Some things just go together: tea and biscuits, wine and cheese, brunch and Sundays. Brunch is one of those small pleasures in life that allows the fun from the weekend to continue. Otherwise, Sunday would just be pre-Monday, and weekends are short enough as it is. As July comes to a close this weekend, Soho’s 100 Wardour St. Restaurant & Club will be hosting their first LGBT brunch cheekily named Morning Glory, in association with the Terrence Higgins Trust to raise awareness of HIV and AIDs. Expect a brunch which is fuelled by Prosecco, dancing and delicious food – well who said Sundays need to be quiet?

You can expect performances by DJs Nate James and Fat Tony as well as Eurovision 2016 song contest winner, Jamala. There will also be three-course meals fully complete with starters, mains, and desserts and an option for unlimited Prosecco, or you can get straight onto the cocktails. It is important to note that this day-long event is quite exclusive as it is by reservation only. If you think about it, though, it isn’t often that you can get three meals, unlimited Prosecco, and dancing at one place.

Whether you are looking for an all-in-one event this weekend or just wanting to end July with a bang, you are just a reservation away.

Morning Glory Brunch takes place this Sunday, 31st July from 12:00pm to 6:00pm at 100 Wardour St. Restaurant & Club. Book online in advance.