Club News

Posted on February 25, 2015

27/02/15: G-A-Y CAMP ATTACK introduces ‘Life Before Rihanna & Beyonce’

There are now four rooms of music at G-A-Y Camp Attack! In Room 1 there’s 70s/80s/90s/2000s to 05; Room 2 sees 2004 to the present day; and Room 3 is ‘It’s Showtime’ with a chance to perform at 1am. The new boy on the block is Room 4 featuring all those classic RnB jams from years past with ‘Life Before Rihanna & Beyonce’… aka ‘Life Before RnB’ – get it?

Heaven, under the Arches, Villiers Street, Charing Cross, WC2N 6NG. 10.30pm-5am. Free entry wristbands available from G-A-Y Bar. 


27/02/15: LATINA CODE 

Exilio has been introducing Latin music and culture to the LGBT community since 1996. It’s a one-of-a-kind ‘Latin House Party’ and people come to Exilio to have fun, to dance to salsa, merengue, bachata, cumbia, Latin House and some commercial music, too. Exilio’s resident DJ G will be joined later their very own Miss Cupcake, the Queen of the Decks, who’ll be spinning dance and classic party floor-fillers, twisted remixes and anything to keep the red hot blood pumping until 3am! Arrive before 10.30pm to take advantage of the cheap drinks deals.

Labels, 23 Frith Street, Soho, W1D 4RR. 9pm-3am. £5 before 10pm, £8 after. 


27/02/15: A:M 

Every Friday night/Saturday morning your Saturday morning afterhours has been revolutionised to give you a party that’ll get you enjoying your liberty down the Vauxhall way all night long! This week, enjoy commercial house from Fabio Luigi and Terry Bryan, the turbocharged Deep South Soundsystem of Massimo Paramour, Paul Heron and Dmitry Strigun. Hosted by Louise Port with a door patrol of Ian Turner.

Protocol, 6a South Lambeth Place, Vauxhall, SW8 1SP. 11pm-11am. £3 before 1am with QX advert, £7 before 6am with QX advert, £12 others. 


28/02/15: G-A-Y ‘MEAN GIRL’ PROM

As part of National Student Pride, relive your favourite teen movie with a Mean Girls style school prom! Who will be crowned Prom King, Queen & Mean Girl? Just don’t do a Regina George and get mown down by a bus, it aint gonna win you no sympathy vote!

Heaven, under the Arches, Villiers Street, Charing Cross, WC2N 6NG. 10.30pm-5am. Discounted entry wristbands available from G-A-Y Bar.


28/02/15: SAVAGE

There’s a new Saturday weekly club night from the Sink the Pink lot in town, with pole-dancing trannies, and international DJs on rotation including Raf Daddy, Jonjo Jury, Josh You Are, Gaff-E, Severino plus more. If you’ve been to the venue of the Metropolis Strip Club before you know to expect: glorious fun, bizarre antics and hedonistic partying all night long!

Metropolis Strip Club, 235 Cambridge Heath Road, E2 9NN. 11pm-5am. £5.



Get your Gatsby out! It’s a night of roaring 1920’s at Soho’s most exclusive club. Host Johanna Londinium will be serving her finest flapper looks while DJs AttackAttackAttack and Andrew Elmore provide the tunes to have you doing the Charleston! Or maybe that’s just the sloe gin…

The Shadow Lounge, 5 Brewer St, W1F 0RF. 10pm-3am. £10.



Winter’s gone, Spring is here, the sun is warmer and the days are longer, come celebrate in the night at Barcode’s ‘Rites of Spring’! Helping to evoke the Spirit of Spring will be Borja Pena, Mattias Dabo, Chris Barker and Alex Georgiou with Raul Pony, La Pequena and Deborah Ombres.

Barcode, 69 Albert Embankment, Vauxhall, SE1 7TP. 9pm-super late. Free before 10pm, £8/10 after, special £6 with QX ADVERT before midnight


28/02/15: R & SHE

Are you looking for a little aphrodisiac this weekend? Wanna feel on Top of the World? QBoy, David Oh and Neil Prince are here to give you another tasty shot of R & She down at the aptly named Tipsy. They’ll be serving Brandy, Monica and every other Queen of the hip-hop game you can name. Get down there early, cuz this joint is jumpin’….er, jumpin’.

Tipsy, 20 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XN. 9pm-3am. FREE before 10pm/£5 after.



Sick of pretending to enjoy po-faced house music every weekend? Straight Nasty is the unapologetic pop party for sissy boys and sassy girls, serving up shameless pop anthems from Holly Valance to Nicki Minaj, Geri Halliwell to J Lo, it’s a pristine selection of grimy and gorgeous pop that you can really sink your tits into…

Vogue Fabrics, 66 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB, 10pm-3am. Free before 11pm/£5 after.



For the closing party of Camden’s LGBT History Month 2015, The Gala Parlour presents Jimmy Somerville! Book your free tickets now for a true end of February treat with superstar Somerville, plus music and performance from the iconic Al Pillay, star of Channel 4’s ‘The Comic Strip Presents’ and ‘Eat the Rich’. Hosted by Sandra, the night features Ida Barr, Trudy Howson, Mzz Kimberley and tops DJs Jonathan Kemp, Sadie Lee and Alexander Price. Plus, prizes for the best historical outfit worn!

Conwat Hall, 25 Red Lion Square, WC1R 4RL. 7pm-late. Free.



Hosted by The Legend That Is Miss Stein, featuring DJs Chicken, Sven Jon and Nexus-K, Transister is a night for trans, queers, allies and admirers, safe exploration, socializing and dirty dance music. No admittance after midnight so get there early to make sure you get in past the queue to this sexy play dance space! Presented by the legendary Bright Daffodil.

The Resistance Gallery, 265 Poyser Street, Bethnal Green, E2 9RF. 9pm-3am. £10. 


12/03/15: G-A-Y PORN IDOL featuring KATIE HOPKINS

It’s the night everyone’s been chatting about! The Marmite of celebrity world, Katie Hopkins, is the special guest judge for the launch night of G-A-Y Porn Idol when it returns to Thursday nights at Heaven. Absolutely anyone can enter – just text 07789 553 868 or email info@g-a-y.co.uk to be a part of it. The heat winner nabs £100, the grand final winner walks away with £1000.

Heaven, under the Arches, Villiers Street, Charing Cross, WC2N 6NG. 10.30pm-5am. Discounted entry wristbands available from G-A-Y Bar. 


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