Our friends at Little Gay Brother are not only busy preparing for their next party here on the 20th July, but also for their own special area at super-fun festival, Secret Garden Party! With Superstore boss Mikki Most joining them, we decided to get the lowdown on 'Powders: The Laundrette That Never Sleeps' from the horse's unicorn's mouth...
This year SECRET GARDEN PARTY celebrates Superstition and in a new venue for 2013 there is the perfect antidote to your superstitious minds. You can air your dirty laundry, touch wood and get lucky.
Bearded Kitten's LITTLE GAY BROTHER, who hosted the COMING OUT BAR in 2012 and are residents at Dalston Superstore, return to SGP with a venue based on the cult gay movie, My Beautiful Launderette.
Little Gay Brother presents 'Powders, The Laundrette That Never Sleeps'. It will be the place to get your sparkle, come out to your mates, be wet and wild, dance on washing machines and strip down to your tight whities. Come and get a right good scrub down by the studs and suds of the gay bar.
Ready to get you lathered up is your host Dave The Unicorn from the Colo-silly-um and his fag hag Dot Rotten who invite you to join the Glitter Army; but beware these under sexed laundrette ladies will have your pants off and counting your skins marks before you can say "Service Wash". Expect day time exuberance and late night chaos in their Unicorn Disco with men offering you a free 'Hand Wash' while Kylie is probably stuck 'Spinning Around' inside a tumble dryer.
Get ready for a RINSE OUT because they are bringing with them amazing DJs from the gay scene including Bright Light Bright Light (Another Night), David Oh (Songs of Praise), Frankco (Glamorous), Georgie Rogers (XFM), Laurent C (Discotec), Mikki Most (Trailer Trash) and Little Gay Brother resident DJs Chris Camplin and Terry Vietheer.
If you can't contain your excitement and you need to rip all your clothes off sooner and run away to their dirty disco party you can join them all for a 'Pre-soak Party' as they explore Secret Garden Party's theme Superstition at DSS.
And if that doesn't get you ultra-hyped for the festival, this brand new warm-up mix courtesy of Little Gay Brother resident Terry Vietheer should do the trick!
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