Get ready for the party of a lifetime.

Founded in the mud pits of Secret Garden Party in 2012, Little Gay Brother was designed as a “sexy and safe” space for LGBTQ people to party without prejudice, and they’ve made a name for themselves with their elaborate shows, performances at festivals, and bi-monthly raves, all with an unapologetically queer nature.

Now, they’re taking residence at London’s iconic fabric nightclub, where they’ll host a brand new series of Sunday daytime parties. The first, taking place on Sunday 16 December from 3pm to 11pm, features headliners The 2 Bears, as well as resident DJs Maze & Masters and Terry Vietheer.

If you’re not clued up on the sheer brilliance that is Little Gay Brother, we’ve put together a handy guide for you.

Who are Little Gay Brother?

Little Gay Brother are a 100+ strong collective made up of performers, dancers, drag artists, DJs, set designers, lighting specialists, production managers and more. They’re a mix of gay, straight, queer, trans and gender non-conforming. Most importantly, they’re here for a good time.

It’s open to everyone. No exceptions.

Born to provide a space for LGBTQ people to party in safety, Little Gay Brother welcomes everyone from the community and their friends. “Our parties are places for everyone to dance, laugh, find a lover… or not,” they say. Sounds like our kind of party. There’s also a gender-neutral bathroom policy, to make sure everyone feels welcome.

The music policy? Non-stop bangers.

Little Gay Brother are known for their special guest DJs including Horse Meat Disco; Eats Everything; Hannah Holland; Skream; Dungeon Meat and many more. The collective say there’s a “special relationship” between the music and the performers on stage, who bring the music to life with their unique vision. Expect house, disco and techno. Just don’t expect any downtime.

Expect lewks for days.

The looks sported by the performers are a collaboration between Little Gay Brother and designer Felippe Johann. They take unconventional materials like laundry bags and Hi-Vis work wear and turn them into club-ready fashion that’ll make you green with envy. Oh, and they’re always matching, like a fabulous queer army.

The performances are wild.

True to their nature, Little Gay Brother’s new Sundays at fabric will feature all the madness you’d expect from one of their festival stages: Drag queens on treadmills, big looks, banging tunes, and some heavyweight DJ talent to soundtrack your night.

You can get tickets for Little Gay Brother’s first Sundays at fabric event on 16 December here.

Photos by Ayesha H
Laundry bag chic by Felippe Johann

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