Showing posts with label Seekers. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Seekers. Show all posts

Monday, February 20, 2012

Weekend in Review - February 17th to 19th



Oooh kiddies, auntie Bailey's feet are throbbing from all that dancing this weekend.

On Friday we ended the week on a high with a Best in Leather/Latex contest at Bar Soho.  Our new Dj, Snakey, took to the decks and provided us with a couple of hours of great music.  We then headed on down the road to Madame Lala's London Revue for an Emmylou Harris tribute concert, which was absolutely fantastic.

It's Emmylou Harris!  Well actually it is an avatar doing a tribute.
On Saturday the concert area Regent's Park was converted to give it a country feel for a special tribute concert featuring none other than Dolly Parton.  Dolly's musical talents overshadow many of her contemporaries and her chest overshadowed the dancers in the park.

Dolly and the London City crew in support
The Dolly Parton fan club take to the dance floor...yeehaw!
For entertainment on a Sunday we usually head to Comptons pub, but we had a change and returned to Regent's Park for a Seekers tribute concert to bring our folk fest to an end.  With a Best in Sixties contest, we were not short on colour or (hideous) patterns!

The Seekers on stage in the Park
Immediately after the Seekers, we headed across town to Lezbo for a Wacky Outfit contest.  I don't think I have words to describe dancing horses, cupcakes, turkeys, etc. so I will show you a pic instead!

Erm...the punters in Lezbo
Okay, I am off to soak my feet...have a great week and don't forget to visit London City frequently for all your shopping and partying needs!

Friday, January 06, 2012

Judith Durham & The Seekers in Concert Today



We have a surprise performance today at 3pm SL (11pm UK),  Judith Durham and The Seekers will be performing at Madame Lala's London Revue http://slurl.com/secondlife/London%20City/240/43/24

If you were a child of the 60's or the child of a child of the 60's, or if you just enjoy a bit of  folk rock, then come and relive some memorable songs from this famous Australian band.  You will be surprised how many you remember!

Madame Lala's opens from 2pm SL, playing Show tunes with a competition for Best in Glamorous.

Bar Soho is open today from 1pm SL.

Don't forget Blondie in Concert on Saturday at 1pm!