The Adventures of Lulu Levan – THIS FRIDAY!

The Adventures of Lulu Levan – THIS FRIDAY!

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Friday October 30th, 2015, The House of St Barnabas,  1 Greek Street, W1D 4NQ

8-1 / RSVP only

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Autumn is here, lovely! That means the festive season will soon be upon us, so why not start now? 

The Adventures of Lulu Levan is back this Friday October 30th at The House of St Barnabas. As usual, party vibes will most definitely be in the house as Lulu will get the Garden room jumping to her heady mix of new and old tunes – from James Brown and The Jackson 5, Lionel Richie and The Sugarhill Gang, through to Todd Terje, Ce Ce Peniston and A Guy Called Gerald. 

Be prepared, as It will be raining audio bombs ‘all night long’ (sing together now). 

SPECIAL GUEST ALERT! HELENE STOKES (DJ MAG) 

All killers, no fillers!

To RSVP for limited guest list and for more info, contact mslululevay@gmail.com

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Friday Night Disco!

Alert! New night at the Social, with Anna Greenwood hosting a night of pop music, of all varieties. Cameo? Chaka Khan? C&C Music Factory? Hot Chip? Yes and yes – you name it, party night is FRIDAY night.

And I’m DJing with her on the first one – Friday February 17th, so come and support!

Rockaoke Calling!

ROCKAOKE! It could be YOU!

Sing with Rockaoke on stage at KOKO at Guilty Pleasures 7th Birthday Party on Saturday 24th September. Upload your audition clip at www.facebook.com/guiltypleasures or email it to info@guiltypleasures.co.uk and you could be singing LIVE on stage with a full band and living the rock star dream! Find out more HERE.
The lovely Anna Greenwood explains how, worth watching purely for entertainment value.

Flying High Club

Sorry to disappoint, but the Flying High Club has nothing to do with the Mile High Club. The Flying High Club is when really embarrassing things happen to you at airports, which involve ‘flying’ items, such as plates, scrambled eggs, coffee and mobile phones.

I have now officially started up this club due to a humiliating experience that happened to me at Heathrow Airport whilst en route to New York, just before Xmas. I was hideously hungover, naturally, whilst taking cover at a Bagel gaff preparing myself for a long flight in coach.

Once I had fuelled up on a mayo-laden delight, laced with cheese and other hangover cures, I was preparing to leave by putting on my coat – simple task, for most – when suddenly my Blackberry slipped out of my hand and smashed the woman, sitting directly opposite me, right in the face. What can I say. I was more mortified than her, whilst the poor woman held her wounded head in her hands, I muttered a pathetic, “oh, so sorry” and ran away. Yes, I ran away, laughing, with the sheer horror of it all. She is probably brain-damaged and it’s all my fault. I felt like Naomi Campbell, just not as glamourous.

But this was not the conceptual moment for the FHC. The original FHC was conceived three years ago whilst travelling back from Bryon Bay to Sydney, extremely hungover (a recurring theme, it seems) and I was feeling great – super fit, great hair, sporting a lemon yellow dress with a killer tan. I stopped off for scrambled eggs and coffee before my flight, and on the way to my table, carrying a bag with a laptop in over one arm, and a tray in my hand, the imbalance of weight between the arms caused the tray to go flying up in the air – like a frigging rocket – and I watched like a frozen statue as the whole lot came down over me in slow motion. Eggs, beans, coffee, milk. All over me. It took three people to help clear up the mess, and suffice to say I arrived in Sydney not the glamorous mirage I had initially envisaged.

So, until next time, when I have more anecdotes to share with you from the FHC. I still have two more flights to catch before I head home next week, so who knows what could occur… Now, where’s my glass of wine?

Guilty Pleasures Head to Edinburgh Festival


This year, for the first time in their giddy lives, Guilty Pleasures is taking its full-throttle, musical roller-coaster to the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe for an onslaught of dates to get the festival dancing to their pop beat.

Residing at the newest and most exciting venue at Edinburgh Fringe this year, the 600 capacity spiegeltent Assembly @ Princes Gardens, every weekend will see Guilty Pleasures putting on the razzle-dazzle for 16 glorious parties.

The “putative global phenomenon” (The Guardian) that is Guilty Pleasures, will feature Sean Rowley, singing and dancing dj Anna Greenwood, acrobatic dance troupe of manly proportions Hot Gusset and resident Priest Father Oates with his confessional booth, taking confession from the audience within the sanctuary of his booth and dishing out penance in the form of holy Vodka. Amen.

Guilty Pleasures will be embracing the Edinburgh Festival tradition of having fellow guest performers from Fringe shows to feature at the nights. It’s one great big pop party and everyone is invited!

A first for Assembly Festivals and Guilty Pleasures – never have the former brought a club night to the festival, but then this isn’t any old club.

4th – 28th August 2010
Assembly @ Princes Street Gardens, Edinburgh
11.30pm – 2.30am

http://www.guiltypleasures.co.uk/edinburgh

Run Dem!

A running club in Shoreditch? Sounds a bit Nathan Barley doesn’t it? There is a slight element of try-hard running outfits, but it’s a really positive community to join. Lead by poet Charlie Dark, creatives across music and media head out every Tuesday night and explore London, on foot. We did 7 miles last night and feel great!