United Kingdom·February 18 2023
Celebrate LGBTQ+ History month with a night packed with Voguing , Queer Black & POC History, Queer Rave Sound System & Lip-Sync TakeOverBOOK NOW
BROWN SUGA // LGBTQ+ History Month Party 🔥🏳️🌈🏳️⚧️ Powered by Moonlight Experiences X Queer Rave X Glass House London Date: Saturday 18th February Time: 7:30 pm-2 am Evening schedule: Doors open at 7 pm 💙 7 pm- 9 pm | Voguing Workshop w/ Bronze West - (Downstairs) **SOLD-OUT** 💙 7 pm -8 pm | Come by solo and meet other people at the start of the night 💙 8 pm -8:45 pm | Queer Black & POC History Panel Discussion (The Common Press bookshop) 💙 8:30 pm - 2 am | Upstairs DJs (Bar) 💙 10 pm - 2 am | Queer Rave Sound System (Downstairs) 💙 10:30 pm-11:30 pm | Lip-Sync Take Over & performances (Bar) DJs: Xilhu, DJ Mimi, Princess Trium + more Special guest performance: Jamie Fuxx Speakers: Yvonne Taylor (Activist), Thelma Ndaula (Say It Loud Club) + TBA Celebrate LGBTQ+ History Month through different forms of art, music, and activism that shaped queer culture!! From the Ballroom Vogue scene to pioneers, creatives, and DJs who created spaces for queer nightlife during the 1980s to the present. Get insights on Black & Queer History from some of London's activists, asylum Seekers, and Refugees. Party over two dance floors with Queer Rave Sound System and talented DJs. Come and indulge in a good vibes-only environment where we can celebrate ourselves authentically. A space dedicated to our QTIPOC, queer women, non-binary, trans folx + friends. Grab some friends to join for the night or join our mixer to meet some new people if you are coming solo. However you want to enjoy the night, there will be great music, cocktails, non-alcoholic drinks, and queer books in a quieter hangout zone. 🔥Non-stop R&B, Hip-Hop, Afrobeats, Afro-Latin, Dancehall & Soca X Sound System🔥 💡*The Common Press and Common Counter are fully accessible. Downstairs- The Commons is sadly not wheelchair accessible*
The night will be hosted by Moonlight Experiences founder Aisha Shaibu-Lenoir and the wonderful team who will be looking after you for the evening. LipSync with our host: PLUTO
Queer Rave Sound System from 10pm - 2am (Downstairs)
Black & Queer History discussion speaker at 8pm - 8:45pm, bookshop. Yvonne Taylor was a co-founder of Sistermatic - a queer women’s community and club night in Brixton, London from 1986-1995.
10:30pm - 11:30pm (Bar) Performance by heart throb Drag King Jamie Fuxx.
Black & Queer History discussion speaker at 8pm - 8:45pm, bookshop. Cyndi Handson is a multipotentialite experienced across a variety of creative arenas that all fall into the pursuance of amplifying and celebrating Black arts and culture in the capital.
International DJ and creative in the London scene and founder of Hunnisuckle Events.
International multi-genre DJ . Mimi's Mauritian, African and South Asian background influences her work to create incredible mixes.
Join Bronze West from 7pm-9pm to learn some old skool voguing. Tickets sold separately.
Head into the intersectional bookshop 'The Common Press' for some space to hangout. It's a non-alcoholic space filled with queer books. *All books purchased can be held until the end of the night*
10:30pm - 11:30pm (Bar). Hop on stage and lip-sync your heart out to old skool R&B and Hip Hop songs.
2nd release Queer Black + POC tickets for history discussion + party
2nd release Allies + Non POC tickets for history discussion + party
Come by solo and meet other people at the start of the night.
Voguing workshop tickets not including. Queer Black + POC tickets include panel discussion + party
Limited free tickets for discussion + Party
We are making space for QTIPOC, queer women, non-binary and trans folks. Allies and friends are welcome.
The event will be at Common Counter at Glass House. Located at the corner of Bricklane on Bethnal Green Road side. Check-in through the bar entrance.
Address: 118 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 6DG
Tickets on the door will be limited. Grab a ticket to avoid being disappointed.
Yes, the bookshop will be selling books all night! You can also leave your books with us until the party ends.
Yes, the cloakroom is available at the venue for £2.
Yes, we will be having a mixer from 8pm, join our friendly hosts and meet some people.
No one will be turned away due to a lack of funds.
The bar and bookshop are fully wheelchair accessible. Unfortunately, the downstairs space isn't wheelchair accessible.
12:30 am is the last entry! You risk not getting in if you arrive later. Come early.
We encourage all guests to take a covid-19 test before joining us on the night.
Keep our staff and guests safe.