After 10 years in the pressurised world of BBC Radio One, Phil Taggart would be forgiven if he decided to take a well-earned break. But not a bit of it. The 34-year-old is still pedal to the metal with a new slot on BBC Radio Ulster, a weekday drivetime show on American-based station Sirius XM and a weekly podcast of chill out tunes and special guests. He’s also got itchy feet to return to the local club scene.
Just do it!” exclaims Trudy Scrumptious, who after 22 years is one of Northern Ireland’s most established and respected queens. “Everyone should try drag at some point in their lives. Pull on a dress, find yourself a wig and don a pair of heels. Perform, do your housework, whatever. Just work it and remember — be fabulous!”
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Ulster head coach Dan McFarland admitted that the "nasty injury" sustained by Will Addison had marred Friday night's win over the Lions after the full-back was taken to hospital during the second-half.
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