Club News

Posted on May 25, 2016

Friday 27th May: Garden Of Eden 

As The Glory’s press officer Jack Cullen once so eloquently said on Twitter – “It’s Gwen Stefani featuring Eve, not Adam and Eve!” We can see why he’s their press officer, because it’s a perfectly suited quote to accompany The Glory’s GARDEN OF EDEN party! In honour of bank holiday, The Glory are transforming into a paradise, a paragon, a queer utopia…a miracle-laded oasis of turquoise waterfalls and round, rosy apples. Or at least, John Sizzle’s turquoise cape, and round, rosy arses. Basically the same thing. As well as Sizzle there’ll be Terry Vietheer spinning tunes, and A Man To Pet spinning away from you.

The Glory, 281 Kingsland Road, E2 8AS. 9pm – 2am. Free before 10pm, £5 after.  


Friday 27th May: A:M Black Party

A:M is the best way to end your week and start your weekend, with twelve hours, six DJs and two rooms! Doors open at 11pm on Friday night, and the party continues all the way until 11am on Saturday morning. A:M has cemented itself as one of London’s most sought-after nightlife destinations!

Fire, 6A South Lambeth Road, SW8 1SP. 11pm – 11am. Adv tickets £8, or £13 OTD.


Friday 27th May: Le Cock

Cock, cock, cock! Bloc, Bloc, Bloc! It’s Le Cock at East Bloc! Fast becoming one of East London’s best go-to Friday nights, it’s fun vibes and dirty dancing, with a house, disco, pop and italo mash-up. This week they’ve got special guest DJ, W Jeremy, as well as Martyn Fitzgerald and Jeffrey Hinton.

East Bloc, 217 City Road, EC1V 1JN. 11pm – 6am. £5 before 12:30, then £10. 


Friday 27th May: Savage

Savage is one of the city’s most exciting new nights! Well it’s not new anymore actually, it’s quite well-established. It all kicks off at Metropolis Gentlemen’s Club, with drag queens sliding down poles, fashionable twinks gyrating on each other, drinks being spilt on leather…it’s bloody LIT! Yes!

Metropolis Gentlemen’s Club, 235 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9NN. 11pm – 5am. £5.


Saturday 28th May: Bear Pride

GRRR!! If you go down to XXL on Saturday you’re in for…BEAR PRIDE! XXL is quite beary anyway, so it’ll be SUPER beary for their Bear Pride celebrations. Bears are great. They love a dance, they love a beer, they love a croissant. And it’ll be so major at XXL, it’s a bear cave of sonorous dancing delights! Unmissable! Wayne G will be on the decks as always! Grrr!

Pulse Nightclub, 1 Invicta Plaza, SE1 9UF. 10pm – 7am. £8 for members, £15 for guests.


Saturday 28th May: Lazertitz

It’s lazers! It’s tits! IT’S LAZERTITZ! Yes! One of Dalston Superstore’s most debaucherous, celestial parties. With neon and lights and neon lights! We love old D-Swizzle, and it’s particularly fun on their Lazertitz nights. They’ve superstar celesbian DJ Hannah Holland on the decks, as well as Bica, Cathal and Violet, and The New Sins’ Lou Hayter. 

Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB. 9pm – 4am. 


Saturday 28th May: R&She

R & She are at a new, bigger venue this time around, because they were so popular last time that it was packed! They’ve moved to super trendy Old Street haunt Trapeze Bar. Hooray! R & She is so major, it’s a perfect night of dancing to hip-hop hits from the 90’s and beyond. With DJs Neil Prince and QBoy.

Trapeze, 89 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HX. 10pm – 3:3am. £4 before 11pm, £7 after.


Saturday 28th May: Sexcircus

Sexcircus is coming to London! *Cracks whip*. Yes! For the whole of this weekend a salacious circus of debauchery will be descending on the capital. The main event is the Sexcircus Main Party at Fire on Saturday. It’ll be dirty, sexy, fetishy fun. Just totally mad and brilliant. They’ve got a host of performers including Peto Coast, who is our absolute fave! So sexy. So yeah, dig out your jock strap and get down to Fire.

Fire Nightclub, 39 Parry Street, SW8 1RT. 11pm – 6am. You can buy a Sexcircus Weekender ticket that’ll get you entry to all events across the whole weekend, from £38.50. Or if you just fancy the main event at Fire, it’s £22. Go to for more info.


Saturday 28th May: Sports Bolt

Sports Bolt is back at Vauxhall’s notorious den of debauchery, The Hoist! It’s a new sportswear fetish night! You can wander around to the techno trance, or get down and dirty with some footie-kitted lads. Hot! It’s a very strict dress code, but you can turn up in anything from trackies to full wresting gear, so the world’s your oyster!

The Hoist, Arches 47b and 47c, South Lambeth Road, SW8 1SR. 10pm – 4am. £15. 


Sunday 29th May:  Brut Bank Holiday Bearnanza

Those burly beary Brut boys are back for husky, hairy hedonism! This preview is all about alliteration! Apparently. Brut’s aesthetic is all about urban, gritty sexiness. Big, deep intense beats on the soundsystem, and big, deep, intense stares at people across the dancefloor. It’s held at one of the best venues in London too. The Steel Yard is the pinnacle of threateningly sexy city vibes, perfect for an event like Brut. Get on board bitches.

The Steel Yard, All Hallows Lane, EC4R 3UL. 10pm – 6am. Adv tickets £15.


Sunday 29th May: Matinée

In honour of the Sexcircus weekend, Matinee is making its debut at The Coronet in Elephant and Castle, for a sexy, seductive and excessive show! They’ve got ice cannons, confetti, pyrotechnics, performers! It’s gonna be breathtaking! They’re making it a weekend affair too. The one at the Coronet is Matinee Pervert on Sunday 29th May, and then beforehand they’re kicking things off with their Matinee Terrace Party, a daytime event at Ministry of Sound. A host of the scene’s best DJs will be doing sets across both events, to a crowd that’ll probably be the hottest in London. That’s what we like to hear!

Matinee Terrace Party: Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, SE1 6DP. Midday – 9:30pm.
Matinee Pervert: The Coronet, 28 New Kent Road, SE1 6TJ. 9pm – 7am. Joint tickets available for £15. Go to for more info.  


Sunday 29th May: Chapter 10

Chapter 10 is returning to Hackney Wick this bank holiday Sunday with two major guests to steer you towards sunrise. They’ve got superstar and purveyor of house/techno/disco fusion, DJ Midland. They’ve also got techno mainstay Freddie K, who’s internationally renowned from Berghain to Brixton. There’ll also be residents Dan Beaumont and Charlie Porter. Get down there, it’s gonna be major!

Bloc, Unit 3, Autumn Yard, E3 2TT. 11pm – 6am. Tickets £16 adv.


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