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News: UK

Fri 17 Jun, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


A donation will also be given to the Albert Kennedy Trust and the Eddie Surman Trust, on behalf of the event

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You don’t need a royal wedding for a big gay street party! On Saturday 25 June, the Kazbar and the Two Brewers host the 7th annual Clapham Street Party.

The popular event is sponsored by Manhunt and will once again take place on Edgeley Road, off Clapham High Street.

Admission is free but a minimum donation of £1, which will go to the gay men’s health charity, GMFA, is suggested.

A donation will also be given to the Albert Kennedy Trust and the Eddie Surman Trust, on behalf of the event.

Sherrie Hewson and Carol McGiffin of Loose Women fame are the celebrity hosts for the charity auction at 6pm. Prizes include an autographed Sale Sharks training top from rugby hunk and anti-homophobic bullying campaigner Ben Cohen, VIP lunch with the Loose Women and backstage tour, and VIP tickets to the very exclusive Make A Difference Trust Garden Party

http://www.madtrust.org.uk/page/143/The+Make+A+Difference+Trust+Garden+Party/64

Other prizes which will be raffled off throughout the day include vouchers from local restaurants Bodean’s, Eco, the Fish Club, Belgo, Metro Garden Restaurant and Bar, Nando’s, and the Pepper Tree, cinema tickets from Clapham Picture House, as well as prizes from Esca delicatessen, La Rueda, Willie Smarts Hairdressing Emporium, Pics by Gaz and Apex Cycles.

The Two Brewers Cabaret Stage is hosted by Sandra and runs from 3pm – 9pm. It will feature the cream of London’s cabaret circuit, including Lola Lasagne, Lady Imelda and Ima, Rose Garden, Pop Tarts, Drag With No Name, Kandy Kane and the newly crowned Drag Idol winner.

PR - GMFA

 

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