C O M M U N I T Y ft Hannah Holland, Pxssy Palace & Wes Baggaley

Fri, 18 May 2018, 20:00 – Sat, 19 May 2018, 04:00

The London LGBTQ+ Community Centre presents COMMUNITY!

We’re celebrating our rich LGBTQ+ family with a night showcasing the artistry and music of London’s baddest queer performers and DJ’s, all whilst raising vital funds for a new London LGBTQ+ community centre.

Come through to STYX on May 18th from 8PM and ride the electric energies of our packed out line-up all the way through til 4AM!

Host Rodent Decay will lead us through an evening of explosive performances before we dance the night away to the sounds of iconic DJ’s from London’s queer club scene, Wes Baggaley, Hannah Holland and the Pxssy Palace collective!

✧ Performances ✧

The Nightbus: The UK’s premier bearded Muslim drag queen, she will propel you along a dizzying drag adventure, brace yourselves!

Katayoun Jalili: Genderqueer Iranian born, London based multidisciplinary artist ready to hit you with their fierce femme power and unapologetic queer performance art.

Rhys Hollis: One of London’s most boundary-pushing, divine look-serving queer acts in cabaret is here to stun, and they are bound to leave you feeling fired up!

More acts TBA!

✧ DJ’s ✧

Wes Baggaley: DJ known for spearheading a movement of queer dance nightlife in London through his eclectic sets consisting of house, techno, jazz funk, soul and disco.

Hannah Holland: International DJ phenomenon whose distinct sound fuses many styles into a hybrid of house, techno and bass, creating exciting and fresh sounds that we cannot wait to get down to.

Pxssy Palace: This collective of some of London’s most exciting DJ’s has had a radical impact on the London queer dance scene, creating parties hosted by and for queer people of colour that offer an alternative to the overwhelmingly white norm of London LGBTQ nightlife. Their sounds will no doubt take this party to the next level!!

Tickets are £7 advance with limited availability of £10 OTD

We think that everyone deserves the right to party, regardless of income. If you are on a low or no income, please get in contact with us at londonlgbtcentremedia@gmail.com and we’ll make sure you can still come to the ball.