Showing posts with label DJ. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DJ. Show all posts

Friday, September 26, 2014

EDGE! today from 6am SL (2pm UK)




EDGE Dancebar is throwing open its door as it re-opens on Friday 26th September.

Catering to the LGBT and Straight Community alike, EDGE is a Gay Nightspot in London City and will feature special events with Live DJ's each Friday.

Come along and join DJ Millionaires as he hosts an opening "Best in Swimwear" contest with Lindens to be won for turning up in your best budgie smugglers. Yes it may be a blatant excuse to party in barely any clothing but hey, who cares!.. Any excuse right!

Party runs 6-8am SLT (2pm UK) Friday 26th September.

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Thursday in The Crown, London City3



 


"All you need is love" according to the Beatles... however at The Crown we also believe you need good company and great music... and who better to listen to than The Fab Four themselves....

DJ Jonesy shall be bringing you all their hits from over the years, as well as taking all your requests, so head on over to The Crown on Thursday 15th May from noon - 2pm SLT

It might be that you want to "Come Together" and "Twist and Shout" after a "Hard Days Night..".. so whatever you like.. "We can Work it Out".. so take "The Long and Winding Road" to The Crown and "All Together Now" we can "Help" one another have a fantastic night!... *groans!!*

See you there... !!

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City3/227/215/24

Friday, May 02, 2014

Beach Party at The Crown




The Crown is hosting a Beach Party tonight to celebrate the welcommed return of our beloved DJ Crofty !!

So if you are fed up of snow, rain and fog, slip into some beachwear and get on over to The Crown where we will be partying in the sand as Crofty plays some great feelgood tunes.

Elle will be there to host and rub in suntan lotion (she is sooo helpful!) and there will be lindens to be won for best in beachwear. Head on over the party starts Friday at noon SLT til 2pm.

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City3/229/214/24

Monday, April 30, 2012

Weekend in Review - 27th to 29th April



Hello my luvvies. just auntie Bailey here with a quick weekend round up as I all partied out this weekend!  And what a weekend it has been - we seem to get more and more parties each week.

On Friday we started off at Substation with an Addams Family party, before moving on to Bar Soho for Best in Baggy Pants and then ended up at Madame Lala's London Revue for Best in Hair and Teeth.

On Saturday we hit World's End for Best in Swimwear (maybe a bit chilly but no one noticed).  Then it was on to Regent's Park for the big Saturday party.  It had a Best in Cowboy/Cowgirl theme and a first for us - a tribute concert featuring John Denver.

John Denver and his support band

Honestly we were line dancing...it just looks like a camp country recreation of the Thriller video
Some of the buff bodies in attendance at the concert
After the party in the park, we headed off on the nightbus to Lezbo for Best in Fluffy/Tiny.

On Sunday we were beamed up to Substation for a Best in Star Trek contest before heading over to the Lezbo Asylum for Best in Horror.

"I only popped in to visit a friend..."
And that concludes my missive for another week.  Have a good week and hope to see you around London City.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Weekend in Review - March 16th to 18th



Hello my little loves!  Yes, auntie Bailey is back after a week off due to ill health (*coughs for effect and sympathy*).

For anyone who didn't know - Saturday was St Patrick's Day and that provided the inspiration for quite a lot of what took place in London City over the weekend.  We started off at Bar Soho with a Best in Patrick's contest.  You can always tell that you are in for a good time when a line up of individuals dancing includes includes a fox in a St Patrick's hat dancing a jig!

Foxy ladies and an actual fox
From there we moved on to Madame Lala's London Revue for a Best in Green contest (trust me, you will see a theme develop across the parties as we go this weekend).  More jigging ensued.  I tried to get a pic up Billy's kilt but alas all I got was a crack in my lens...

Green with envy (or too much alcohol) at Madame Lala's
For Saturday we had a special stage built in Regent's Park and a contest featuring The Dubliners.  Yes, there was more jigging.  Yes, there was more green as part of the Best in Irish contest.  There may have even been some drinking as the area had two bars for the evening.

The Dubliners on stage
The unusual suspects
And the stage was an entire pub...
Trees are green...and so were the punters
After the concert, festivities continued as the Lezbo roadshow took over the area...oddly enough with a Best in Green contest!  At least it meant people didn't have to change...though some of us did

The Lezbo clubbers
Delicious DJ Ruby and hot host Sean whip the revellers in to a frenzy



Monday, December 12, 2011

Weekend in Review - -11 December



Hello kiddies, auntie Bailey here with the usual weekend roundup and what a weekend it was!  Christmas is definitely well underway in London City.

