Sink The Pink are throwing a street party ✨

Join the legendary STP lot and celebrate a decade of drag, dancing and debauchery!




That's right party people, it's been 10 years since Sink The Pink first got off the ground and they're pulling out all the stops...



With the usual STP queens performing shows throughout the day, there'll also be opportunities to get involved as the queens invite attendees to lip sync for their lives and join them on stage (best wear your favourite party pants, eh?). 


Just like the good ol' days at the beloved Working Men's Club where it all began, there'll be a second stage featuring a full host of sketches, shows and more!


Fancy being on the line up? Once you've got your ticket, email for a five minute slot. (There's only 10 slots available so get in there QUICK ladies - let's mix it up a little!)


And, on top of all of that, they'll be gathering up all of those from the LGBTQ+ community who made STP what it is over the years.


Expect to see plenty of familiar faces from bar staff to security staff that have worked with STP in the past, as well as the return of a little make up and dress over station called Glitter My Sh*tter. 


Want the deets? We thought you'd never ask... 


Saturday 15 September 2018
Sunday 16 September 2018


13:00 - 22:00


Secret London Location 


Early Bird: £17.50 + BF
Saturday: £25.00 + BF
Sunday: £20.00 + BF


Grab your tickets here.


Since 2008, STP have worked with many LGBTQ+ charities, so to mark this special occasion the team will not only be donating to, but will be helping to set up an LGBTQ+ Arts and Nightlife Fund that will work with venues to raise awareness and training on LGBTQ+ issues such as security and venerability, as well as providing potential funding to LGBTQ+ artists and projects that would not normally be assessable through traditional routes. 


Sounds ace, right? To find out more email



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