Seven Days: Circa The Club goes late, Ruggercub at Two Brewers, The RVT, TANGA! and more

Circa The Club goes late

The great news from Alan and his team at Circa The Club is that from now until January the totes gorgeous venue will be open extra late until 5am every Friday and Saturday. So that’s more time to flirt with hot guys, relax in the stunning venue and throw shapes to those amazing DJs.

The Steelers’ Drag Race at the Brewers

This Friday (2 Nov) is Ruggercub at the Two Brewers and the night starts early at 7.30pm with the Steelers’ Drag Race when eight of those big butch Kings Cross Steelers rugby types will transform into fierce drag stars and fight it out in front of superstars Charlie Hides and Mary Mac, who will also be performing, to see who is crowned champ.

Pagano is back at XXL

This Saturday (3 Nov) the theme at XXL at super club Pulse is Bears, Cubs and Chubs and teaming up with those ferocious resident DJs in the main room will be our favourite Italian treat, the brilliant Pagano. Plus in that funky Fur Lounge you also get a pop and R&B mix from David Robson and Joe Egg.

Recon Fetish Comedy at The RVT

Next Thursday (8 Nov) the team from Recon present Fetish Comedy at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern. Hosted by horror starlet Baby Lame, this special one-off night will feature stand up from John Pendal, the leather Baptist boy, Carmen Ali discussing sex, dating, feminism and politics in her dark and dirty way, Simon Caine on sex, drugs and more plus hilarious bisexual magician and comedian Marcus Morgan. The dress code is gear up, but civvies welcome and it’s £10 on the door, doors open at 7pm.

DWNN at Sundowners

If you want a quiet and calm night of gentle humour then it’s probably best to avoid Sundowners in Margate this Saturday (3 Nov) as that all-singing, all-crazy, always-hilarious monster that is Drag With No Name will be ripping the place apart. We love DWNN, she takes no prisoners and this will be a fantastic night. You can find all the fun of Sundowners right on the Margate seafront in the Old Town at 1 Albert Terrace.

DJ FKA at White Swan

We know there’s brilliant DJs and cabaret on each weekend at the White Swan, and this Saturday (3 Nov) super hot DJ FKA is back from her world tour, but there’s also great stuff happening in the week. Every Wednesday it’s Speakeasy with new drag star Chanel No.5 with her exciting guest acts and this and every Thursday is the open mic night, CJ’s Piano Bar with CJ and Jackie DeRipper.

Piano bar at the G&D 

This and every Thursday you can experience something classy and fun at the George and Dragon in Greenwich when Ian Parker tickles the ivories and invites a special guest to sing some of their favourite songs. This Thursday (1 Nov) it’s the gorgeous Kelly Mild.

Coming soon: TANGA! does ABBA

We had the best time at the last TANGA! Party London and the fantastic news is that they are back soon, really soon, next Friday in fact (9 Nov) and this time they have the greatest pop group ever, the mighty ABBA as their theme. There will be performances, hot guys and the best pop music. Tickets available on and

Letitia Rose at The Yard, Coventry 

This Saturday (3 Nov) singing star Letitia Rose from The Voice UK will be appearing at the gorgeous Yard in Coventry. Plus there’s always an amazing fun crowd and some banging bops to shake a tail-feather to.

Get some Muscle Art

New artist Mark Edmonds is holding his inaugural exhibition of body sculptures from 2 – 4 November in Mile End. A former GB triathlete and professional sports masseur, Mark brings his many years knowledge of sports and physique together in a series of life size casts of real athletes. Torsos, buttocks, pecs and more are revealed in fine plaster detail then metallised or painted in a variety of naturalistic and fantasy finishes to create a fascinating body of work. MuscleArt Life Casting Sculptures by Mark Edmonds is at the Art Pavilion in Mile End Park.

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