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Board the iconic train at London Victoria Station for a journey with more than a dash of the theatrical. Take time to admire your exquisite art deco surroundings as you settle into your plush seat. A three-course brunch, served at your private table, is accompanied by a sparkling Bellini and even more effervescent entertainment. Sit back and soak up the energy as our outrageous queens – Cheryl Hole, Vanity Milan and Kitty Scott-Claus – make their way through the carriages for a drag brunch like no other. Arriving in Brighton, enjoy free time to explore the cosmopolitan city. Why not join the thousands of people lining the streets to watch the annual Pride LGBTQ+ Community Parade? This year’s theme is Love, Protest & Unity. The all-singing, all-dancing carnival of colour begins at 11:00, when it wends its way from Hove Lawns along the city’s main streets to Preston Park. Expect a busy, exhilarating day with over 300,000 people expected to attend over the course of the weekend. After the festivities, we ask you to make your own way back to the centrally located station 10 minutes prior to the scheduled departure time on your ticket. The entertainment continues as you’re welcomed back on board with a glass of chilled champagne. Make yourself comfortable and savour a delicious three-course dinner with half a bottle of wine as you travel back to London. British Pullman operates within the constraints of the railway network. As such, timings, routes and associated itineraries are subject to change.
The lovechild of Elaine Paige, Gemma Collins, Kimberley Walsh and Jennifer Coolidge, Kitty Scott Claus is the stage name of Louie Westwood. The all- singing, all-dancing finalist of RuPaul's Drag Race UK season three, Kitty delivered a performance that smacked with equal measures of cheek, brilliance and genuine tenderness.
Synonymous with their eccentric stage names, Kitty Scott-Claus understood the assignment when it came to creating her second identity as a Drag Queen. "I have a large array of funny catch phrases and funny voices — and I realised that whenever someone was being a bit catty, I always used to say 'ooh saucer of milk…. This kitty's got claws!" And so that's how Kitty Scott-Claus was born!"
Christopher Adamson, better known by their stage name Vanity Milan, is a British drag queen best known for competing on the third series of RuPaul's Drag Race UK. Vanity says she is not a diva, instead she serves "unapologetic blackness", with lots of her style deriving from her upbringing in South London.
Cheryl Hole, the self proclaimed 'Mediocre' queen of Essex is anything but Mediocre. Cheryl embodies heart, warmth and stupidity all with a huge grin on her face. After storming into the Top 4 on Rupaul's Drag Race UK in 2019, Cheryl has been unstoppable as the hustling diva, performing up and down the country and entertaining globally on her social media platforms.
Cheryl has accomplished big achievements in the last two years such as the face of Virgin Media's Christmas campaign, a regular queen on the Netflix 'I Like To Watch' Youtube series and has two successful seasons of her hit podcast, Girl Group Gossip, where Cheryl and her special co-host for the week discuss in depth iconic girl groups past and present.
Recently, we saw Cheryl swapping walking in heels for wellington boots as she spent two weeks on a North Yorkshire farm and was the Runner-Up on MTV's 'Celebs on The Farm' as well as other TV credits such as Celebrity Juice, Comedy Central's 'Your Face or Mine' and BBC's Strictly Frocked Up. It is clear that nothing is going to stop our Cheryl and we cannot wait to see what the future holds for the true Queen of Essex.