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Bar News

Posted on April 16, 2014

 

TWO BREWERS

It’s another big weekend at the Two Brewers with Lady Imelda bringing plenty of campness (and undoubtedly a dress that weighs more than she does) to the stage. London’s Big Gay Band and La Voix make some noise in the club bar on the Saturday 26th before the Power of Three conjure some comedy on Sunday.

114 Clapham High Street, SW4 7UJ

 

THE VICTORIA 

Don’t miss The Victoria over the next Bank Holiday as they are ramping up the ante with super sparkling swinging-o-the-hips entertainment on Saturday 3rd May with cabaret superstar Miss Jason on the boards. After you’ve cackled and howled yourself silly like lubed-up putty in Miss Jason’s manicured fingers, you can enjoy the entertainment up North way in Walthamstow with beats courtesy of DJ Steveo.

 188 Hoe Street, Walthamstow, E17 4QH


KU BAR

So you just finished one Bank Holiday, are you ready for another? Ku Bar certainly are, with their infamous May Pole Dancing returning on Sunday 4th May, with some of the sexiest, hard-bodied male pole dancers in the whole of the capital swinging their hips around a thick pole (the gorgeous Ku Bar Boys know all about that), plus free shot boys, tops off behind the bar and Ku Klub open until 3am afterwards. That’s your next Bank Holiday sorted then!

 30 Lisle Street, Chinatown, WC2H 7BA 

 

HALFWAY TO HEAVEN

This weekend at Halfway to Heaven you can find Myra DuBois on Friday 25th April giving you her immense ‘Friday Night Live!’ with a special guest. Saturday 26th sees Rose Garden with her Saturday Market Swap Shop from 4pm, followed by Bears Downstairs with Justin Swift from 9pm. And finish off the weekend with Mrs Moore on Sunday 27th from 8pm.

7 Duncannon Street, Charing Cross, WC2N 4JF

 

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