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The Pussycat Dolls to celebrate National Student Pride with performance at G-A-Y Heaven

Nicole and co. and set to mark next weekend's celebrations in London with another fierce AF set.

2020-02-14

The Pussycat Dolls are set to continue giving the gays everything they want with a performance at G-A-Y Heaven to mark National Student Pride.

The newly-reformed girl group, who released the fierce AF video for comeback single 'React' last week, will deliver a set at the famous London venue following the daytime Student Pride festival at University of Westminster next Saturday (22 February).

With the free festival wristband (which you can get here ahead of the weekend), students are entitled to queue-jump at Heaven, £2.60 drinks on the night, and admission to the gig itself for just £8, charged on the door.

The Pussycat Dolls are just shiny jewel in the crown of a whole weekend of events planned for the 15th anniversary of National Student Pride, which will see an incredible line-up of speakers, drag superstars and LGBTQ experts deliver panels, talks and performances at University of Westminster, G-A-Y Late and G-A-Y Heaven from 21-23 February.

It all kicks off at G-A-Y Late next Friday (21 February) with an opening party featuring special guest performance from BBC’s RuPaul’s Drag Race UK legend Cheryl Hole, drag star Tayce and Drag King Mark Anthony. 

The Saturday daytime festival at University of Westminster's Marylebone Campus will play host play host to the UK's largest diversity careers fair, and explore sexual health, mental health and the representation of quieer womxn in a series of panels throughout the day.

 
 
 
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😱 @pussycatdolls are performing live at G-A-Y Heaven on Saturday 22nd Feb! ❤️ ... With your National Student Pride weekend wristband, get QUEUE JUMP and £2.60 DRINKS, just pay £8 on the door! 🙌😍 ... If you've already purchased an earlybird £5 wristband, you won't need to pay entry. 🏳️‍🌈 ... #PussycatDolls #StudentPride #lgbt #LGBTQ #GAYHeaven

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The sexual health panel will be hosted by Attitude editor-in-chief Cliff Joannou and feature guests including This Morning's Dr Ranj Singh, trans activist Charli Craggs, and Florence Schechter, Director and Founder of the Vagina Museum.

Closing the weekend will be 'Draglympics',  brunch with a twist hosted by Tia Koffi and Dolly Trolley at Uni of Westminer's Marylbone Campus - the perfect way to blast away those post-Pussycat Doll hangover cobwebs.

To get your free daytime featival or weekend wristband, simply click here now.