Three-hour-long drag Beyoncé bottomless brunch is coming to Liverpool

By Paul McAuley

A three-hour-long bottomless brunch inspired by Beyoncé is coming to Liverpool later this year.

Inspired by the pop icon, the event will see a range of chart hits being performed including Queen B's Single Ladies, Drunk in Love, Irreplaceable plus a selection of guilty pleasures.

Taking place at city centre venue Bierkeller in November, guests will also be treated to around 90 minutes of bottomless booze including cocktails, beer and prosecco alongside the entertainment with doors open from 11:30am.

Also on the menu will be eggs benedict with bacon, a full English breakfast or American styled pancakes to name a small sample

Former Britain's Got Talent contestant and drag queen Aaron Carty will be bringing his dance troupe for their own unique Beyoncé Experience to offer a true show-stopper for members of the Beyhive.

The adults only event encourages those attending to dress up and promises to "perform an explosive and high energy Beyoncé Experience on stage. "

Beyoncé Drag Brunch takes place on November 13 at Bierkeller, which can be found on 6-8 Thomas Steers Way in Liverpool ONE.

Tickets are priced at £45 per person with minimum booking of table for two up to a maximum of six people.

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