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London Scene News: An Almighty Night Out at The RVT

Thank the gay gods it’s Friday, especially when the gang from Anthem – Old Skool Reunion are at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. This Friday (10 Aug), Andy and the team present An Almighty Night Out, a celebration of Almighty, the UK’s most successful commercial remix team and highly respected label. There will be a special live show from Jill Saward, the voice behind Almighty hits from Jackie ‘O’ such as When You’re Gone, Wonderwall and our favourite Breakfast at Tiffany’s. You also get DJs Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs plus there’s a free Almighty CD giveaway. Sounds like a party to us! It’s on from 9pm until 5am and advance tickets are on sale at

#Madonna60 at The Grand in Clapham

Divas may come and go, but Madonna is eternal. She’s been having hits and ruling our lives since 1983 and next week our glorious leader turns 60. To celebrate, mega fan and promotor of the L-U-V MDNA parties, DJ David Robson, is throwing a very special party and we are all invited. Madonna – 60 Years of The Queen of Pop is on next Friday (17 Aug) at The Grand in Clapham. The playlist will be Madge all night and there will be performances by HERR, Cheryl Hole, Margo Marshall, Vanity Von Glow and Tayce. From Everybody to Rebel Heart and everything in between, this will be Something to Remember. Get your tickets at

A gaggle of  cabaret at G&D

We’ve decide that gaggle is the collective noun for cabaret acts and this weekend there’s a perfect example of said gaggle at the George and Dragon in Greenwich. Apart from the omnipresent Duchess you also get the marvellous Lola Lasagne on Friday (10 Aug) and Dave Lynn on Saturday. The gaggle peaks on Sunday with Mary Mac, Sandra and Miss Jason all bringing the big songs and big laughs.

Treat yourself at Above the Stag

If you haven’t been to see a production at Above The Stag in their impressive new home on the Albert Embankment in Vauxhall then have a word with yourself and get those tickets booked now. In the main theatre it’s Grindr: The Opera, a funny, exciting and actually quite moving musical exploration of ‘dating’ apps. Plus, in the smaller Studio theatre, it’s the comedy about a massage parlour called, appropriately, Happy Ending. Book tickets at

The Food Chain Walk 30 for 30

HIV charity The Food Chain kicks off their 30th anniversary year with a 30-mile fundraising walk along the Thames towpath on Saturday 15 September. It starts at Shepperton railway station and will end around London Bridge. You can sign up for the entire 30 miles solo, or take part as a relay team.The choice is yours, but they need each person to aim to raise at least £200. For more information and registration details, see

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