Vice

Vice

“There are at least two full sets of Spice Girls walking around and more choreographed dancing than I have ever seen in one place since, well, the 90’s: the glory days of unnecessary arm movements and synchronised jumps. “Macarena” comes on and LITERALLY EVERY SINGLE PERSON starts doing the dance without missing a beat.”

The Handbook

The Handbook

“For anyone who knows all the words to theme song of Fresh Prince of Bel Air, is nostalgic for their youth and loves day time drinking. Brunch is secondary to the party, you’re not going for the food so much as the party itself. The DJ was playing classic 90s tunes and encouraging everyone to get involved with the lip sync battles on stage.”

Evening Standard

Evening Standard

“Every brunch will open with a show-stopping performance from Diana Ross. That’s right, Diana Ross - but the northern, drag version. As if that wasn’t enough, a Prince lip-syncher and full band will be recreating his classics. There will be party games, Blind Date and dancing competitions as well as a lot of boogying under the disco ball - so dust off your flares and spandex and get on the dance floor.”

Secret London

Secret London

“They said disco is dead. They were wrong. Disco is back, this time with brunch on its side. Hip Hop LDN, the brunch innovators who run Hip Hop Brunch, Garage Brunch and 90’s Brunch, now add the mighty disco genre to their ranks - beats, eats, and questionable dance moves combine, as your Saturday brunches come alive under the sparkle of the disco ball.”

The Handbook

The Handbook

“Kicking off, boozy ‘brunchers’ will be greeted by two of the finer things in life: bottomless cocktails and a Diana Ross tribute, sure to cause a chain reaction of excitement. What better way to end an event than the promise of Prince classics? A tribute to the Partyman singer will see a lip-sync of some of his greatest hits, bidding farewell to the days when the platform shoes, sequin tops and leisure suits gathered dust in the back of the wardrobe.”