Monday, June 04, 2012

Monday - Jubilee Events



We hope you enjoyed Helvis at the Jubilee Gardens in Regent's Park last night.  What a tremendous concert!

Today we have Concert for Her Majesty starting at 12pm SL (8pm UK) coming from the replica stage that Billy has built in the park.

Continuing with the running theme this long weekend, Best in Red, White & Blue for the contest.


Helvis in Soho, London City.

Sunday, June 03, 2012

Sunday - Jubilee Events



Thank you to everyone who came to see Mapoo Little LIVE singing the songs of the 80's last night as a part of our Jubilee Celebrations.   Sorry to those who could not get in, London City was full to capacity for most of the night.

Don't miss the Flotilla today here in Regent's Park from 4am SL (12pm UK)  and our special guest act tonight, Helvis Xue, singing LIVE, the songs of Elvis.  Party in The Park begins at 12pm SL (8pm UK) and Helvis is on stage at 1pm SL.  Get here early!


Saturday Jubilee Celebrations. Enjoy the video.

Saturday, June 02, 2012

Saturday Jubilee Events



Thanks to everyone who attended the packed Proms concert last night.  We hope you enjoyed it.

This afternoon, Substation will be hosting  a cash for questions quiz from 8am SL (4pm UK) then Worlds End Pub is open 10am SL (6pm UK) for a Warm-Up Party.

This evening we have Mapoo Little singing LIVE from the Jubilee Gardens in London City.

The Party starts at 12pm SL (8pm UK) with Mapoo on stage at 1pm SL.

Friday, June 01, 2012

Friday - The Jubilee and Long Holiday Begins!



She's in the mood for dancing!
Are you ready to Party?  Let's get started!

Substation opens right now, with Roy, Coffee and Rose, playing a mix of 50's and 60's music, to get you in the Weekend mood.

At 1pm SL (9pm UK) join us in the Jubilee Gardens in Regent's Park and enjoy the Proms as we celebtrate the start of the Jubilee Celebrations.

Then stay with us as Bar Soho parties in the Park!

Events ALL weekend!

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Diamond Jubilee - The Holiday Weekend



This weekend the UK enjoys a long public holiday.

Join us in London City for five whole days of festivities, street parties, live musicians and concerts as we celebrate 60 years of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. 

With free commemorative memorabilia to collect!

Events throughout Friday to Tuesday!

Friday

On Friday, get the Bank Holiday Weekend off to a great start with Prom's In The Park, to celebrate the beginning of the Jubilee Festivities. The show starts right after your early evening appointment at Substation with Roy and Rose 11am-1pm SL (7pm UK). Proms start at 1.30pm SL (9.30pm UK), then enjoy Bar Soho in the Jubilee Gardens.




Saturday

Substation is holding a Cash For Questions Quiz from 8am til 10am SL (4pm UK).  Then hot foot it over to Worlds End in London City2 and join Coffee and Katty from 10am SL (6pm UK) for the Warm-Up, before Party in The Park with Mapoo Little Live at 12pm SL (8pm UK).  Concert at 1pm SL.

Sunday

Substation in The Park from 12pm SL (8pm UK) with Helvis Xue singing LIVE at 1pm SL.

Monday

All day Party plus Concert for the Queen  from 12pm SL (8pm UK)

Tuesday
Rounding off the long Bank Holiday in the UK, our old mate, Rolf Harris is here singing favourite tunes as you tap your feet and join in!  Concert starts at 12pm SL (8pm UK).

Gawd bless your Maj.  You know how to party.



It's all happening here: http://slurl.com/secondlife/London%20City/104/107/23


Liz. Likes and old fashioned knees-up.
God Save Me.



Monday, May 28, 2012

Weekend Review 25th - 27th May 2012



What a busy packed weekend ... firstly on Friday madame Lala sprang into action like a Thompson's Gazelle ...well, more like an old trout thirsty for gin ... Never the less she made an appearance in her club ...MADAME LALA'S REVUE. There was a tribute to Robin Gibb of the Bee Gee's, who unfortunately passed away last week. Madame Lala played an evening of his music on her gramophone for all to enjoy … There was also a BEST IN YELLOW event , people eagerly turned up in their best yellow outfit hoping to win some Lindens ... As you see Lala turned up in red....I say no more !









