Readers Wifes

Club News

Posted on September 2, 2015


Friday 4th September: A:M

Pioneers of dance and debauchery A:M are back in vociferous Vauxhall this weekend, enforcing their deliciously dastardly reputation as this mad old city’s longest running after-hours party. Boundaries are pushed. Dancefloors are destroyed. Drinks are drunk. Pick out your best string vest and get on the Victoria Line!

Protocol London, 6 South Lambeth Place, SW8 1SP. 11pm – 11am. £4 before 1am with guestlist/concessions/flyer, £8 after.

Saturday 5th September: Duckie

Well, squeeze us and chuck us in the bath, it’s Duckie at the RVT! If ever the phrase “totes avant-garde” were appropriate to actually use in real life, it’d be to describe Duckie. Although we’re not sure if Duckie IS real life. It’s a paradox, a paragon, a polygon of polyamorous LUVVIN. Yes, luvvin. With two V’s. Deal with it. Resident DJs Readers Wifes will be spinning tunes while Father and Jay Cloth whore the door.

The Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY. £6 9pm – 2am.

 

Saturday 5th September: DaDa London Invasion

VFD is a very arty place. There are drawings of cocks on the walls of the toilets. And don’t quote us on this, but we’re fairly sure one of the bar staff is Jeff Koons in disguise. If THAT’S not arty, we’d like to know what is. But this weekend they’re going to be even artier than usual with the DaDa London Invasion. Dadaism stems from an early 20th century anarchic art movement based around anti-war politics. There’s going to be poetry and performance along those veins by a host of artists with names like Cristabell Cristo, Jazzman John and Karen Constance. Alliteration! We approve.

VFD, 66 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB. 6pm – 9pm. £3 entry.

 

Saturday 5th September: Homoelectric

It’s eclectic! It’s electric! It’s Homoelectric! A disco institution, and a pillar of the community. It’s by the gorge Jamie Bull, and he’s being joined by special guests who are yet to be announced; the suspense! Who might they be? Hannah Holland? John Sizzle? Baroness Warsi? Kirsty Allsopp? WHO KNOWS.

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

 

Saturday 5th September: XXL

Pop star, model, philanthropist and professional Jack Daniels drinker Ke$ha Rose has done many things. One of the things she’s done is record a song called ‘Boots And Boys’. And guess what, it’s about XXL! Okay, we don’t know that for sure, but it might as WELL be about XXL, because boots and boys are what’s there! It’s a classic club night out. It’s a PROPER gay club. The sort of joyful clubbing experience that will leave you soaked in sweat and all shagged out.

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

 

Saturday 5th September: Songs of Praise

It’s the last ever Songs of Praise! And no, we’re not talking about the Christian hymn show on BBC1. We’re talking about THE BIGGEST, THE BEST, THE GAYEST, THE EDGIEST, THE TWINKIEST, THE BEARIEST, THE OTTERIEST party in East London! It’s dope, it’s sick mate, it’s sick-ning. SO sick-ning that sometimes people actually ARE sick. So get on your knees (stop it) and pray bitches. With sets from Johnny Kalifornia and WeLovePop. Oh and Chris Camplin, who we won’t even bother describing, because people shouldn’t be that attractive. It’s JUST. NOT. FAIR. *throws Overload Sugababes EP case across bedroom*

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


 

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