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What's OnQueer Me Out Speaker Series at the W London

Kick starting the PRIDE in London celebrations, the W London presents QUEER ME OUT, an innovative LGBTQ+ breakfast speaker series welcoming disruptive and game-changing figures in the music scene.
  • Dates 05/07/2019 - 05/07/2019
  • Location 10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF
  • Price FREE
LGBT+ DJ’s are changing the status quoDon’t miss the start of the trailblazing PRIDE celebrations at the W London on Friday 5th July 2019.Queer Me Out is a pioneering speaker series initiated by W Hotels, featuring cutting-edge DJ’s and music insiders who'll debate success stories and challenges that face LGBTQ nightlife in London.It’s a breakfast discussion, serving up a delightful selection of light bites to see you through till lunch. Supported by Gay Times and Glitterbox, the event is FREE so reserve your tickets to get on the guest list and be on the right side of history!For further information, please use the contact detaiul below, or tap the button to book your free tickets:E: T: 0207 758 1060You’ll want to be on this quest listThe breakfast discussion will provide a though provoking debate between panellists and audience as they discuss Queer Frequencies in the music scene.Entry is totally FREE, but spaces are limited so get your name on the quest list by booking a ticket.Tag Warner – CEO of GAY TIMES – will be joined by Luke Howard of Horse Meat Disco, MTV Push Live host and DJ, Harriet Rose, and DJ and activist Jaguar, who is known for her bi-weekly slot on Reprezent Radio and Glastonbury Festival.Indulge in a buffet breakfast from 9am, followed by the panel discussion from 9.30am – which will last approximately 45 minutes – and a Q&A in the bar and lounge, The Perception.

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