Friday, May 05, 2017

Saturday Night Fever on Saturday



Join us in London City on Saturday for the start of our Disco Spectacular month with SATURDAY NIGHT FEVER INTERACTIVE.

Ruby Chili Pepper Murray will be the top DJ of the evening playing her very favourite Disco Groove with Saturday Night Fever dances for everyone to enjoy and participate in.

Enjoy the spectacular light show, the company and the magnificent costumes and you Disco down in the City.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

Events group tops 100k members



London City now has 343,721 residents in our London Groups.  With a milestone being reached this weekend in the group 'London City Events' as it's one hundred thousandth user joined!

Thanks to everyone who takes part in London City, making this estate the most visited set of regions in all of Second Life, with over 3,500 unique visitors each and every day!

Saturday, April 29, 2017

Free Bento Rave Dance from Abranimations



Abranimations has a brand new release and its available in their London City store, a selection of Rave dances with Bento animations.

As part of the launch of this new series of dances, one of the set has been made available FREE for this weekend ONLY!

Hop over to Abranimations to claim your free Bento Rave Dance http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/28/111/24

Friday, April 28, 2017

STEPS in Concert



The DISCO Continues...

In concert this weekend, STEPS!

STEPS, the UK band with smash hit covers including Tragedy, Last Thing On My Mind, Better Best Forgotten and Dancing Queen are here in London City on Saturday!

Party starts at 12pm SL (8pm UK) with STEPS on Stage at 1pm SL.

Location:  http://slurl.com/secondlife/London%20City/110/119/23

Spring Bank Holiday Weekend



Well it has been almost a fortnight since the long Easter weekend, and here in old Blighty, we like our days-off, so its another long weekend, to celebrate something or other.

All the pubs and clubs in London City have late licenses this weekend, so get down to Bar Soho, Madame Lala's, Substation and The Worlds End... all open for your delight throughout this holiday!

http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/75/217/23

Monday, April 24, 2017

Trash or Treasure?



People are always throwing things away in the litter bins in London City.   You never know quite what you will find in there.  A useful gadget or even some cash.   By walking up to the bin a random gift will be given to you.

You can visit the litter bin in Regent's Park here: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/88/205/23

And the reason for this reminder?  There is a wonderful Trump Anti-Stress doll for you to shake.

With over a hundred items in the trash can, be sure to visit it regularly!

London City votes for Hard Brexit



Last week the Prime Minister called for an early election in June in attempt to secure a mandate from the people to perform a quick exit from the EU.

We asked you if you preferred to go through the full negotiating period (a soft exit) with certain non-negotiable agreements in place, or you fancied taking your chances with a swift (hard) exit from the UK.

65% voted for a hard Brexit, whilst 17% voted for a soft Brexit and 17% were unsure.

Thanks for taking part.

Sunday, April 23, 2017

Happy Saint George's Day



Happy Saint George's Day, the Patron Saint of England.

Today marks the day that a fire breathing dragon was slain.  <insert mother in law jokes here>

In old England, brave George is remembered for summoning tremendous strength, courage and determination. He killed the dragon that has been attacking the villagers, destroying their crops and turning their homes into ashes.



St. George was actually an outspoken Roman soldier serving a Pagan Emperor. He protested the treatment and torture of Christians by his fellow Romans. 

He paid for his beliefs when he made a plea to the Emperor Diocletian to spare the lives if Christians. The Emperor decided that if George cared so much for these lowly citizens, then he must also be a devout Christian himself.  He was tortured to force him to deny his faith and when this did not yield the desired response, he was beheaded, at the age of 33.


The slaying of the dragon is symbolic of the courage George showed against the Emperor.  It is however a little ironic that George did not win his battle, nor did he ever set foot in England.  He was born in Turkey and died in Palestine.

Saint George's day was adopted in 1222, when he replaced Saint Edmund the Martyr (King of East Anglia) as England's Patron Saint.

You can visit George and The Dragon here in London City: http://maps.secondlife.com/secondlife/London%20City/60/236/23