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Miss DCB is not only a Drag Artist, she has years of experience in hosting, being a DJ, a show producer and a charity fundraiser to name a few of her many talents. The initials 'DCB' stands for Daniel Cher Bailey, which most people think is a stage name but it's been Daniel's legal name since 2001. 
DCB as been professionally entertaining since he left school at 16 travelling around the UK with his Father as his roadie. He studied Performing Arts & Theatre Lighting at College whilst performing at weddings, schools, private party's and then landing a year round contract with the Hilton Hotel. He then worked in various LGBT venues in Leeds, such as The Base, The Bridge, Blayds Bar, Queens Court and in that time won many awards at the annual Pride Awards 'The Owlies'. 
Alongside a successful DJ career, DCB then went on to work in some of the biggest drag shows in the UK, starting with The Birdcage in Leeds where he learnt his craft in the world of feathers, sequins and glamour.  During this time he became one of the Stars of an ITV prime time show called 'The Drag Queens' which followed the life of a Drag Queen . DCB also appeared many times at the world famous Funny Girls in Blackpool, in the official cover show's and eventually headlined his very own show, this was a great honour. After the Birdcage/Funny Girls  DCB moved on to be the Show Director at the Viaduct Showbar owned by the famous Terry George.   
In 2015 a new venture called for DCB,  he was approached to become the Show Producer of the biggest show in Turkey. After 15 years of experince in the UK, it was time for DCB to pack his heels and head to the beautiful town of Hisarönü, entertaining thousands of holiday makers. DCB produces two shows that he personally brings from the UK every season, thousands of pounds spent on handmade costumes, feathers, jewellery, sets, props and make up. The show is in association with Tui, Jet 2 and many big street agents.
DCB is an all round loved Entertainer with a Hall of Fame Award from his home town of Leeds recognising all his hard work and contribution towards his LGBTQ community. He as raised thousands of pounds for local HIV charities by organising a yearly event called Drag Idol, this event finished in 2012 after eight years.
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