The Official Pride in London Ladies After-Party is going to be immense

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The Trading House

 

It’s Pride time! That means it’s time to dust off your best rainbow stripey outfit, get planning the big parade day and, most importantly, decide what you’re going to get up to once the march is over.

 

For those who live in or near the capital city, there's no need to rack your brains because you’re in luck. We can’t wait for the girl party of the summer, which is of course the Official Pride in London Ladies After-Party. It's sure to be a night to remember and definitely one you don't want to miss.

 

The venue is The Trading House, a stunning Grade II listed building with majestic high ceilings, deliciously decadent cocktails, craft beers to make your mouth water and even a private mezzanine area.

 

And music fans, you won't be disappointed. There’s also a stellar line up of DJs including Rocket, Bae2Bae and Sami Kubu so be prepared to dance till you drop (or until you pull).

 

So what are you waiting for? It's time to book your ticket. We'll see you there!

 

What you need to know:

9:30pm – 3:00am, Saturday 8 July – Sunday 9 July 2017

 

Ticket Price:

First release       £10*

Second release  £13*

Last call             £15*

*Limited tickets available. Transaction fee will be added to ticket price*

 

For more info, look here.

 

 

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