Things got off to a smooth start at World's End pub in the West End, with the amazing Joaquin Gustav and his guitar coming to us all the way from South America.  He played a selection of cool tunes, including some Christmas favourites given the Joaquin Gustav twist.

World's End pub
Joaquin Gustav in festive mood
Straight after World's End, we had Best in Tattoos at Bar Soho with DJ Billy Arentire, before a mad dash down the street to Madame Lala's London Revue with DJ Torric Rodas for camp Christmas!

Camp Christmas at Madame Lala's
On Saturday we had the return of Elton John to Regent's Park for the weekend tribute concert and Best in Festive Outfit.  Elton seemed to go down well with the crowd, even when he hurled himself from the stage and proceeded to circulate among the audience.

Festive audience in the park
On stage: Elton John and the Eltonettes
On Sunday I heard a commotion outside Comptons pub.  Investigation showed it was the launch of a new movie co-starring London City's very own Evie Falconer 'Griefbusters'.  Alas I was not able to get close enough to the stars for a clear shot as they were surrounded by paparazzi.

'Griefbusters' get papped outside Comptons
Later on Sunday, Comptons saw more activity with Best in Christmas Hat.  There was a great atmosphere and I for one felt proud to be associated with London City.

Revellers at Comptons
The awesome DJ Ruby Jones rounded off the weekend's musical entertainment with Best in Black at Lezbo.

Back to Black
Next week we are talking Bar Soho out in to the park for a week of outside broadcasts!  The concert in the park on Saturday is...Boney M!

Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Weekend in Review - 27-29 August



A day late with my post this week as it was a holiday here yesterday and the party kept going in London City!

We started the weekend as we always do with an event at Bar Soho, but things quickly moved on as Madame Lala's London Revue Bar had a special event - a live performance by BG Singer, who treated the enthusiastic patrons to a fantastic set.

BG Singer - and audience
On Saturday we had a brand new show as part of the Party in the Park - a concert featuring a selection of divas.  It was billed as a massive stage and a massive show; of course, the unspoken part was massive egos!  Carole King, Shania Twain, Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, Gloria Estefan and Celine Dion all stormed the stage at various points of the show with big voices, big hair and big personalities.

The divas all shared a dressing room without incident - although eye contact seemed rare...
Sunday proved to be a totally strange day, unlike any I have witnessed since arriving in London City.  The party at Comptons pub had a Spanish/Mexican theme -  think sombreros and a dancing cactus..  We had a new performer, a fantastic live singer by the name of Phiona Ember, who wowed the crowd with her vocal talents.  The evening then took a bizarre twist as Comptons very own pub landlady, Fanny Craidic, gave us a 'treat' in the form of a cooking demonstration.  No one was entirely sure what was being made and thankfully the kitchen sink overflowed and helped to douse the flames from the cooker...

Phiona Ember and some of the revellers at Comptons
Fanny gets in to party mood and sparks a fire during the cookery demonstration

The weekend was brought to a rapturous close by another Party in the Park with a concert by the amazing Amy MacDonald and a selection of hardcore tunes from DJ Ruby.

Amy and the band
Party goers in Regent's Park
 How can we top such a fantastic weekend?  Not easy, but we intend to try.  On Friday we have Father Time at Madame Lala's, Mapoo Little in Regent's Park on Saturday and Britt McMahon as Leonard Cohen at Comptons pub on Sunday!


Monday, August 22, 2011

Weekend in Review - 20-21 August



The usual weekend madness fell across London City at the weekend.  As always, we kicked off the weekend with a party at Bar Soho.  DJ Ruby took to the turntables and treated the Best in Green crowd to some wild tunes before we all moved on to Madame Lala's London Revue to see us in to the wee small hours of Saturday morning.

On Saturday we had a real treat as Billy Joel and his band joined us a for a concert in the park.



Sunday was a new experience for everyone as there was a brand new DJ at Comptons pub - Bailey Saxmundham (oh wait...that's me!)

Next weekend is a long weekend in England and we have some special treats lined up...

Monday, May 16, 2011

Looking for Pop Music DJ's





Are you a Pop Music DJ?

Mainland London is looking to hire fun DJ's who specialise in Pop Music from all decades with a focus on the present.

Key times available are from 1pm to 3pm PDT, days to suit.

Please contact BILLY ARENTIRE for more information.