I went to a West End Drag Show brunch at a modern wine bar in Liverpool Street and by the end I was laughing and dancing.

Back by popular demand is the popular West End Drag Show Brunch, which was formerly hosted at The Folly.

Brunches take place on Saturdays and Sundays on selected weekends until December 17, with a different line-up of performers during each show.

From comedy to live songs, and dancing to lip syncs, each performer has their own individual style, so you’re always kept on your toes.

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What you need to know

You can either opt for a ticket for the show alone at £25 per person, or for £49.95 you can also have a two-course brunch and welcome drink.

For guests who feel like going bottomless you can opt for 90 minutes of bottomless drinks for an additional £25 per person.

The next two shows will be on Sunday, November 26 and Sunday, December 17 with a Christmas special.

The Otherist is located a five minute walk from Liverpool Street which is accessible by train and tube.

The bar has a very relaxed feel with a mix of high and low tables, and space for the performers to move around you.

The food

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The menu features a range of brunch options, including vegan friendly options like the Fried chicken and malted waffle with honey and sour cream, or their Superstraccia & Nduja tortellini made with Vegan superstraccia cheese, vegan nduja, pumpkin velouté, baby spinach & seeds.

They also had a range of sweet treats like the Chocolate Brownie and the Apple and Winter Berry Crumble.

Alongside the food they also had a good selection of alcoholic drinks, including cocktails and brunch cocktails like Bellini’s and Mimosas.

There are 13 different cocktails to choose from, including classics like the Mojito or Martini, so you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Or if you don’t drink alcohol, they also have a range of non-alcoholic drinks and mocktails to choose from.

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The food was really well done, and they only have a small menu with seven mains and three desserts to choose from, so the food was cooked very well and tasted good.

I tried the fried chicken with malt waffles and it was so delicious - savoury but sweet and a really hearty option to have before beginning with the drinks.

The acts

There was a real variety of acts, from singing to dancing to side-splitting comedy.

Anyone who loves a bit of fun will also be able to get involved, as the Drag Queens also love to invite guests up at the end for a spot of audience participation.

I went during their Halloween Special, which featured songs from The Rocky Horror Show and Hocus Pocus, along with Halloween themed costumes.

All in all, if you’re looking for a fun afternoon with your friends, planning a celebration or just love the sparkle of the theatre and good food, you need to add this to your list of things to do this Autumn/Winter.