Eurovision Viewing Party at R-Bar
  • Brighton

Are you ready for the campest, tackiest, and most outrageous Eurovision Party EVER? Join us at R-Bar on Saturday 13th May for a night you won't forget!

We're pulling out all the stops for Eurovision 2023, with a live screening of the entire contest from Liverpool, on our giant projector screen. Get ready for a night of glitter, glamour, and hilarity, as we celebrate everything that makes Eurovision the ultimate guilty pleasure.

To get you in the mood, we'll be warming you up with an hour-long megamix of all the biggest, weirdest, and campest Eurovision hits from the last 67 years. And when the contest begins, you can count on cabaret royalty and the queen of camp herself, Cherry Liquor, to provide cutting commentary on all the action.

But that's not all - we'll also have Eurovision-themed drinks and cocktails, Euro decor, a Eurovision jackpot sweepstake and drinking games!

So what are you waiting for? Grab your friends, book a table, and join us for the ultimate Eurovision 2023 Viewing Party with Cherry Liquor at R-Bar on Saturday 13th May!

We will have walk-ins available on the day but these will be allocated on a first come first served basis. All advanced bookings have a guaranteed view of the screen so you won't miss any of the action!

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