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What's OnVocal House Brunch at The Perception, W London

Temporarily closed - Be blown-away by awe-inspiring live acts as Kinky Malinki hosts Vocal House Brunch that takes you from day to night with cork-popping fizz, fantastic food and feel-good tunes.
  • Dates 06/06/2020 - 06/06/2020
  • Location W London, 10 Wardour Street, W1D 6QF
  • Price £££
Crank-up the volume on Saturday 29th February and Saturday 6th June 2020 with the Vocal House Brunch at The Perception inside the W London.For £45 per person enjoy 1.5 hours of bottomless cookies & cream cocktails or Prosecco, one main dish from the brunch menu, unlimited access to the cookie, candy and smore dessert station and three awe-inspiring live Vocal House performances.Plus, dance the night away with the 9-hour Vocal House Party with the Vocal House Brunch resident DJs playing nothing but absolute bangers.Perhaps you’ve eaten already and only want to join the party? Book your tickets for only £20 to enjoy the 9-hour party and three fantastic live Vocal House acts.Whatever you decide, get ready to be blown-away by three awe-inspiring live vocal performances as Kinky Malinki hosts Vocal House Brunch that takes you from day to night with cork-popping fizz, fantastic food and feel-good tunes.Reserve your tickets online here. Or, call or email using the following details:T: +44 020 7758 1060E: theperception@whotels.com*VIP tables available upon request. Strictly over 21 years of age only. Dress code: No effort, no entry.

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