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OUT IN THE CITY: ACCESS ALL AREAS MAY 2012


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AREAS OUR GUIDE TO EVENTS IN AND AROUND TOWN


TOTALLY DEELOODED


Fat Tony’s back with his new Deelooded night – for a May Day weekend bash at a brand new venue; Convert (formerly Factory – 65 Albert Embankment) on Saturday 5 May (10pm and 6am). The aim of the night is to take an irreverent look at the London gay scene and some of the egos within it… hence the moniker, Deelooded! Convert is a new space offering four bars and two dance arenas with state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems. Join host Fat Tony and the legendary Boy George (pictured), Tom Stephan and Smokin Jo in the main room, plus an exclusive guest appearance from “the world’s number one supermodel”! Admission is £12 with a flyer or advert. For more details, check out the Facebook page at www.facebook.com/deelooded


SIMPLY SUPREME!


Trannyshack at Madame Jo Jo’s reigns supreme as the busiest Wednesday nighter in Soho. As its name suggests, it’s aimed at anyone who like to cross-dress or drag up, but is open to all, and attracts a wide cross-section of late-night revelers. Hostess Dusty O and her ‘gals’ have another packed month planned for May, kicking off with a ‘Mad Hatters’ competition on Wednesday 2 May. There’s money to be won by the contestant with the most impressive headwear, and it’s also the birthday party for resident Trannyshacker Dame Vesta Bules, so expect something “bizarre but fun” with Dusty O, Miss Vanilla Lush and Miss Mitzi Mackintosh providing entertainment. Wednesday 9 May holds a tribute to Bette Davis and Joan Crawford, while Wednesday 16 May is a launch party for the Supreme Fabulettes (pictured), while on 23 May Trannyshack will pay homage to Eurovision. You’ll find Madame Jo Jo’s at 8-10 Brewer St, Soho, London, W1F OSE. Doors open 10pm-3am. Entry £5 or free before midnight if you dress up.


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POPSTARZ RISING


Popstarz is celebrating the impending release of the latest Batman movie with a big, Dark Knight-themed party on Friday 18 May. The team are so excited about the release of the Dark Knight Rising movie that they are transforming the club into a Gotham-inspired fantasy space: the ‘Indie Bat Cave’, the Riddlers R’n’B Room’ and the ‘Penguins Pop Palace’. You can also visit Cat Woman’s Lair in the Sky Bar, where the feline mistress herself will be giving away goodies. All are encouraged to dress up for the night, with free entrance to anyone in costume before midnight. Otherwise it’s £3 before 11pm with a download from www.popstarz.org, then £5 with a download or flyer before midnight, and £8 afterwards.


AT YOUR SERVICE


Jodie Harsh’s Room Service was voted Best UK Club Night 2011 by Attitude magazine! The bespoke clubbing event takes place each Thursday from 10pm till 3am at Miabella (12-13 Greek Street, W1). The night features Jodie alongside rotating DJ residents Kris Di Angelis, Fat Tony, Severino, Steve Pitron and Matt Bogard, but there’s always some super hot go-go’s and special guests. Catch Jodie going head-to-head against Kris Di Angelis in the DJ booth on 3 May, with hosts Elektra, Kane Luke and Kingsley. On 10 May it’s the turn of Severino and Steve Pitron, followed by Kris Di Angelis and Fat Tony (17 May), Smokin Jo and Matt Bogard (24 May) and then New York’s Nita Aviance and Kris Di Angelis (31 May). Info: clubroomservice.com


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