A drag and dog brunch is coming to London in March

drag queens with a dog
Expect death drops, show tunes, four-legged friends and more (Picture: Paw Perfect Dog Drag Brunch/@the_life_of_claude_and_elmo)
A brunch with a twist is coming to London in late March. The event in question is a drag and dog brunch, which is taking place on Sunday March 27 (AKA, Mother’s Day) at cocktail bar The Happenstance. Perfect for human and dog mums alike, the Paw Perfect Dog Drag Brunch will be packed full of fun for the whole family – boasting drag acts, West End tunes, delicious food and plenty of four-legged friends. The musical extravaganza will see West End star Portia de Fosse and some of her talented friends host a show-stopping brunch, running from 1-4pm.

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As a result, guests should expect plenty of show tunes, death drops and lots of laughs.

Attendees will also get a welcome drink and a brunch dish of choice – with options including avocado and chilli poached eggs on sourdough bread, crispy duck salad, and beer-battered haddock and chips.

drag queens with a dog
Dogs will also be treated as VIPs (Very Important Pooches) (Picture: Paw Perfect Dog Drag Brunch)

As the name suggests, dogs are very much welcome at this event, too.

In fact, according to the organisers, dogs will be treated as VIPs (Very Important Pooches) as they will offered bottomless ‘pawsecco’ and canine snacks – plus they will be invited to enjoy a specially-designed ball pit for fun.

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There will also be a photobooth for families to capture some snaps.

a golden retriever
Bring your four-legged friend (Picture: @the_life_of_claude_and_elmo)

The drag and dog brunch is set to run on a monthly basis with tickets at £45 (which permits one human and one dog).

Currently, the upcoming theme for April’s event is a doggy beauty contest – but stay tuned for more information.

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