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22:00 at Electrowerkz
Torture Garden returns to the amazing 6 room, 3 floor Electrowerkz for a another erotically charged, dark and dazzling July ball.

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23:00 at The Yard Theatre
Inferno, the collaborative club night present a new kind of clubbing experience that mixes the camp with the underground, pop with techno and the good with the bad.

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19:00 at The Glory
Princess Julia Loves joins forces with LGBTQIA+ womxn, trans and non-binary magazine Lesley, for surprises, mag talk, gossip and all that jazz. So get down and bring your readers!

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18:00 at Cafe de Paris
Come on a journey and experience the taste of NYC 1970’s nightlife. Expect incredible singers, dancers, aerialists, fire and Chinese pole, all telling the story of NY's infamous Studio 54 club.

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20:30 at Somerset House
Expect great tunes and even better vibes!

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12:00 at The Old Baths
Morning Gloryville comes to Hackney WickED for some more gloriously sober raving deliciousness.

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19:30 at Corsica Studios
Crazed polysexual party night Club Mofo bring you a night full of flavour and Kaos with live music from Light Asylum, Sink Ya Teeth and Secret Power.

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21:00 at Walthamstow Assembly Hall
Bent London triflemakers Duckie head to the Far East to celebrate the legacy of Leytonstone’s formidable homegal Fanny Cradock, in this quite queer celebration of a real British icon.

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23:00 at The Shacklewell Arms
Too Many Man - the awesome club night run by Savages drummer, Fay Milton.

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22:00 at The Troxy
Say goodbye to bland, lifeless warehouse spaces and say hello to an alternate clubbing universe, as IllumiNaughty transport you to the neon, gleaming-lit city of Tokyo!

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