The Chuckle Brothers at the Hippodrome

 

I’m not going to beat around the bush with this one, The Chuckle Brothers are going to be at the Kingston Hippodrome for Freshers Week. It’s been awhile since Freshers Week applied to me, but I might buy a ticket just so I can meet the Chuckle brothers…it’s the Chuckle Brothers!!!!!!

 

 

“To me, To you”, who knew The Chuckles Brothers recording a track with Tinchy Stryder, I can’t handle this.

If you’re a real Fresher and in the Kingston Upon Thames area on the 22nd September then head over to the Hippodrome for an evening with THE CHUCKLE BROTHERS!

I can’t say it enough. I’m so pleased they’re still working the circuit, good on you fellas :0)

 

 

The Time:  Friday 22nd September from 10pm

The Place:  The Hippodrome, Kingston Upon Thames, 1 St. James’ Road, Kingston Upon Thames, KT1 2AH Surrey

Price:  Early bird tickets start from £2.00, late entry tickets and tickets on the door cost more, from here.

Contact:  kingstonhippodrome.co.uk email kingston@kingstonhippodrome.co.uk  

 

 

 

 

 

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Toast of the Town

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Toast, the breakfast of gods, champion of the morning and now legend of the rave.

House of Toast is a party and building competition in one, except instead of bricks you’ll build with bread.

Starting from 7pm At Drink Shop Do teams of up to 10 will have 2 hours to create whatever their hearts desire, the more elaborate the better, the best of the brunch  (see what I did there) will win fabulous prizes not to mention the title ‘ The Toast of London’.

To enter click here

 

 

  • The Time:  Friday 15th July from 7pm
  • The Place:  Drink, Shop, Do 9 Caledonian Road, Kings Cross, N1 9DX
  • Tickets:  £10 each, £90 for a team of 10, £150 for an exclusive team ticket
  • Contact:  For more info click here, For ticket info click here

 

 

  • Info from drinkshopdo.com
  • Images used from drinkshopdo.com

 

 

StreetFest 2014, Fish Island East London

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I love April and May for their many Bank Holidays, days for rest and recuperation or partying madness. If the latter is more your thing then may I recommend StreetfFest.

A day of live music, street dance, graffiti art, eating, sport and even a beach cocktail bar (I know where I’ll be spending the majority of my day) fun and frolics are bound to be had. What’s that I hear you say, you have kids and there’s no way you’ll find a babysitter in time, no problem children are welcome too.

Starting at 1pm till 11pm you can drive to the venue or, as I’ve just found out and am extremely excited by, the event organizers have arranged a shuttle bus service to & from Fish Island from Stratford Station, starting from 12.30pm for £2 each, that has to be better then paying £50 an hour for parking…I may have exaggerated just a little.

You can also shop and get a make over, so if you were thinking street dance and cocktails are for you think again.

Oh one more thing Goldie and Ms Dynamite are headlining, I don’t know about you but I love Goldie, if for no other reason than the guy is fun as hell.

 

Scene from Streetfest 2013

 

Tickets:

shop.ticketscript.com

Location:

Forman’s Fish Island, Hackney

For more info go to:

www.streetfest.net

 

See you there :0)

  • Info used from facebook.com/StreetFestLive & streetfest.net
  • Images used from facebook.com/StreetFestLive

Party at McQueens Place…shhhh it’s private

On Friday July 20th Silver Odyssey are hosting a private hyper experience club event and dinner with Guy Gerber!

 

The night promises to be an audio and visual extravaganza, with state of the art music presentations, along with futuristic dining at the awesome and award winning McQueens in Shoreditch.

 

Other DJ’s on the night include Matt Hazelden and Dolly Mixer.

When: Friday 20th July 2012

Where: McQueens – Shoreditch

55-56 Tabernacle st

London EC2

020 7036 9229

To RSVP for the Club guest list and dinner reservation please email your details to info@silverodyssey.co.uk

 

  • Image from deliciousdrinksandspirits.blogspot.com

Deep Down, Camden 3rd September

Image and Info from facebook.com/pages/Villa-Mosca/134417253312977#!/event.php?eid=203965322998050

This is a date for your diary, bringing a new sexy and sophisticated night in London’s established nightlife hotspot area – Camden!

A mature night to be held in one of Camden’s exclusive cocktail bars playing the best in souful and deep funky house with a dazzle of Garage and RnB.

This is a night not to be missed cause they’re going DEEP DOWN!

DJ’S PLAYING THE BEST IN DEEP SOULFUL & FUNKY HOUSE

Special Guest DJ Playing Exclusive Funky House Set on the night:
Scholar Tee (SE7EN)
Carlos Aries (House is House)
DJ DANIEL RAW
& the DEEP DOWN CREW

ADMISSION

LADIES 100% *FREE B4 MIDNIGHT (*ON GUESTLIST)
GENTS £5 B4 MIDNIGHT / £10 THEREAFTER

DRESS CODE

SLICK N SEXY (NO HOODS/ HATS, SMART TRAINERS ALLOWED)

Info/Guestlist: 07977 860 445 BB PIN: 25590D2D
Birthday bookings/ table reservations: 07977 860 445 or Email: deepdownevents@hotmail.co.uk

Facebook group: “deep down”
Or for live audio: Soundcloud.com/deepdownevents

Punk, ska & mod at Distortion Club, 15th October

Info from www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=212201745499377

 

A great mix of 60’s garage punk, Mod, Northern Soul, Ska & Classic Punk and new wave tunes. 

