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What's OnDrag Me To Brunch at The Lost Alhambra

Rediscover London’s boldest bottomless brunch experience as The Lost Alhambra get ready to welcome you back to their magnificent underground venue in the heart of Leicester Square.
  • Dates 12/12/2020 - 26/12/2020
  • Location The Lost Alhambra, 28A Leicester Square, WC2H 7LE
  • Price From £55 per person for one-hour of unlimited drinks
The sell-out bottomless drag brunch is back at The Lost Alhambra.Join drag idol winners Felix le Freak, Jimmy Lavender, and award-nominated drag Vamp Mynxie for an experience you’ll never forget.Offering tickets from £55 per person, including a welcome cocktail on arrival, brunch and one-hour of unlimited Prosecco, beer or cocktails, don’t miss the West End’s number one Drag Brunch running every Saturday from 1-4pm in the heart of Leicester Square.The campery will kick-off with a game of DRAG QUEEN BINGO – with musical clues and prizes to be won. And, following all the bingo badinage, you’ll while away the afternoon filled with music, comedy and games.Plus, why not top-up to make your Prosecco last longer?Pick-up a premium ticket for £60 per person serving everything and two-hours of unlimited Prosecco, beer or cocktails and brunch. Or, go platinum for £65 per person for three-hours of unlimited Prosecco, beer or cocktails, alongside a brilliant brunch menu.Fret not, enhanced hygiene systems and social distancing measures are in place throughout the venue to help keep you rest assured.So whatever you decide, get ready to Lip Sync for your life as the queens prepare to bring you the most fun you’ll ever have at brunch.Book your tickets online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 020 8191 9144E:*Guests must bring photo ID. No ID, no entry. Only available for +18 years of age.

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