Seven Days

Seven Days: IOW Pride, XXL, George and Dragon, The RVT and more

Isle of Wight Pride 

This Saturday (21 Jul) the second annual Isle of Wight Pride happens on the sun drenched island just off the South Coast. The fun starts as soon as you step off the ferry with a parachute display at 11am followed by the Parade at midday. The main event is on Ryde Harbour Beach and will have a funfair, stalls and different stages with loads of acts of all different kinds including a performance by Conchita Wurst. Last year’s event was loads of fun and this looks like being even better. Go to the website at for more details including how easy it is to get from London to the island.

XXL Lumberjack 

Picture this: it’s Saturday night, and you’re in a hot, dark place surrounded by frisky bears and wood. The only thing to do is get out your chopper and shout ‘Timber!’ This Saturday (21 Jul) all this and more will come true at Pulse as it’s XXL Lumberjack when DJ Fat Tony is back alongside residents Paul Morrell, Alex Logan, David Robson and Joe Egg to keep the blokes, bears and hotties dancing.

Cabaret in Greenwich 

We love the George and Dragon in Greenwich where The Duchess and her minions always have something fun on offer. This weekend it all kicks off with Martha D’Arthur on Friday (20 Jul) and carries on with soul music due on Saturday. On Sunday you get three bundles of joy with Dave Lynn, Mary Mac and Miss Jason all bringing the mirth and music.

It’s all happening at The RVT 

As always it’s a glorious mixed buffet of tasty treats at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern this weekend. It starts on Thursday (19 Jul) with the return of Dusty Limits with his cabaret show, Life and I, which is also the launch of his new album. On Friday there’s two events, starting at 7pm with Barbara Brownskirt previewing her Edinburgh show Who Do You Think You Are? And that’s followed at 10pm by the sexy dudes and cheeky chaps at Beefmince for beary clubbing fun. Saturday is, of course, the glorious Duckie and at Sunday Social it’s the one and only Myra DuBois.

Cybil’s House Second Birthday 

This Saturday (21 Jul) Cybil War and her gang of party freaks will be celebrating two years of amazeballs parties at the White Swan by turning the lights down and the music up. Blackout will see the Limehouse venue covered in black lights to create a glowing UV playground for your wildest neon dreams. There will be amazing performers, DJs and one of the best crowds you will find anywhere. Tickets from

Get happy at She Soho

She Soho is the gorgeous all-girl bar run by the Ku Group located under Ku Soho with its entrance on Old Compton Street. It’s a mega friendly, cool and stylish venue that has amazing female DJs all through the week and weekend, plus it’s Happy Hour every day until 8pm with selected drinks for just £3.

Felix Le Freak is at Halfway

This Friday (20 Jul) at 10pm the amazing Felix Le Freak, winner of Drag Idol 2018, will be performing at Halfway II Heaven, which is the venue she represented in the contest, so this is bound to be a special show. Plus don’t forget it’s Cabaret Saturday from 4pm and CK Sunday bring your weekend to a glorious climax.

Thank God it’s Circa 

Circa: The Club is the hot new venue located next to Embankment Tube station and it’s open this Friday (20 Jul) and Saturday until late. Not only do you get a team of brilliant house music DJs but also an impressive venue and a sexy crowd of boys and girls of every kind.

Gonna make you sweat 

Birmingham’s Unit 2 Sauna is located in the heart of city’s Gay Village and features a steam room and Jacuzzi as well as dry sauna, large screen cinema and restrooms. Open from midday until 11pm seven days a week, it’s well managed and very clean – check it out!

Sing and you’re winning

The UK’s leading, fully choreographed drag cabaret venue, the Viaduct Showbar in Leeds, hosts Cash Karaoke with Connie Mae every Tuesday from 8pm. Expect cash prizes for singing and 2 pints all night long!

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