Soho House in London is often seen as an exclusive haunt of the well off and well dressed. This Easter weekend however, superbly trantastic drag collective Sink The Pink were given the keys and free reign to hold a party and boy what a party it was! Held over 3 floors in the warren of rooms that make up Soho House, the dance floors and bars were a sea of neon colours, ill fitting dresses and 100% man made wigs. House music, 90's trash and disco blared until the early hours of the morning and we were even treated to an impromptu catwalk up Old Compton Street.
Created by best friends Glyn and Amy in 2008 as an alternative to the mainstream gay scene that can often be found in London's Soho, Sink The Pink has become a shining beacon of difference in an otherwise bland sea of conformity. Its usually held in Bethnal Green's Working Men's Club so bringing the show to Soho House was a bold step, but one that ultimately paid off! A bridging of the divide was achieved as Sink The Pink transported the vibrant and creative atmosphere of the East End into London's generic West End.
We had a blast, we danced, chatted and snapped away until exhaustion set in (plus the clocks had gone forward) and had to sadly depart for our beds! If you are looking for something different, if you fancy dressing up a little and taking a detour into East London, then we whole heartedly suggest going to the next Sink The Pink event. Be bold, bright and brash!
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