5 things about Pride at Louce Soho Saturday 2nd July
Celebrate London Pride at live music hotspot Louche Soho with frozen ‘Green Carnation’ margaritas and a fabulously decadent evening of burlesque on Saturday 2nd July.
Steeped in history, Louche Soho sits on the spot where The Green Carnation once stood – a fun-loving party bar and a nod to the flower that Oscar Wilde transformed into a LGBTQ+ community symbol. Now, guests can visit Louche Soho and enjoy a refreshing green frozen margarita, inspired by the Green Carnation and given a final Pride flourish with a vibrant rainbow straw.
Cocktails will be available to enjoy in takeaway form from 2pm to 8pm as a parade accessory in the sunny Soho Square or in the three-storey townhouse. £1 from each frozen cocktail sale will also go to the Pride in London Unity Fund. The bar’s popular happy hour will be extended for the day too, offering 2-4-1 house cocktails inside from 2pm to 6pm.
By night, guests will be ushered into a world of stockings feathers and fabulousness for an after-party with ‘House of Burlesque’ where dancers will take to the floor in a plume of feathers and fun – guests can expect the unexpected and immerse themselves in a night of scintillating entertainment!
In true Louche Soho style, DJ Tony Coote will be playing vintage vinyl classics on the ground floor, plus there will be live music from power trio Man Mountain Upstairs at Louche to keep the party going.