The Royal Vauxhall Tavern: Easter weekend

As the Spice Girls once said, “Spice up your life!”, and there’s enough variety on offer at the RVT over Easter to keep everybody entertained. Here we take a look at what’s on their bank holiday menu.

Holly Penfield Sings Judy Garland: Thursday 13 April, 7pm – 12am

To start the Easter weekend the RVT presents two classy divas for the price of one when the glorious Holly Penfield sings the songs made famous by the late, great Judy Garland. You can expect Over the Rainbow, Get Happy, The Trolly Song, The Man That Got Away and loads more.

Eurofest: Good Friday 14 April, 7pm – 3am

The gang from Eurofest are starting their Good Friday bash extra early so you can see the videos for all this year’s Eurovision before the main club party starts. Later on they have a live PA from Dinah Nah plus all the usual amazing Euro pop.

Duckie Eggs: Saturday 15 April, 9pm – 2am

The boys and girls from Duckie are going with the spot on theme of Eggs this Easter. There will be performances from dragster Tracey Ermine and arty eggy bird Mary Eddowes, plus it’s Amy Lamé herself on the decks as those Readers Wifes are on their hols.

Sunday Social with The DE Experience: Easter Sunday 16 April, 3pm – 3am

Indulge yourself in a special Easter Sunday 12-hour extended Sunday Social where inside that delicious RVT shell you’ll find the delicious DE Experience plus DJs Simon Le Vans, Andy Almighty, Liam Chaplin and Sean Sirrs. Yummy!

Retro Monday with Trannie Lennox: Bank Holiday Monday 17 April, 3pm – 12am

The Anthem gang are back for another Retro Monday when DJs Simon Le Vans, Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs will be joined by another marvellous creation from Jonathan Hellyer, Trannie Lennox. But who is Trannie Lennox? Jonathan explains: “Trannie Lennox is the love child of Billy Connolly and Annie Lennox who brings Braveheart Gaga realness to the RVT. A sweet, silver sprayed, spangled jazzabelle channelling Bowie, Bolan and Brel into the most timeless lyrics ever written. She’s living proof that There Must Be An Angel. She’s a Starman. She’s a Metal Guru. A camp vamp. And she’s her father’s daughter!”

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