To celebrate the wonderfully colourful  Liverpool Pride this summer, Cunard House will be opening its doors for an incredible Drag Brunch, serving up tuck shop realness for all the family, with a fabulously camp event. Taking place on Sunday 29th July, divas, queens, and everyone in between, are invited to leave their inhibitions at the door for a dazzling drag brunch that is sure to go down in history.

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In celebration of Liverpool Pride, guests are invited to enjoy delicious street food, quaff plenty of bubbles, and enjoy incredible live entertainment from the finest Queens in town. With performances throughout the day from a line-up of stunning drag artists, who will be showcasing their charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent, this brunch promises to be the ultimate drag-eleganza extravaganza.

Located on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront, The Cunard is a beautiful Grade II* listed building, exuding grandeur and glamour, making it the ideal setting for the sashaying, sequin-clad hosts to captivate and charm. Welcoming children, families and friends alike, with this year’s pride theme ‘All Together Now’ at the forefront of the celebrations, guests can enjoy a range of immersive entertainment, including games with great prizes, to flavoursome food stalls and a drag-tastic DJ to provide the perfect party soundtrack.

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Tickets for the event are selling extremely fast so get them before they’re all gone!

We hope everyone has a fabulous Pride here in Liverpool! We look forward to seeing all the your pictures on Instagram and Twitter.

 

Photo credit:

https://liverpoolpride.co.uk/

http://jmu-journalism.org.uk/council-in-cunard-building-taps-row/

 

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