Olivia Jones, Germanys most famous Drag Queen and official Miss Drag Queen of the world from 1997 presents an incomparable St. Pauli experience with her flashy freaky family and her worldwide unique bars/clubs: The Olivia Jones Bar (party and folk music), Olivias Wilde Jungs (menstrip for ladys only), Olivias Show Club (burlesque, travesty and comedy) and Olivias Kiez Oase (a flashy beer garden). Scroll down for more:
Olivia Jones Bar
The »Olivia Jones Bar« is a mad house every night – with party & folk music, good vibes and flashy entertainers. In the dim ambience of this infamous former Transvestite’s bar (even Vladmir Putin is said to have been a guest), we frequently welcome VIP guests from shows like I’m a Celebrity – Get Me Out of Here!. The music is just as varied as our customers: We play German ›Schlager‹, pop music, oldies and evergreens; our guests are gay and straight, old and young, women and men, punks and managers. And (almost) always right smack in the middle: Host Olivia Jones (who was elected Miss Drag Queen of the World already in 1997), her tubby Schlager-belting assistants or singing in-house transvestites: Barbie Stupid, Lee Jackson and Madame Veuve Noire.
With a little luck you can even get a last-minute-ticket for our Kiez tours, but we recommend booking your tours earlier.
Address: Große Freiheit 35, Hamburg-St. Pauli
Opening hours: Monday from 6 pm, Tuesday to Sunday from 8 pm (from May to October opening Saturday at 6 pm). Closed January – mid-February.
Olivias Show Club
Olivias Show Club is the last cabaret in St. Pauli. Together with Olivia’s ›Reeperbahn‹ stars, you can still experience good ol’ St. Pauli’s sinful cabaret years at »Olivias Show Club« – with travesty, burlesque and comedy. Artfully incorporated nail images of naked people are greeting from the leather-covered stage back wall, while mirror balls and chandeliers are sparkling on our red and golden brocade-style wall papers. In old times, the Beatles were celebrating here, today Olivia Jones herself is throwing the ultimate fiesta: with breath-taking »Queen of Burlesque« Eve Champagne, the singing »Comedy Transvestites« Barbie Stupid & Lee Jackson and many more. And if you need a cooling break from our hot shows, why not have a drink in the beer garden under our wind- and weather-proof glass roof?
Große Freiheit 27, Hamburg-St. Pauli
Opening hours: Fridays and Saturdays from 8 pm
Closed January – mid-February.
Entry: Fryday 10€, Saturday 12€
Olivias Wilde Jungs (Hen-Dos / -Partys welcome!)
Europe’s only men strip bar with women-only access – except from the lightly dressed personnel that is heating up the place, like stars from Big Brother and Germany’s Got Talent. Emancipation a la Olivia Jones: At »Olivias Wilde Jungs«, it’s the men who are the sex objects – and even Dita von Teese and other VIP guests celebrated that with us. Come along – for hen nights, birthday celebrations, divorce parties, just for fun – or if you only want to take a short break from your husb… erm everyday life. ;)
Große Freiheit 32, Hamburg-St. Pauli
Opening hours: Thurdays and Fridays from 9pm and Saturdays from 8pm (June – September from 7pm)
Closed January – February.
Entry (over-18s only): Fridays 12€, Saturdays 15€
Olivias Kiez Oase
Olivias Kiez Oase is our flashy kiosk-style beergarden at the Spielbudenplatz, right next to the TUI Operettenhaus, a famous musical theatre, and with a view on Hamburg’s skyscrapers Tanzende Türme (“Dancing Towers”). With its elevated position, illuminated trees, rain canopy and a small beach hut, Olivias Kiez Oase seems just like a cosy island in the middle of the city’s hustle and bustle. You can enjoy a cold beer with an excellent view on the Spielbudenplatz and Hamburg’s famous Reeperbahn. Should it get too cold, our patio heaters turn our summer garden into a homey winter garden. The Kiez Oase also sells tickets for Olivias Show Club.
May – September: Thursdays from 7pm, Fridays from 6pm and Saturdays from 4.30pm
September: Fridays from 6pm and Saturdays from 4.30pm
October – April: Fridays and Saturdays from 6pm
Closed in January and February.