Big Brass Brunch Brings Live Brass, Drag, Burlesque, Street Food, and Bottomless Prosecco to Hackney

The event will take place on Saturday May 20th.

MATILDA THE MUSICAL Announces West End Extension; See New Footage From the Show!

Big Brass Brunch is rolling into Colour Factory at Hackney Wick on Saturday May 20th with all the Prosecco you can drink, a vivacious drag host, mouth watering street food and a full-on live brass soundtrack to make for the most entertaining afternoon in the capital. Tickets including show entry, Prosecco and a table seat are just £25 or £12 without the booze from

There is nothing shy or reserved about Big Brass Brunch; it does exactly what it says on the tin and will fill your belly with bubbles, your heart with laughter and your ears with joy. Your host for all this is award-winning comedy burlesque act and drag artist Lolo Brow who has a wide range of skills from cracking whips to cracking gags, fire performance and will ensure your afternoon passes with an unforgettably outrageous bang.

The full-on live show comes from the popular and high-energy No Limit Street Band, a party-starting seven-piece brass collective that has worked with everyone from Nile Rodgers to Diplo and Dancing on Ice. They bring their own famous brass twist to pop gems, r&b hits and floor-filling classics. Expect brass renditions of Spice Girls, Red Hot Chilli Peppers, George Ezra, Gala, Michael Jackson, A-ha, Whitney Houston and The Weekend amongst other party anthems.

The venue for this is the multi-functional Colour Factory in Hackney Wick, an effortlessly cool, culturally diverse and welcoming space where people are free to express themselves, sip on cocktails and soak up the vibrant atmosphere. For those wanting it, bottomless Prosecco is available for 60 minutes and included in the £25 ticket price, while a wide array of fresh and carefully curated street food brings the brunch element and ensures you are well-fuelled for the fun.

Food is ordered direct from the amazing onsite traders including banging beef burgers, fried chicken and dirty fries with flaming hot Jalapenos, Spanish chorizo, Chipotle mayo and hot BBQ sauce from Burger and Chop, Greek Gyros and Souvlaki from Pittagoras and the UK's only 100% vegan hog roast with all the trimmings from The Hogless Roast.

With all that in-store you'd be mad not to roll in, fill up and get down this May, at the first of many colourful and crazy Big Brass Brunches. Get your tickets now at;


Full Cast Set for THE TEMPEST at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and the Unicorn Theatre announced the full cast and creative team for The Tempest re-imagined for everyone aged six and over, revised and directed by Jennifer Tang. Learn how to purchase tickets!

Review: I FOUND MY HORN, Riverside Studios

In a new revival of I Found My Horn at west London’s Riverside Studios – co-written by Jonathan Guy Lewis and Jasper Rees, both lapsed horn players ­­– the audience is provided with ample reasons to think about taking up that violin, double bass or even fiendishly tricky French horn again.

Sir Cameron Mackintosh Awarded Freedom of the City of London

The world’s most prolific producer of musicals in theatre history has received the Freedom of the City of London at Guildhall today (June 1), in recognition of his outstanding contribution to musical theatre.

Indhu Rubasingham Steps Down As Artistic Director Of Kiln Theatre

Kiln Theatre has announced that Indhu Rubasingham will step down as Artistic Director of the company, leaving early 2024, having led the company for over a decade.



Recommended For You