Wednesday, March 31, 2021

The long holiday weekend ahead!




Easter is almost here!  Starts Thursday evening and right on to Monday!

All our bars, clubs, speakeasies and dens are open through the holidays as the good lord would want.
The big show is on Saturday at 12pm SL time. Tammy Faye Bakker, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Vestal Goodman, Jan Crouch, Happy Harold Goodman take to the stage for the annual revival!

Spring Break!



Get ready for the Sunshine and Bank Holidays!

Forthcoming Bank Holidays in the UK begin on Friday 2nd April, then Monday 5th April.  Then the same again at the beginning of May and at the end of May.   If there's something we like in the UK, its our summer Bank Hols.  Come join us for fun and merriment!


Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Chalet Linden Homes launched ahead of schedule!







Breaking news:  Chalet Linden Homes are now available  AND the Bellisseria continent now connects to the Satori Continent!  

Patch Linden says: Chalet theme homes are modeled after stylized European alpine wood-timbered houses (fachwerkhaus), of a type that you might expect to find in mountains of Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia, or northern Italy. These are not rustic buildings, but contemporary homes ready for 21st century living.


Be sure to check by the London City Portals; we will feature some of these new homes in our Linden Homes Portal. :




Sunday, March 28, 2021

The weekend in London City



Highlights from the weekend so far, and the News from the  'London City News Network' (LCNN).

Don't forget our stupid clocks changed in the night, so UK is now SL time + 8 hours.

Substation today at 12pm SLT and Katty Drunk as a skunk on the beach today from 1pm SL.









Saturday, March 27, 2021

Here comes summer-time



In the UK and Europe, the clocks go forward by 1 hour at bedtime, tonight!

This means that London City will "catch up" with the confusing USA clocks that changed two weeks ago and London time will be back to where it was, 8 hours ahead of SL Time.


Friday, March 26, 2021

Going Irish: The Nolans in Concert, on Saturday



It is The Nolan's on Saturday!

The Nolan's, who originally formed in 1974 as The Nolan Sisters, are an Irish/British girl group, famous for uptempo covers of well known songs.

In their own right, they are most famous for I'm In The Mood For Dancing, which when released in 1979, topped the charts around the world, and to this day, remains one of the most famous disco songs of the era.

The sisters, Anne, Denise, Maureen, Linda and Bernie, became regular favourites, appearing on many weekly prime-time shows, including The Two Ronnies.

Family feuds, ill health and the death of Bernie, put a stop to their act in the 2000's but the band reformed again in 2009, but stopped performing again by 2014.

Enjoy this show on Saturday at 12pm SL time (8pm UK), featuring all the Nolan's at the height of their popularity, with special guest, Kim Woodburn, who recently appeared quite demented along side Coleen Nolan on multiple shows!




Tuesday, March 23, 2021

National Day of Reflection



Today, Tuesday 23rd March in the UK is the National Day of Reflection.

The Prince of Wales to lead country in national day of reflection on first anniversary of UK lockdown.

Prince Charles will say: "Whatever our faith or philosophy, let us take a moment together to remember those who have been lost."

A minute's silence will be held at 12pm, followed by a bell toll and people are being encouraged to stand on their doorsteps at 8pm with phones, candles and torches to signify a "beacon of remembrance".



Sunday, March 21, 2021

Irish climax




On Saturday night, London City went wild for some crusties, as the Dubliners performed a wonderful concert of all the well known classic folk balads.  It was that kind of party where you could still sing along even if you did not really know the words.










And here is last nights Newsreel!


Get a dose




Quit yo' Jibber Jabber and get yo' vaccine!


On Friday as part community service and part party with nibbles, Madame Bailey hosted an event at Lala's that was literally a shot in the arm.

Being the youngest on the team (he lied), I have watched nearly all my UK friends getting their Covid Vaccine before me.

My turn is on Sunday, about the time this entry gets posted.  I have to say I feel a bit elated about it, as I have waited so long.   I've always had a bit of a phobia about people with colds, so Covid to me is very much a physcological horror as well.

If you are undecided or reluctant, reach out to me and I'll let you know how it went.  However, I do believe that the vaccine is far less frightening than the very real chance of catching this virus.

As you can see, the London team is quite large and watching everyone getting their shot before me has been unnerving in so far as every country is making end-of-lockdown plans and I am still waiting for the vaccine.

I do hope everyone in the universe gets their opportunity soon.  Til then, wear a facemask and burn the lavatory seat after use.


Thursday, March 18, 2021

Dubliners on Saturday



It is the St. Patrick's Day Weekend, the biggest piss-up since New Years Eve!

Get down to the shops early to make sure you get all the grog you need.

Join us in London City for Irish jigs, Irish Pub Songs and Folk Songs and The Dubliners!

The Dubliners are here in concert (so they are).  Drinks will be flowing, (so they will), the fife will be playing (so it will) and we'll all be singing along to famous folk music.  If you don't know the words, the just keep supping-up until you do.

Party in The Park starts at 1pm SL (8pm UK) with the show at 2pm SL.

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Wednesday, March 17, 2021

Happy St. Patrick's Day!



Pissed as a fart, "Two fingers of whisky please"

A very happy St. Patrick's day to you all!

Join everyone in The Worlds End pub today at 12pm SLT (7pm UK) for a right proper knees up with copious amounts of liquor.

St. Patrick, the Patron Saint of Partaay, was born in Belfast in 1955 and is credited with forcing Christianity on the people of Ireland.  But he did some good things too..  He was the first 3 parts pissed Bishop who would regularly have a nip, mid-sermon for medicinal purposes whilst singing Hymn's in the style of Boris Yeltsin.

The Apostle of Ireland, came to a sticky end when he fell into a vat of rum in 1995, but left this world with a smile and a burp.

Let's all party today, its what St. Patrick would have wanted!



Sunday, March 14, 2021

Weekend roundup



The Irish Festival continues here in London City as we rev right up for St.Patrick's day on Wednesday. Here are some pictures from last night's drinkathon.



And in case you missed the comprehensive weekly news summary, here it is!