Attention South Ealing massive! Prepare yourselves for a party of epic proportions of Saturday 21st July, as West 5 celebrates an amazing 14 years of serving pints to the local community and gayers from all over London Town. Intrigued? Here’s what you can expect…

West 5 has always been a haven of fit, up-for-it party boys, madcap parties, community events and top cabaret divas across a huge main room, campylicious piano lounge and large garden, home to many charity events and BBQs. To celebrate fourteen years of fun, they’re going all out with a rosta of entertainers from all over the capital and, indeed, the world.

To name but a few, you can expect to see Simon Bell, Drag Divas, Titti La Camp, Misty Lee, CJ, Lady Imelda, Son ofa TuTu, Rose Garden, Dolly Diamond, PopstarzTanya Hyde and Baga Chipz, Adora Dix, Mandy Gap, Lola Lasagne, Adora Dix, Martha, Gloria Swansong, Wilma Fingadoo, Asifa Lahore and so many more.

Your ringmistress (tee hee) for the evening will be the divine Sandra, who will be hosting the outside stage between 2pm and 8pm, where there’s also three crazy Olympic events – hand bag tossing, condom blowing and lap dancing! There’s also a Pimms tent, BBQ and raffles and, best of all, it’s all raiding money for the Food Chain charity.



• The West 5 14th Birthday Party takes place on Saturday 21st July from 2pm-3am at Popes Lane, South Ealing, W5 4NB. 




The Food Chain exists to ensure people living with HIV in London can access the nutrition they need to get well, stay well and lead healthy, independent lives.

They deliver meals and groceries, offer cookery and nutrition classes and communal eating opportunities to people living with HIV in London and their dependents. Hundreds of volunteers deliver their services, supported by a staff team of just eight.

Each service user receives a Personalised Nutrition Care Plan designed specifically to meet their needs. By offering a tailored package of support, they can help people to lead healthy, independent lives, via grocery deliveries, cookery classes, communal eating and musch more.

 • You can find out more about The Food Chain, donate or apply to be a volunteer at www.foodchain.org.uk.