Nadim and his winning team are back at Heaven on Monday (16 Jan) with Popcorn Varsity. There will be thrilling sports themed shows including jocks, cheerleaders and football players with choreography by Kevin Jack and Connor Clifford, plus special guest DJ Mark-Ashley Dupe in the R&B room and special guest Ollie James along with key resident Zach Burns in the Sanctuary.
DE’s at the RVT
She’s mad, bad and most definitely hilarious to know. This Sunday (15 Jan) the one and only DE Experience is back for another sizzling Sunday Social at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Edna, aka Jonathan Hellyer, will be on stage at 5.30pm with musical assistance from her carer, DJ Simon Le Vans, and you also get amazing beats from Liam Chaplin and Sean Sirrs right through until midnight.
Tiffaney Wells at Mollys
If you want some fabulous cabaret then check out every Thursday at Molly Moggs, the small but beautifully formed Soho venue at the end of Old Compton Street, where the marvellous Tiffaney Wells is now the weekly resident at 9pm. We asked Ms Wells what we could expect and she told us: “I’m so happy to be performing every Thursday at one of my favourite places in the West End. I love Molly Moggs, it’s an amazing venue with a fantastic team. Every week we are going to have fabulous costumes, songs, medleys, comedy and sing-alongs. I can’t wait!”
Thank Friday it’s the Brewers
This Friday (13 Jan) is an action-packed one at the Two Brewers in Clapham. The madness kicks off at 8pm with the brilliant DE Experience in a special show in the Club Bar – tickets are only £7 and on sale now in the bar. Later on the guys from Enriched are back in the Club Bar when DJs Rich B and Phil Marriott take to the decks, plus there’s a live PA from hot Scottish boy band sensation Jack Robertson. And as if that wasn’t enough, in the Cabaret Bar you also get the one and only Rose Garden live on stage.
The HIV Monologues are back!
The HIV Monologues is the hard-hitting but also highly entertaining play by Patrick Cash that explores the world of gay dating and its relationship to HIV. There’s a three-week run happening in February at the Ace Hotel in Shoreditch, but from Monday (15 Jan) there are three shows at Theatre 503 on Battersea Park Road, SW11. Tickets are available from dragonfliestheatre.co.uk.
This weekend at Halfway
There’s another corker of a weekend ahead at the Boyz Award-winning Halfway II Heaven. On Friday (13 Jan) you get the brilliant Son of a Tutu and on Saturday (14 Jan) there’s a glorious line up including Mrs Moore, Rose Garden, The Vixens and DJ Justin Swift. Then on Sunday (15 Jan) Crystal D’Canter and Kelly Mild are back for another all-singing, all-laughing CK Sunday from 3.30pm.
Pixie’s birthday drinks
If you believe in fairies – and who doesn’t? – you’ll want to head to the Victoria in Walthamstow this Saturday (14 Jan) where promoter Pixie, aka Drinkerbell, will be celebrating her birthday with none other than Miss Jason providing the cabaret.
Strangers in Between
The Kings Head Theatre in Islington is currently staging another run of the 2016 hit play Stranger in Between. This engaging play tells the story of Shane who is 16, cute and scared, and his adventures when he flees his home in rural Australia for downtown Sydney. Tickets are available now from kingsheadtheatre.com.
An otterly oarsome workout
Gay men’s rowing team the London Otters meet at the Foundry at the Black Prince Community Hub in Vauxhall this and next Thursday for Mid-Week Land Training sessions. The hour-long sessions start at 8.15pm and include Olympic lifting and CrossFit-inspired workouts using barbells, kettlebells and more.
Dance yourself fit
There’s another trial class from the Gay Men’s Dance Company at Gymbox Covent Garden on St Martin’s Lane this Sunday (15 Jan). Email email@example.com to secure your space for just £10. Dancing starts at 2.45pm.