With fantastic headline acts: Lauren Mayberry from Chvrches DJing in the Attic Space, and Charlie XCX fresh from recording with Iggy Azalea on the main stage plus plenty of special guests such as hip hop duo Red N Pink, and DJs, this was always going to be a big night on the LBQ calendar.Read more
Usually a 4 piece band, however for this intimate performance, Steph and Chris did a one off acoustic stripped down set for Chick Habit. They did some covers and some of their own material, focusing on a country and blues sort of sound, just the two of them and a guitar.Read more
A semi-regular venture of Brighton’s Dining D’s membership group to London selected new women’s venue Bar Titania for their most recent event. With Sunday roasts on offer, who wouldn’t?Read more
With toe-tapping, floor filling music, this event really starts to kick off at 11 as the women pour in.
The music, supplied by DJ Sandra D and guests, was a lively, eclectic mix reminiscent of Popstarz in its old school days, guaranteed to fill the floor.Read more
Rose Collis opened with her banjo and stories of gender bending christmases past, with plenty of dramatic dyke-ness in a style not unlike that of "grumpy old women" but more interesting and funnier. For example, did you know that christmas cards were invented by the man who invented the stamp. Capitalism at its best. And over 1.8bn cards are send each year in the UK.Read more
Upstairs at Retro, with a dedicated bar, and fold out seats, Maureen welcomes the audience and is the most gracious host, as well as a cuttingly observant MC. From the Saga crew, to the Hounslow crew, no one was safe from this wit. Maureen also took us on a journey of new jokes, innuendo and Europe, during the introductions.Read more
Held at the Voltaire cigar bar at Blackfriars, the underground space gives Lounge the feeling of prohibition Speakeasy. The spell of virgin fruit juice was quickly broken, however, with our first expertly poured shooter.Read more
The Candy Bar, a sunny Autumn Saturday afternoon, Planet London sits down with former reality stars Tracy Ryerson and Stamie Karakasidis.Read more
From humble beginnings in a bar in Soho, to the swanky Purcell Room at SouthBank, Polari, brainchild of, chaired and curated by Paul Burston, LGBT Editor at Time Out has come a long way and is still going from strength to strength on it's 6th Birthday.Read more
Two singles, One album and a #7 chart position later, Lucy has become the full package. From aflop to electric dreams, it's a transformation of the highest order.Read more
"Come What Mae"
From the warm welcoming, understated entrance, it's like a humorous 'getting to know' a new best friend. Mae is charming, witty and modest. She tells tales about those familiar milestones of growing up with compassion and hilarious facial expressions. She's a self confessed Harry Potter erotica fan.
The night began with Chick Habit's own DJs warming up the crowd ready for Lauren’s guest appearance. Fans were not disappointed. She played over an hours worth of quality music, seamlessly mixed featuring Azelia Banks, Tegan & Sara, La Roux and even surprised us with a few more unpredictable choices such as Katy Perry and Chvrches’ own remix of Ms Mr’s Hurricane, creating an electric atmosphere over at Candy Bar.Read more