Sunday, April 08, 2012
Celebrate Bank Holiday Monday at a Beach Party here in London City.
Cash Prize for Best in Summer. The Best Summer Tunes to relax to and two live DJ's making it fun.
Starts at 7am SL (3pm UK)
Saturday, April 07, 2012
Thursday, April 05, 2012
Saturday:7am SL (3pm UK) Egg & Spoon, 12pm SL (8pm UK) Party In The Park: BONEY M
Sunday: 7am SL (3pm UK) Easter Hunt, 8am SL (4pm UK) Race, 12pm SL (8pm UK) Substation
Monday: 8am SL (4pm UK) Summer Party / Easter Parade, 1pm SL (9pm UK) Bar Soho
Wednesday, April 04, 2012
This Sunday at 6am SL / 2pm UK, pop over to London City and get rich quick with the annual Easter Egg Hunt!
We will be dropping 200 eggs all over London City. 150 eggs with random amounts of cash in them and 50 rotten eggs that explode.
Just click the eggs... You will either be rewarded with cash or an explosion.
A full schedule of events for London City this Easter weekend will appear here tomorrow.
Tuesday, April 03, 2012
The '70s Experience runs throughout April in London City.
Getting us in the mood for this long Easter weekend, we celebrate the hot one, the Summer of '76.
A full programme of events for this Easter weekend will appear during the week.
Monday, April 02, 2012
We are pleased to have been invited by Linden Lab to join the Pathfinder Beta.
Pathfinding is where moving objects have the ability to intelligently find their way around. They can merely roam, or they can pursue or flee.
In gaming terms, you might have a dragon chasing you. You may run into a house and close the front door just in the nick of time, but the dragon, seeing its route closed off, will find an intelligent alternative route to you. Let's hope that in this scenario, you remember to close the windows too!
We are unlikely to have dragons chasing people in London City, but imagine a wild dog walking the streets that could chase people off who get too close, then return to place it patrols. Or a timid rabbit hopping around in Regent's Park that scurries away when people approach.
Pathfinder objects can also include existing scripting, so heaven forbid that you want to go rabbit hunting, but once you shoot the poor critter, it would fall over and the task of that particular object would either come to an end, or restart, thus resurrecting the poor bunny.
The possibilities are endless and we are very excited to have been invited to the initial beta.
We're a long way from having any of the above, but this 30 second clip shows a couple of simple prims finding their own way around. It's worth mentioning that they have been told to stray no further than 20 meters of my position. It will give you and idea anyway..... And development of Pathfinder in London City, begins today.
Good grief...what an insane weekend in London City. My bunions have bunions from all that dancing.
On Friday we had a change to the usual running order as the usual night at Bar Soho was cancelled to make way for an event by Gallery Xue in Trafalgar Square. It proved to be an absolute sim packer with people floating around the fountain.
After the Gallery Xue event, we headed over to Madame Lala's London Revue for another round of mayhem and madness. A Best in 80s contest proved to be challenging on the eyes...leg warmers. leotard, bad perm...and that was just me.
Saturday at World's End saw a Best in Super Hero contest, which provided a great warm up to the big event that was to follow - Queen in Regent's Park. It was a long concert (at around two hours) but the punters were kept happy with plenty of toe-tapping, hand-clapping and foot-stomping favourites.
Later at Lezbo there was a Best in Sci Fi contest that saw all kinds of madness - from aliens to robots - unleashed on the dance floor!
On Sunday, as it was the first of the month, there was a tea leaf reading at The Tea House by Lord of the Teapot.
This lead nicely in to a special event in the Hub - a L$3000 giveaway! Both events drew in the crowds...in fact, they were queuing out of the door for tea leaf readings.
Later on Sunday we had the grand opening of the new venue beneath Comptons. It is a fab and groovy 60s club called Substation. We were all magically transported back to 1967 with the music, hair and fashions.
After that, we had a Best in Under The Sea contest at Lezbo, which rounded the weekend off in suitably madcap style, with sea turtles, whales and merfolk!
Stay tuned for news of next weekends events - a nice long weekend...heaven only knows what will happen...
Sunday, April 01, 2012
1st of April got off to a flying start, quite literally.
It appears that by "accident" we forced a landing zone a bit too high. It was a great spectator sport watching people splat as they landed.
With all this death and decay, some even thought they were in the wrong London!
Have a great day and don't forget that today is also the "3K Giveaway", where 3 lots of 1000L will be given to people who have London City Entertainment as their Active group.
And don't forget SUBSTATION opens its doors for the first time tonight at 12pm SL. Playing the songs of 67. Substation like the name suggests is connected to the Regent's Park Subway.
An anonymous supporter of London City has generously donated L$3,000 lindens to be given away on Sunday in three sets of 1,000L
Just have London City Entertainment as your active group and be in Regent's Park (London City region). You will automatically entered into the draw.
Before each payment, a notice will be sent to the group saying: "Within the next 10 to 30 minutes, 1000L will be paid randomly to a visitor who has London City Entertainment as their active group".
All you need to do is be here!
London City is pleased to announce a brand new club dedicated to the sounds of the sixties.
Located under Comptons Pub, all roads lead to "Substation", which is connected to the Subway system in the Regent's Park meeting area and via Comptons itself and the outdoor concert area.
Please visit us here:
|Regent's Park tube connects to Substation|