Nineties star Denise Van Outen is inviting funlovers to join her for a disco brunch this August in Ingliston Estqre and Country Club in Bishopton – and she’s already excited about exploring the area.

The London born theatre star who this year celebrates the 30th anniversary of Nineties show The Big Breakfast on Channel 4, is hosting Scotland’s first Discolicious Brunch based on a concept created by Denise and her best pal Jemma Bolt.

The ultimate party on Sunday 27th August will see former Eastenders, Neighbours, Strictly and Dancing on Ice star Denise and her glam posse take over Ingliston Country Club for the big bash which plans to unite all on the dance floor.

As well as a glass of bubbly on arrival, guests will also enjoy a two course meal and an exclusive DJ set from Denise and Jemma as well as fun and frolics from one of Scotland’s foremost drag queens.

An excited Denise said: “I can’t wait to bring the party to Scotland for the first time. We will have lots of fun on the day with great food and drinks, music, and some frolics courtesy of my divas. One of my music producers comes from nearby and has told me how great a place Ingliston Country Club is.

Photo: Denise Van Outen

“I don’t go horse riding but it would be great to visit the beehive and some of the other beautiful attractions there. I’ve heard they make their own honey. Scottish crowds are always up for a giggle and this will be a fab event to blow away some the cobwebs. It’s also a safe space to dance for everyone.”

Ingliston estate’s new head of events manager Lynne McDermott who has worked in Ibiza, Dubai and at festival events throughout the world said: “Denise is bringing her brand new concept to Scotland for the first time and it’s the ultimate day out. We can’t wait to have her party in our new Grand Marquee, a permanent structure that can comfortably seat 500 people.

“Its splendid drapes and crystal chandeliers set a new standard in this much desired form of venue in Scotland.”

Tickets for the Discolicious Brunch which takes place from 2-8pm are on sale now, priced at £45 per person from

By Ricky Kelly

Main writer for Renfrewshire News

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