5 Cracking Parties Worth A Hangover This Bank Holiday Weekend

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Anyone else feel like they haven’t been out for a ‘wild one’ for far too long? Bank Holiday weekend has come around just in time. And you’re certainly spoilt for choice when it comes to big nights out in London this Easter weekend. Expect hangover-inducing, but unforgettable nights of great music… and some even better dance moves.

 

1. Idris Elba @ Egg

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One of Britain’s favourite multi-talented men, Idris Elba, is making a much-anticipated appearance up on the DJ booth at Egg this Easter Weekend. On Thursday 24th, Industry London and Egg have combined forces to bring you an incredible night inside the North London warehouse style club. Other guest appearances include the talented Saytek, Barber and a secret special visitor… Perhaps it’s your chance to ask Mr Elba if the Bond rumours are true. You can buy your tickets on Fever in advance for £18.

 

2. Global Rhythms @ Electric Brixton

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Take yourself on a journey around the world of music this Easter Sunday 27th March, as Global Rhythms come to Electric Brixton. Afrobeat legend Dele Sosimi and his orchestra will be headlining the party. Also amongst the stars of the line-up will be the talented Romare with his second ever London based live show and Berlin’s Session Victim. Supporting DJs include Crazy P, Bradley Zero, First Word Records, Yam Records, Container Records and Global Rhythms residents. A guaranteed Bank Holiday treat (and worth a hangover on Monday). Tickets are £12.50 on the Fever app.

 

3. The Yonce Experience @ Piccadilly Institute

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[The Yonce Experience]
Listen – Single Ladies, Divas and Naughty Girls, on Thursday 24th March get ready to get Drunk In Love, because the Piccadilly Institute are bringing you an Irreplaceable experience. And there’ll be plenty more where that came from, with 5 straight hours of Queen Bae’s songs, it’s going to be the Best Thing You’ve EVER Had. Entry is only £5.

 

4. Moulin Rouge screening @ The Grand

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[The Grand]
It’s the 15th Anniversary of Moulin Rouge, so the Clapham Grand are putting on a screening (and throwing a bit of a party afterwards!). To get you warmed up for the night, sing along as you watch our favourite love story and get involved in the’Moulin Rouge Drinking Game’… expect to have to drink whenever someone breaks into song. So join Lady Marmalade  on Thursday 24th March. Doors open at 7.30pm, the screening begins at 8.30pm and the partying starts at 10.30pm.

 

5. The Big Ten Inch @ The Book Club

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[Time Out]
Get your glad rags on because The Big Ten Inch are back in full swing this Easter weekend. Head to The Book Club in Shoreditch on Saturday 26th March from 8pm to experience a night of live music and sets. Expect gutbucket jazz, raucous swing and jumping juke joint R&B, with performances from Julia Titus and The Pigfoot Five. It’s £5 on the door if you arrive after 9pm.

 

Featured image credit: Global Rhythms

Georgie Jones

Georgie Jones

After graduating, Georgie decided to drastically break the mould and moved to Clapham, where she quickly picked up an Australian accent. She loves bloody Marys, small plates and dogs and strives not to be a walking cliché - so goes running instead.