Wilton’s – the world’s oldest surviving music hall – will play host to an exclusive Halloween party for gay London professionals on Saturday night.
The party has been arranged by Village Drinks, the leading social community group for gay professionals, which will host a champagne reception and party in support of the Elton John AIDS Foundation at this London architectural gem, now listed among the planet’s 100 most culturally significant endangered buildings.
Guests at the party are being treated to live entertainment from the famous drag act, the Globe Girls, and will even get the opportunity to have their tarot read by a private psychic.
Neil Spring, co-founder of Village Drinks, said: “As this year marks the fourth anniversary of our group, we wanted to do something extra special to celebrate Halloween. Wilton’s is a special venue for a special night. And we can’t wait to get in there!”
All guests at the party will be admitted for free to an after-party at the elite club, Shadow Lounge and, on Sunday, will be admitted to the Elton John Aids Foundation Halloween Revival Party at the Kensington Roof Gardens.
Tickets to the Halloween party are available at http://www.villagedrinks.co.uk/gay_events_151.htm and must be reserved in advance.