LEZ colours
  • London Fringe

After the euphoric merriment felt by all who shook their dance-deprived booties at LEZ Dance, LEZ events is back on Saturday August 14th for LEZ colours - aka a night to remember.

Taking place just minutes away from Old Street Station at the adored Colours Hoxton, LEZ colours will be a fierce and bright celebration of queerness, hip hop, UK garage, trap and Dance.

DJs LDNYaz, Yaz and Kaspa will be supplying the sounds, so get ready to party hard yet again under a sexy AF multicoloured LED light display, surrounded by London's finest queer women and non binary babes.

As we're partying in bizarre pandemic times, we want you all to feel safe whilst getting down to some serious tunege. As well as encouraging you to take a lateral flow test (free from pharmacies and Gov.uk) before you attend, we will have cute colour coded stickers for anyone who wants one with the following meanings;

Red: I just want to dance in peace, don't come over for enthusiastic conversation close to my face with your respiratory droplets.

Green: heyyy, I'm happy to chat/dance/laugh face to face (obvs if there's a vibe between us)

Limited 10 early bird tickets available for a short time only. Get these fast before they sell out.

Dress Code: your brightest, favourite colour.

Gay boy buddies welcome

No government photographic ID no entry

NO REFUNDS - unless the event is cancelled

Show proof of a positive NHS PCR test to transfer tickets to a future event.

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Mama Biashara
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