What a great place to support such a great cause.
There are lots of great acts on see below for details......
December 1st from 2pm
Please help support this great event....
Details of Event from @eagle bar event
As is tradition, Eagle flings it's doors open to the whole world and it's wife (as long as you're over 18 years of age) this World AIDS Day (Sunday 1st December 2019). Dame KY Kelly hosts our annual fundraiser which this year takes a 90's theme, with a DJ set from Gaydio's very own Matt Crabb. We've live performances from chart champions Baby D (Let Me Be Your Fantasy / I Need Your Lovin'), Cappella Official who brought the house down on our outside stage over Pride weekend - they'll be performing their top 10 smashes, 'U Got 2 Let The Music' and 'U Got 2 Know' + friend of the homo's kelly llorenna will also be making an appearance with her 90's anthems 'Set You Free' and 'Tell It To My Heart.' Not enough for you? We've full cabaret sets from Scotland's favourite drag export, Ms Mary Mac, who'll be performing alongside some true local talent and friends of Eagle Belinda Scandal, Misty Chance and Verry Cherry. Breakthrough boyband NXT GEN - dubbed as the next big thing after their succession to the semi finals of The Voice UK will be performing for y'all along with local lad and semi-finalist from this years Britain's Got Talent - Mr Rob King Music. Of course no Eagle party would be complete without a huge set from Jordan, and for the very first time Toni Lee will be performing too. Alongside all of this Mr Paul Walker Online will be getting the evening proceedings underway straight after the vigil too, where we will be serving free Mulled Wine and Mince Pies for everyone (when its gone, its gone). Finally, and adding her name to the party just in the nick of time - we are completely thrilled to welcome back the first ever act to perform on Eagle's stage - for one night only - yes, La Voix is back at Eagle for a full set. It'll be just like the days of yore. Whilst we won't be charging entry to anyone, we would ask that everyone brings a handful of change with them and puts something in the charitable buckets on arrival. All monies raised will go straight to the Manchester World AIDS Day Partnership which comprises of the villages very own LGBT Foundation and of course the George House Trust.