Expect to hear Desmond Dekker, The Specials, The Sonics, Les Fleur de Lys, The Seeds, Radio Birdman, The Cramps, Small Faces, Magazine, The Gun Club, The Ramones, The Untouchables and much more.

For further info check their facebook page www.facebook.com/di stortionclub

Date and Tme: 15th October from 10pm until late

Price: FREE

 

Distortion Club

The Grosvenor

Sydney Road

Stockwell SW9 0TP


This is Circus, Piccadilly Circus West London

Info from Timeout.com

Image from karlismyunkle.com

Join the capital’s polysexual fashion elite as Circus’s Jodie Harsh hosts the latest debauched bash here at this opulent central London venue, all with a playful house, electro and techno edge. Tonight’s another pyjama party theme, so get creative with your nightwear, they say, and if you sleep naked, ‘come as you are’.

Harsh and her disco minions DJ Kris Di Angelis, who has been working with All Saints’ Mel Blatt, and club scene enfant terrible Jim Warboy, slam down plenty of techno, tech-house, electro-pop and fidget house via anything else that’s bitchy, upfront and cool, plus their neverending list of party hosts including Alexis Knox, Medusa, Kingsley, La Pequena, Munroe Bergdorf, Daniel Lismore and Brook London, are on hand to make sure you’re still propping up the bar.

Check the website for further details on this and future event www.thisiscircus.com

 

Venue:

Cafe De Paris

3-4 Coventry St

London W1D 6BL

Transport:  Piccadilly Circus station


Telephone:  020 7734 7700

www.thisiscircus.com

 

Hidden thing to do in London, Revealed!

 

 

Silent Disco, somewhere in London…

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They are a pop-up silent disco based in London. Using combination of iPhones, portable wi-fi networks, headphones, charisma, apps, sounds, shapes and spaces they create instant dance floors, momentary raves and transient music events in any and every place they can.

 

The concept behind fyi disco is simple; what if your iPhone could function like a pair of headphones at a silent disco?

 

Go here to find out how it works, then just follow the instructions and turn up at their next location. We run off battery power alone, which means we can pop-up anywhere we fancy, just be sure to charge up before showing up…

 

If you want to get in touch with them it means you’re probably a nice person, go on and say hello using whichever method you fancy, they’ll love you all the more for it :0)

 

Where is it?

fyidisco can happen anywhere at any time, for the most up to date information on their next location check their twitter or facebook.

 

fyidisco@gmail.com

www.fyidisco.com

 

  • Info from fyidisco.com
  • Image from theguardian.com

A Right Summer Knees Up, Tulse Hill

Image and info from therailwaytulsehill.co.uk

A free a day partywhich includes the following:

  • MASSIVE TROPICAL GARDEN, SECRET BOOTHS & BEACH HUTS

  • OVER 40 TOP LIVE BANDS, DJ’S & PERFORMERS ALL DAY AND NIGHT

  • 2 SUPER-DUPA-SEXY SOUND SYSTEMS + 2 LIVE STAGES

  • ALL DAY BAD BOY BARBECUE + THE FINEST COCKTAIL BAR IN SOUTH LONDON

  • ACOUSTIC AREA, LIVE PERFORMANCE, COMEDY & CIRCUS ACTS

  • FACEPAINT, HULA HOOPERS, MAGICIANS, PUNCH + JUDY

  • LIVE CAPOEIRA, LIVE BURLESQUE, LIVE DANCE GROUP

  • EXTRA BARS AND TOILETS TO COPE WITH THE MASSES

From 11am – 3am

Check the website for further info

www.therailwaytulsehill.co.uk

7 Station Rise
London
SE27 9BW

 

 

The Book Club, Shoreditch

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Bringing together wit, wisdom and enough food and drink to see you through from early breakfast to a nightcap at last orders at the bar, The Book Club offers a cultural revolution to the East end’s social scene.

The Book Club fuses lively, creative events and late night drinking seven days a week with an alternative menu of brain-teasing and mind-expanding thought for food in the form of workshops, talks, cultural showcases, parties, ping pong, pool and the best in new music. The Book Club is the younger, slightly smarter sibling of the Queen of Hoxton, and has turned the conventional arts institution on its head, fusing boozing with brain power.

 

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Two spacious floors of a former Victorian warehouse on Leonard Street have been kitted out for eating, drinking, thinking, meeting and dancing. Under the direction of young designers Shai Akram and Andrew Haythornthwaite, The Book Club has a familiar, eclectic feel as varied as the clientele and the entertainment on offer. The interior blends the raw, pared-down character of the building with layers of mix and match vintage soft furnishings, naïve mosaics and graphic lighting features, as well as the constantly evolving permanent exhibitions that adorn the walls.

The Book Club presents an eclectic ongoing programme of events and social activities in art, music, film, fashion, philosophy, design, science, and perhaps the odd spot of DIY and craft. The line-up includes special screenings and cross platform club nights showcasing new creative talent through to informal evening classes and talks by a host of eclectic and interesting thinkers.

 

Monday to Wednesday 8am – 12am
Thursday & Friday 8am – 2am
Saturdays 10am – 2am
Sundays 10am – 12am

020 7684 8618

100 Leonard Street, EC2A 4RH

www.wearetbc.com