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Some of London’s finest nightspots are about to get a year older, and just like your friends’ birthdays, guess what? They’ve all come along at the same time…
Last week, Sugarbeat Club celebrated a successful first year at the Brixton Jamm. With the line-up safely in the hands of hosts Utah Saints, we’re more than a little excited to find out who’ll be playing next time.
Tonight The Old Queen’s Head reaches the ripe old age of four. With DJ sets from Foals, Chew Lips and Primary1, it’s sure to be quite a party. Make sure you arrive before 8pm for free entry.
Another baby celebrating its very first birthday is The Queen of Hoxton. But one night of fun just isn’t enough for the East End venue, which is taking a whopping five days (2-7 March) for its official celebration. Disco punks WhoMadeWho kick off the fun, which continues with indie bingo, light displays and the fab Hackney Colliery Band.
And finally, alternative night White Mischief sees in its third birthday on 27 March. The party is at Scala, with a theme of The Great Exhibition. The line-up certainly seems to fit the title, as it includes a six-foot balloon man, an electrocuting scientist and steampunk burlesque!