Scene News this week: Bucks Fizz at the RVT, George and Dragon, Her Upstairs

Bucks Fizz at the RVT

If you love ‘the Fizz’ then there’s some great news: next Thursday (9 Mar) Mike, Cheryl and Jay, formerly of Bucks Fizz, will be inviting you to The Land of Make Believe as they make their live debut at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Performing classic pop hits such as My Camera Never Lies, New Beginning and, of course, Making Your Mind Up, this will definitely be One of Those Nights. Get your advance tickets now from

Cabaret at the George and Dragon

It’s all go again this weekend at the George and Dragon as the Duchess welcomes a gaggle of cabaret stars to the Greenwich venue. Friday (3 Mar) sees the lovely Martha D’Arthur take to the stage while on Saturday (4 Mar) it’s that Northern chanteuse and raconteur Myra DuBois putting the world to rights. And on Sunday (5 Mar), pianist Ian Parker is joined by Kelly Mild for some musical fun.

Jeremy’s Challenge

For 2017, Jeremy Joseph from G-A-Y has set himself a Six Event Challenge to raise money for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. The first one is next Sunday (12 Mar) and it’s the Adidas Silverstone Half Marathon, and that’s followed next month by the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday 23 April with more events later in the year. He’s doing all the hard work, all you have to do is sponsor him at

Her Upstairs Go!

You can never accuse the team at Her Upstairs of not being down with the kids and this Friday (3 Mar) they present Gotta Snatch ‘Em All. This Pokémon flavoured night will be hosted by Meth and will feature the Foster Kids plus special guests Ruby Wednesday and DJ Tete Bang.

Heather Small at G-A-Y

Solo pop star, former Strictly contestant and voice of M People, Heather Small, will be at G-A-Y next Saturday (11 Mar). Expect to hear hits such as One Night in Heaven, Search for the Hero, Moving On Up and her solo anthem Proud

Miss Nightingale

Original British musical Miss Nightingale transfers to the Vaults in Waterloo for an eight-week run from Thursday 30 March. Set in 1942, it tells the story of two men struggling with being gay and the rise of a new singer at a club opening in war-torn London. Book your advance tickets from

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