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The Breakfast Club Takeover Drag Brunch


Event details

Sat 01 Jul
Multiple start times (see ticket info)

DJs: TBC DJs, Gareth Evans, Junior Chow

The Breakfast Club have teamed up with their pals at Patterns to bring their infamous all singing, all dancing, bottomless boozing, Drag show dining experience to Brighton.

As part of a special one-off Summer takeover on the Patterns seafront terrace, The Breakfast Club Drag Brunch offers ticket holders two hours of unlimited Prosecco, Bucks Fizz and Bloody Marys, as well as a choice from the BBQ Brunch menu (details below). The Queens will be performing routines, lip syncing for their lives, as well as giving you the opportunity to live out your Drag star ambitions in their spin off game, Strictly Come Drag Queen.

The show finishes at 3pm, but guests are invited to stay and party into the night on the terrace, with further fun and games hosted by the Queens, drink deals and DJs till late.

MENU

THE SECRET EGG SOCIETY Soft scrambled egg, sun-blushed tomato, caramelised onion, red Leicester cheese and Sriracha mayo on a brioche bun. Optional extra bacon or avocado. 

ELVIS WAFFLE Fresh baked buttermilk waffle, caramelised banana, Greek yoghurt, peanut butter and maple syrup. Optional extra bacon.

DJS ON THE DAY

Gareth Evans

For the past ten years Gareth Evans has been bringing his eclectic sets to the many. At an early age he was seen cutting his teeth at Cardiff’s infamous Thursday Party CYNT and has since joined up with London parties Cubed  at the Queen of Hoxton and Chase the Compass at The Magic Roundabout.. His mix of cosmic disco, dubs, leftfield electronica as well as  reworked classics are renowned for bringing smiles all round. Cubed & Chase the Compass at Queen of Hoxton and Chase the Beat at The Magic Roundabout.

Junior Chow

Originally from Plymouth, Johnny started playing records when he moved to Bristol in 2012 during the beginning of a renaissance period for the forgotten pioneering dance genre Disco. After purchasing his first Disco vinyl (Hot Chocolate – You Sexy Thing), he began collecting disco 12”s from local charity shops and record stores including Really Good Record shop in Plymouth. Johnny draws inspiration from some of the bests parties in Bristol, such as Shapes, Alfresco Disco and Future Boogie, nights in Bristol’s best known clubs like Motion and The Love Inn as well as Croatian festivals like the now defunct and rebranded Garden Festival in Tisno (now Love International). Expect to hear classic disco reworks, afro boogie and Chicago house cuts.

 


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