On Saturday, Regents park was transformed into another open air concert for all to enjoy... It was Eurovision, and technology being a wonderful thing, there was a simulcast straight into the park on a huge screen, so we could watch the whole event LIVE. It was nail biting to say the least, and our own Engleburt Humperdink was up first to sing and the London city crowd roared for him as well as wearing red, white and blue to show support :) . Later in the intermission, Brotherhood of Man entertained the crowds with a few of their songs we know and love, followed by the voting, where unfortunately the rest of the world were not quite so keen on our englebert ...


Then it was time to hot-foot it over to Lezbo, Lezbo is one of the newest clubs in Victoria London City, it is open to everyone who wants to dance and have fun :). Each night Lezbo club is transformed into a different theme. This week we saw the likes of a Vampire night, the club was transformed into a dark Gothic castle and the dance floor was a river of blood...nice ! lol..Then we were whisked away to the Serengeti plains as we went on safari, the next night we saw Burlesque, the crowds turned out in their feathers glitter and lurex...and that was just the guys :P, We were then transformed into the Mafia, and the club took on a dark grungy warehouse theme, then the week was finished off with a trip into nursery rhymes... Which looked a bit like tellytubbies on acid, and "Egg-leburt Humpty-dink" even showed his face .


see you next time, after another fantastic week in London City .

roving reporter Ruby xxx

Sunday, May 27, 2012

Robbed at the Eurovision



It was an oh so familiar ending to the Eurovision last night, as Britain again won the coveted title of  most loathed country in Europe and came second from last in the contest.

He was never my cup of tea and I must admit to seeing him as a bit of a poor mans Tom Jones, but there is no denying that Engelbert Humpadink has enjoyed huge fame and fortune in his lifetime.

Brotherhood of Man perform at Eurovision Night
Once an enormously popular singer in the UK, he is one of the few artists to have made the transatlantic leap of faith and enjoyed extreme success in the USA and other European countries, who saw his large orange face as sex on legs.

So was it bad advice, desperation for another shot at fame, conceit or just a terribly misjudged self confidence and feeling of patriotism that made the once international heart throb, Engelbert, set himself up for this tragic fall?

Will people see beyond this and realise that even if the 76 year old old chap had come on with a diamond encrusted zimmer frame and sung like Johnny Mathis and moved like Sammy Davis, that nothing could save him?  He was hobbled before he began, because of the country he represented.

Eurovision Party at London City
If any good can come out of this, hopefully it should prevent us from parading our old prunes again (coughs: Cliff).

London City was full to capacity last night as we danced, listened to the entries and had a great intermission with a performance by Brotherhood of Man.  Everyone was laughing and joking as the results poured in.

Such high spirits despite such a defeat?  We have good reason to smile.  We still have our Sterling.

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Eurovision Night, Saturday



Eurovision Party this coming Saturday in Soho, Regent's Park.

We have three Euro DJ's playing the Best of the Losing entries, Best of British Songs and Winning Entries.  Plus a very special Guest Appearance by Winners of the 1976 contest, Brotherhood of Man.

The Competition this week is Best in Red White & Blue.
Party in The Park, Eurovision Special starts at 12pm SL (8pm UK)

Monday, May 21, 2012

Robin Gibb - A Lifetime of Music



"I sometimes wonder if the tragedies my family has suffered are a
karmic price for all the fame and fortune the Bee Gees have had"
Here at London City we are big fans of the Bee Gees and it is with sadness that we note the news of Robin Gibb's passing.  He was an extraordinary talent and it is a huge loss.  One can only imagine what else there was to come.

Apart from the Bee Gee's music, there are so many other songs written for other artists including Barbra  Streisand, Dolly Parton, Celine Dion, Dionne Warwick, Diana Ross, and the musical scores for films, Saturday Night Fever, Grease and Titanic. 

Selling more than 220 million records, it is estimated that with his brothers, Robin wrote 969 songs, averaging one a fortnight for the past 40 years.

This Friday from 2pm SL (10pm UK) at Madame Lala's, please come and enjoy an evening of Robin Gibb - A Lifetime of Music", with solo tracks and some of the lesser known Bee Gee's songs.

If you would like to leave a message of condolence, please visit the official web page http://www.robingibb.com

Madame Lala's: http://slurl.com/secondlife/London%20City/243/39/23