MYRA DUBOIS

Club News

Posted on July 20, 2016


Thursday 28th July: Drag Roast

Can you hear that? It’s the gentle sound of tongues being sharpened and claws filed in readiness for the scene’s comedy roast of Myra Dubois. A spit of biblical proportions is being erected in the RVT to which La DuBois will be tied and turned. Taking turns on this spit of scorn will be Lola Lasagne, Mary Mac, Mrs Moore and Holestar, all peace-keeping skills will be exercised by Ginger Johnson. It’s going to get hilariously dirty! Let the games commence. All ticket proceeds go to Terrence Higgins Trust, produced by QX Magazine and the RVT.

Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY. Doors 7pm, show 8pm. Tickets £10.

 

Friday 29th July, A:M

The regular A:M DJ roster is massive: GSP, Fat Tony, D’Johnny, Miswhite, Terry Bryan, Richard Jones… Are you going to be able to handle the level of sonic perfection that will be flying at you on Friday night/Saturday morning? We certainly hope so. If you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed though, just let hosts Louise Port & Jacob K know. They’ll tell you sort yourself out and CARRY ON DANCING.

Protocol, 6A South Lambeth Place SW8 1SP, 11pm – 11am. £4 with a flyer/AD before 1am 

 

Friday 29th July, Push the Button

It’s the FIFTH and FINAL Push the Button Minogue vs Minogue: THE REFERENDUM. The score currently stands at Kylie 2 – 2 Dannii. This time: THE WINNER TAKES IT ALL. Hustings start at 9pm, polls open soon after. Pick a side, dress in your team colours and make your vote COUNT.They will respect the outcome of the vote and continue the night only playing tracks from the winning Minogue for the rest of the evening.

Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, SE11 5HY, 9pm – 3:15am. £6.

 

Friday 29th July, Femsesh Fridays 

What happens when a bunch of nutbags buy a pub and fill it with neon paint, CSM graduates and genderqueer conceptual performers? THE GLORY HAPPENS. This Friday is FEMSESH, John Sizzle’s batshit crazy trans-genre Friday night party. This week they’ve got Blanche Dubois onstage, and beefy ol’ Fannar from the meat boys down in the Glory Hole. FILL’ER UP!

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

 

Saturday 30th July, XXL

Imagine a world where a magical place existed. A place in a huge, mythic, strobe light-spattered temple of hedonism by the majestic rushing waters of the river Thames. A place populated by burly men, dressed in all manner of exotic garb, from leather harnesses to mesh vests. Where steam cannons sprayed into the night and Carlsberg sprayed down hairy chests. Imagine if such a place existed. Well guess what…IT DOES! And you can go there every Saturday (and Wednesday). Hooray! It’s XXL!

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

 

Saturday 30th July, R&She

We LOVE R&She. They’re swinging back across East London to a new bigger disco basement – Trapeze! Resident DJs Neil Prince, and QBoy will be on deck duty all night, serving up the finest females in R&B and Hip-Hop from the 90’s to present! FYI girls, entry to Trapeze is STRICTLY with photo ID only. No ID, No entry. It’s a stipulation from the council to allow Trapeze their 3.30am licence. The club opens 10pm and last entry to the club is 2am. Make a note! Otherwise, it’s business as usual so get set to celebrate all of your favourite QUEENS!

Trapeze, 89 Great Eastern Street, EC2A 3HX, 10pm – 3:30am. £4 before 11pm, £7 after.

 

Saturday 30th July, HomoElectric 

The Mancunian homodisco institution returns to London for another burst of positive pansexual entertainment featuring host Ted Rogers, plus guest DJs Gina BreezeWill Tramp & resident DJ and promoter Jamie Bull! Into the Homoelectric melting pot they throw disco, house, techno, garage, outsider pop, dirt, and glamour with no pomp or pretension!

Dalston Superstore, 117 Kingsland High Street, E8 2PB, 9pm – 3am. Free before, £5 after.

 

Saturday 30th July, Blocheads

East Bloc’s weekly Saturday is back with house delights in the main room and pop/R’n’B in the bar! Martyn Fitzgerald and friends will be providing your aural pleasure, so make sure you head down to the City Road den of sin this weekend. It’s guaranteed to knock your bloc off!

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

 

Sunday 31st July, The Meth Lab: Latrice Royale

For one night only the Meth Lab returns! Teaming up with Bloc Bar to celebrate their one year anniversary, they’re bringing you TRUE Drag Race icon back to London for her 4th show at the Lab: LATRICE ROYALE! Large and in charge, chunky but funky, bold and beautiful baby. Hosted by the mistress of the Lab herself: Meth, plus special guests Holestar and Mzz Kimberly & DJ TeTe Bang!

Bloc Bar, 18 Kentish Town Road, NW1 9NX. Advance tickets

 

Saturday 6th August, Handsome/Queer Nation Official Brighton Pride Afterparty

Handsome teams up with Queer Nation and heads to the beach to take over Patterns for Brighton Pride. As ever we’ll be bringing four to the floor house and disco from the golden age of the New York club scene: think Strictly Rhythm rarities meeting uplifting New Jersey gospel via the angular tech of Berlin – all in a sweaty basement.
Upstairs and outside on the terrace Queer Nation celebrates twenty-five years or serving the sounds of soulful house with Jeffrey Hinton, Supadon and Clington. Downstairs Dave Kendrick and Guy Williams keep it pumpin’ for Handsome.

Patterns, 10 Marine Parade, Brighton, BN2 1TL, 9pm – late. Advance tickets £10 at www.brighton-pride.org.

 

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