organise collection or delivery of the items. Please note that, as a charity, winning bidders will be asked to pay for delivery and this must be received before the item is sent. 

Lot 7
£ 220
Week 6: Rainy Day Eleganza Look
Lot 4
£ 210
Week 1: Queen Elizabeth Realness Look
Lot 1
£ 280
RuPaul's Drag Race UK Season 1 - Promotional Look
Lot 6
£ 240
Week 5: A Day At The Races Look
Lot 2
£ 280
Week 1: Entrance Look
Lot 8
£ 190
Week7: Drag Family Realness Look
Lot 5
£ 200
Week 4: Weird Science Look
Lot 3
£ 220
Week 1: Queen Of My Hometown Look
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