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7 Days: XXL Rugby, RVT and Ivy Winters at G-A-Y Porn Idol

Fantastic Bears and Where to Find Them

We do lovely a sporty bear and there’s going to be a whole sleuth of the furry beasts this Saturday (1 Apr) at XXL Rugby. These themed nights are always magic; thankfully muggles are welcome to join in the fun and get dancing to sizzling beats from those ferocious resident DJs who this week will be joined by the totes wizard Pagano.

Push the Button Like a Virgin

This Friday (31 Mar) those cheeky boys and girls from Push the Button will be coming over all True Blue at their Like a Virgin party at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. You can expect a ton of Queen Madonna’s hits, performances, sing-alongs and much more. Plus, come dressed as the Material Girl and you could win a prize! Get your advance tickets at eventbrite.co.uk now.

G-A-Y Porn Idol with Ivy Winters

The special guest judge this Thursday at G-A-Y Porn Idol is the marvellous Ivy Winters, who will be taking her place on that showbiz sofa alongside Baga Chipz and Mary Mac. If you want to strip for them just send a message to 07789 553868 or email info@g-a-y.co.uk.

Pride’s Got Talent at Ku Bar

The next heat of Pride’s Got Talent takes place this Sunday (2 Apr) at Ku Bar Leicester Square. Hosted by PGT’s queen bee, the lovely Michael Twaits, there will be a mix of top talent all hoping to impress the judges and the audience. 

All-new Sundays at the George & Dragon

There’s a brand new look to Sundays at the George and Dragon in Greenwich from this weekend when the fabulous Duchess and her gang welcome three big names to the stage. Super Sunday launches this weekend on Sunday 2 April and will feature star turns from Mary Mac at 6pm, Myra DuBois at 8pm and Miss Jason at 10pm. Woohoo!

Popcorn Sanctuary

This Monday (3 Apr) it’s another cool as cucumber Sanctuary Takeover at Popcorn, the Monday night thriller at Heaven. You will get amazing music from DJs GW Harrison, Zach Burns, James Bartlett and more. We love getting tech house and techno in that main room and these takeovers are always major – see you on the dancefloor!

Le Gateau Chocolat stars in Black

Black is the show from Le Gateau Chocolat that is an intimate exploration through song of his fears and battles with depressions. This beautiful show includes a wide range of music from classical to pop and is at Theatre Royal Stratford East from Tuesday (4 Apr) for four nights. Tickets can be booked at stratfordeast.com.

The AIDS Ark afterparty

AIDS Ark is a charity set up to help with providing HIV medication and supporting care. Their big fundraiser is Dinner For One, which takes place this Saturday (1 Apr). You can host a dinner and be part of the fundraising but there’s also an afterparty this year at the Playboy Club in Mayfair with an exclusive  performance from Jonathan Hellyer as the incredible DE Experience. Find details and book tickets at aidsark.org.

On yer bike

Spinder: The Social Cycle meets at the YMCA on Great Russell Street every Monday from 7.15pm. Expect a 45-minute spin class with a kick-ass atmosphere followed by a few drinks after. It’s £7.50 per class payable in advance via PayPal but please note that only payment of fee guarantees your place. Register your interest at rich allsop fitnesa.com/spinder.

Queer British Art opens at Tate Britain

Hot new exhibition Queer British Art, which marks the 50th anniversary of the partial decriminalisation of male homosexuality in England, opens at Tate Britain this Wednesday (5 Apr). Featuring works from 1861–1967 relating to LGBTQ identities, the show – which includes works such as The Critics (1927) by Henry Scott Tuke – explores how artists expressed themselves in a time when established assumptions about gender and sexuality were being questioned and transformed. tate.org.uk.

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