S Club at RVT
There ain’t no party like an S Club party and next Thursday (1 Jun) Jo O’Meara, Bradley McIntosh and Tina Barrett from the pop super group S Club will be rocking the Royal Vauxhall Tavern in the latest of the much loved venue’s live music specials. Expect to be singing along to all the hits including Reach, Bring It All Back, Don’t Stop Movin’, Never Had a Dream Come True and many more. Order your advance tickets from vauxhalltavern.com today and get ready for your very own S Club Party!
Rupert Street DJs
For the bank holiday weekend the team at Rupert Street have drafted in a fantastic DJ line up, starting on Friday (26 May) with the Boyz Award-winning Zach Burns. On Saturday (27 May) it will be the turn of John Logan to pump out the funky house, plus the Soho bar will be open until 1am on both nights.
Cabaret at the G&D
The Duchess will be packing them in all bank holiday weekend at the George and Dragon in Greenwich, starting with Dave Lynn on Friday (26 May) and Martha D’Arthur on Saturday (27 May). And Sunday means you get three scene stars when Miss Jason, Myra DuBois and Tanya Hyde take to the stage.
The Duckie Family’s Queer Carnival
Next Saturday (3 Jun) the gang from Duckie are holding a special club event showcasing black and minority ethnic performers and DJs. The Duckie Family’s Queer Carnival will be at Rich Mix on Bethnal Green Road, E1 and will feature performance, DJs, films, soca and dancehall. Get tickets and more information at duckie.co.uk.
Make a date for Pride In London
The team at Pride In London have already been working hard on this year’s series of events and have confirmed that the theme is Love Happens Here. The Pride Festival takes place from Saturday 24 June to Sunday 9 July with the Parade in the West End and main events on Saturday 8 July 2017. Make a huge date in your diary now and check the website for more details, including information on how to volunteer if you want to help (prideinlondon.org).
The Masala Queens
Miss Meena and the Masala Queens is a brilliant new play by Harvey Virdi inspired by the British Asian drag queen community. It’s on a national tour right now and arrives at the Greenwich Theatre for four nights from Wednesday (24 May). Book your tickets now via rifcoarts.com.