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Posted on February 3, 2016


 

Friday 5th February: Homo Superior

A home away from home for disco queens, rock chicks and indie gays, Homo Superior is a new dance party celebrating queer artists and icons, past and present brought to you by DJs Panos Z and Sina Sparrow. Music policy: Punk, disco, indie, rock ‘n’ roll, heart and soul. Queer, kitsch and cutting-edge performance. Austerity and apathy may be on the march in East London, but we’re not going to let the bastards grind us down. DIY, not G-A-Y!

The Moustache Bar, 58 Stoke Newington Road, N16 7XB, 9pm – 2am. £3 before 10, £5 after.

 

Saturday 6th February: Les Poppeurs

Odorise the dancefloor! Amyl me baby one more time! Pop down to Dalston Superstore for Les Poppeurs! They’ve established themselves as one of the gay scene’s most totes popular monthly parties. They’re crazy, sexy, cool. They’re like Vanessa Feltz at a warehouse party! They’ve got D Swizzle resident Dan Beaumont as well as Joe Roberts DJing. So unwrap that cellophane, crack that lid open and DANCE!

Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB. 9pm – 4am. Free before 10pm, £7 after.  

 

Saturday 6th February: Duckie

QUACK QUACK! Well put us in the bath and squeeze us…it’s Duckie at The RVT! One of our gorgeous shimmering emerald city’s best-established alternative queer club nights. Say THAT sentence after a couple of cider and blacks. It’s been going for eighteen years! 18 years ago, nobody knew who Billie Piper was! Imagine that! What a strange world it was. And Duckie didn’t exist! But they do NOW! Head down to The Vauxhall Tavern for a lovely non-judgy alt-pop sensation.

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

 

Saturday 6th February: XXL

XXL time again! No more dry January for YOU! Blast away that bleak, bleary month with a big beary extravaganza! XXL never disappoints. It’s at cavernous, wonderful, breathtaking Pulse nightclub. They’ve got an awesome soundsystem, and smoke and lazers and stuff! And the music’s always a gorgeous amalgamation of camp pop and bangin’ dance. Oh and there’s always loads of hot men. And who are we to argue with that.

Pulse Nightclub, 1 Invicta Plaza, SE1 9UF. 10pm – 6am. £15 entry, £8 for members.  

 

Saturday 6th February: Handsome

Coinciding with the release of House Masters: Heller & Farley, Handsome have got both Heller AND Farley playing an extended set at Handsome this February. It’s the first time they’ve had both play together, so expect big things in a little basement club. BAM! They’ll be joined by the superb Dave Kendrick for some serious deep sounds. In the Bar, there’ll be R’n’B from Mistamaker and Manchester’s Off The Hook head honcho Anthony Crank. This is Handsome. You are handsome.

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

 

Saturday 6th February: Trouble

We LOVE the sound of this. The word “trouble” is one that we mostly associate with amazing pop songs. Trouble by Britney is one of her best album tracks ever. And Neon Jungle have an absolute banger called Trouble. And you KNOW how much we love Neon Jungle. Anyway now it’s a night at The Glory! As far as we can discern, the vibe is sort of biker chick meets art fag meets cheap porn. Leather, chains, facial hair maybe. They’ve got a special performance from The Bearded Lady, as well as a set from Kal The Naked DJ, who does what he says on the tin.

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

 

Saturday 6th February: Papa Heroes

Every time we look through the photos from Papa nights we can’t stand up for several minutes afterwards. They’re stuffed with gorgeous olive-skinned adonises. The super sexy Israeli dance gods are back in Vauxhall this weekend for their superhero party. They’re gonna have insanely hot gogo dancers dressed as your fave superheroes. Which, as far as we’re concerned, is the perfect combination of hot and camp. Bit like us really! *looks in mirror, tosses hair*. In Room 1 at labyrinthine nightclub Fire, there’s Papa resident DJ Suri, and Room 2 will play host to funky house connoisseurs Miswhite and Glauber Oliviera.

Fire Nightclub, South Lambeth Road, SW8 1SP. 11pm – 6am. Tickets £11.

 

Sunday 7th February: Beyond Super Villains

YEP, Papa’s after party is being hosted by Beyond at Ministry of Sound! Gird your loins Elephant & Castle! There’ll be a Batman in hotpants stumbling through the underpass with a Fanta. Now it STARTS at 5am, so it’s fair to say this is for the more, erm, seasoned clubber. Leave your mate Cheryl at home to watch Adventure Time and eat pizza and top up her electrolytes. One thing’s for sure. Ministry is iconic. So is Beyond. Pair that with hundreds of hedonistic hero hunks and you’re onto a WINNER.

Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt Street, SE1 6DP. 5am – 1pm. Tickets £11. Joint Papa Heros/Super Villains tickets available for £19.80

 

Sunday 7th February: Nostalgia Of Mothership 

Well THIS looks totes edgy! A supercool band at a supercool bar. According to their Facebook page, Nostalgia Of Mothership are “a cosmic collision of creative hearts and forces”. Can’t argue with that! One of their members is tousle-haired singing siren Fi Mcluskey, who occasionally does turns in Jonny Woo’s Lou Reed tribute band. She’s formidably talented, and she’s got a just-got-out-of-bed-and-looking-for-a-cigarette vibe that we love. Bloc Bar is the perfect venue for what sounds like a whiskey-swilling, rock and rolling night of glitter-spattered passion!

Bloc Bar, 18 Kentish Town Road, NW1 9NX. 6:30pm – 1am. 

 

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