Love Island, but make it gay – London’s first LGBT+ beach party is this Sunday
It’s at a brand new human-made beach by the South Bank
London has many things. It’s got a cable car line. It’s got Europe’s tallest building. It’s got 237 branches of Pret. But one thing it’s never had is a decent beach – UNTIL NOW.
Just in time for summer, which finally arrived last week after um-ing and ah-ing for most of June, a gorgeous man-made beach has opened down by the South Bank.
Just next to the National Theatre, the 5000 square foot Super Paradise Beach club is made up of three bars, a dance floor, 12 cabanas (we love a cabana) and 30,000 tonnes of imported sand!
On Sunday 14th July they’re throwing their doors open and getting you to throw in the towel with a big camp sandy LGBT+ party!
There’ll be cocktails with umbrellas in, drag queen DJs and hot bar staff on rollerskates – all very Miama circa 1979.
Plus there’s glitter and makeover stations, life size games and huge inflatables. We love a huge inflatable!
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