The Big Gay Lifestyle Show is coming to Covent Garden
It’s big, it’s gay, it’s coming to Covent Garden.
Saturday 22 October sees the Big Gay Lifestyle Show, Europe’s first ever indoor gay lifestyle event set to take London by storm. This event will not only be hosting displays from a multitude of exhibitors, but will also feature some well known and exciting performers.
Pam Ann (see our recent interview here), everyone’s favourite catty air hostess will be headlining at this year’s event and will no doubt be taking her adoring audience on a journey of gossip, glamour and all things gay. Soho scene legend Dusty O will not only perform but will hosting the events on the main stage. Dusty will be welcoming incredible vocalists Jill Jackson and Elouise as well as the Gay Men’s Choir, who are all developing an ever-expanding fan base. There will be a cavalcade of comedians and the Black Fire Agency will present their Circus of Men – the hottest male circus to be seen – and their Fuel Girls will present an intense, action-packed stunt and dance show. DJ Tony English, one of the most sought after DJs on the circuit will be playing a set, as will avante-garde cabaret sensations Scottee and Tranny Shack.
In between various acts, guests can amuse themselves at the oodles of exhibitions, covering everything from parenting, travel, fashion, health and beauty, home, careers and community, which will offer fun activities, relevent products, services and advice throughout the day.
Day passes are available for £6 and an all-day pass, giving you access to the afternoon and evening of performances can be purchased for £20. Tickets are available online from the official website or at the door.
So So Gay, in association with Boutique Marketing are pleased to offer three lucky readers a set of tickets to the event.
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Big Gay Lifestyle Show 2011 lands at the Grand Connaught Rooms, Covent Garden, London with a bang on Saturday 22 October 2011 from 11am – 1:30am.