Bless Up Bottomless Brunch

Presented by Brothers BBQ and Bush Theatre
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The Bless Up Bottomless Brunch is all about coming together and celebrating a love of good food and good music.

Although the event is socially distanced, there will be no shortage of funky tunes, brought to you by your host and soundtrack providers; Mixmaster DJ & K Pryme.

Enjoy UK Garage, Hip Hop, R&B and Dancehall classics from the comfort of your table while tucking in to delicious BBQ wings or vegan alternatives and enjoying your bottomless cocktails or prosecco.

There will also be exciting street food options such as the famous Brothers BBQ Sweet Love Burger, Boneless BBQ Jerk Chicken with rice and peas, Korean Cauliflower Wings (vegan) or the incredible sweet Waffle Creation: Nutella or Biscoff Spread topped with Oreos and white chocolate.

Please note bottomless wings and cocktails are for a 90 minute slot from the moment you’re seated.

Tickets are only available as tables of either 2 or 4. Please follow the latest government guidance on eating or drinking out and be aware that each table is distanced by 1m+ from other groups.
This is a past event


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