London Scene News: Pam Ann lands at the Brewers, Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Courtney Act at Pride in London

Pam Ann lands at the Brewers

This Tuesday (26 Jun) buckle up as the one and only Pam Ann makes a crash landing in Clapham when she brings her show Brace Brace Brace to the Two Brewers from 7pm. Our favourite layover will be taking no prisoners as she delivers her thoughts on anything and everything in her own unique style. Nothing is off limits and no one is safe – don’t say we didn’t warn you!
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Sophie Ellis-Bextor and Courtney Act at Pride in London

The team at Pride in London have announced a whole host of acts who will be appearing across four stages in the capital on Saturday 7 July. In Trafalgar Square you will be able to see Courtney Act, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Alyssa Edwards, George Shelly, SuRie and many more including the winners of both Pride’s Got Talent finals and casts of some of the West End’s biggest shows. On the Diva Women’s Stage in Leicester Square you get Sinitta, Heather Peace, Horse MacDonald and more, plus a gorgeous host of cabaret stars in Dean Street on the Cabaret Stage and Family Stage in Golden Square. Get more details at

Brewers Street Party

Next Saturday (30 Jun) is a date you must mark in your diary as it’s the 2018 Two Brewers Street Party, which happens during the day on Prescott Place next to the Clapham venue. There’s a massive line up of talent including Mary Mac, Tanya Hyde, Mrs Moore, CK, Danny Beard, Tracy Barlow, Rose Garden, Lola Lasagne and many more including the winner of Drag Idol 2018, who will be announced the night before. There will be outside bars, DJs and the afterparty is of course inside the Brewers. Entry to the Street Party is £5 cash only.

PHAT Club at Ku Klub

Next Thursday (28 Jun) the gang at Ku are teaming up with Ashley Hughes who will be bringing his sensational PHAT Club’s 1st birthday event to Klub downstairs at Ku Leicester Square. DJs will include M-A.D and Miguel Dare plus queens on duty will include Miss Honey Foxx, Tayce and Manny Queen. This will be a glamorous and camp affair and if you get there before 11pm it’s free entry.

Duckie Gay Shame

On Saturday 7 July the gang from Duckie will be celebrating as only they can with this year’s Gay Shame party called The Light At The And Of The Tunnel. This night of shocking behaviour and smouldering pop takes place in the Royal Vauxhall Tavern, and across the way in the ‘Tired Tawdry Railway Arch’ from 9pm, and will include The Readers Wifes, Amy Lamé, Pink Suits, Tap Cats, Lucia Mazzini and The Cloths. There’s no advance tickets, just £15 on the door.

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