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Diversity Role Model Fundraiser hosted by Girl Action sponsored by Gaydar Girls and g3 Magazine.

Saturday 3rd March 2012 9pm – 2.30am

Venue: Centro Club: 18 West Central Street, London WC1A 1JJ

The Girl Action team are thrilled to welcome you to the biggest show the lesbian London scene has seen for years as they host one almighty fundraiser for the Diversity Role Models Charity helping their essential work to prevent sexuality/gender based bulling in schools by educating all students about diversity.


Sponsored by Gaydar Girls and g3 magazine - ensuring a top class production whilst supporting a great cause you will be entertained by our gorgeous, sizzling stunt and dance troop ’GirlsRoc’ think Coyote Ugly empowerment, mixed with Pussy Cat Doll perfection, add fire to heat things up, then a splash of champagne for an extravagant edge – and voilá you have the GirlsRoc cocktail – an exceptional show of highly skilled acrobats and aerial performances will blow your mind.


For those looking for a more refined experience of the night and prefer a more sophisticated atmosphere whilst others party hard downstairs we have opened the Balcony bar for our MINT members, with ample seating and your own VIP bar overlooking the main dance area.


Showcasing the cream of the female DJ talent including Yvette Lindquist, MoniCa Dee, DJ Kacey, Miss Cupcake and special guest DJ from ‘Good Girls Gone Bad Dj Sipz C hitting the decks at the Centro club with its turbo-charged sound system, state of the art light and visuals – creating a more incredible clubbing experience, attitude free and a fun night out for everyone.


With all profits being donated to the Diversity Role Models, bring your girlfriends, mates, lovers and gay guys as we welcome you to a new LA inspired sensational clubbing experience.


Limited Early Bird tickets at just £5! Buy yours now from the link below before they sell out!




About the Charity.

Diversity Role Models work to prevent homophobic and gender based bullying in schools by educating all students about diversity. They use positive role models – gay, straight and transgender – to help LGB and T students feel confident and to ensure their classmates understand, accept and welcome the differences they notice in others.