Tuesday, July 02, 2013

The Fabulous London City Review



Hi peeps,  how's it hanging ?
Didn't we have an awesome weekend  together....Celebrating  Pride  Weekend, back to back  entertainment all day, an unbeatable  line-up in the top destination  in SL.













 Launch Party
6am    Judy Garland Concert
7am    XXL
9am    Cher Concert
10am  Donna Summer Party
11am  Classic Anthems
12pm  One Night in Heaven with Pans People 
3pm    Juiced in the Pride Park
5am    Fireworks

Hourly cash prizes for the sexiest studs on the dance poles

Plus Win 2000L for Best in Pride Theme












Can  you believe  it all in one full fun packed day.
In Real  life, thousands of people joined the Pride parade through central London.









The parade began in Baker Street, passing through Oxford Street, Piccadilly and Trafalgar Square before ending at Whitehall.

Organisers said this could be the biggest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender event in London over the last decade.

The theme this year is Love and Marriage to coincide with MPs considering the Equal Marriage Bill. 



In SL, people arrived  in  regents  park early, ready to party and  win  huge amounts of  money, the whole London City sim was buzzing.


Gay pride or LGBT pride is the positive stance against discrimination and violence toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people to promote their self-affirmation, dignity, equality rights, increase their visibility as a social group, build community, and celebrate sexual diversity and gender variance.

First up .... Judy Garland, born  Francis  Ethel  Gumm, June 10th 1922, her career spanned 40 years, she was  as Fred  Astaire put it  "The Greatest  Entertainer That Ever  Lived".

Most  identified  for her role in Wizard  Of Oz, Judy sang her heart  out,  fabulous show tunes and a vibrancy on  she  could bring to the days  entertainment.

XXL,  fun  up beat tunes and  best dancer  on the poles, what a hoot, medics  on stand by  for  sore chaffing, people had a whale of  a time  sliding  up and down the poles for all  they were worth.

People joined  us from  all  over, ready to party, and have a great time .





Next up  Cher , born Cherilyn Sarkisian, May 20, 1946) is an American singer and actress. Cher took  to  the  stage, "nearly"  wearing  her signature one piece ...  the crowd roared as  she sang a medley  of  her  hits  that spanned   nearly half a century and she's  still going strong.



Later  Pans  people  took  to  the stage  and  displayed  their  own  unique version  or expressive dance.






Pan's People was a British TV dance troupe, most usually associated with the BBC TV music chart show Top of the Pops.


In an era before pop videos, they danced to songs whose original artists were not available to perform them live.











They were not the first dance troupe to appear regularly on Top of the Pops; they were preceded by The Go-Jos in the programme's first four years, before Pan's People replaced them in May 1968. They did not start off with weekly appearances, but they had become an almost-weekly feature of the programme by early 1970.


 Then juiced brought the evening to a close with fireworks  and  an array  of  upbeat  trance music, with yet more Linden cash  to win.





All  in all  we had  a fantastic time, meeting  a whole array  of  new people, and  our  regulars for  this fantastic  day.
London City  is  the  top  destination  in SL,  we strive to bring  you bigger and better each week and we deliver..... make  London City  your  number  1  venue.... we look forward to seeing  you again.

That's all from  me  this week,  I'll  see you  for  more  fun and frolics  in  the awesome  London  City .... accept no imitations xxxx

Roving Reporter  Ruby xxx







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