Tag: london

BFI to release The Pleasure Girls (1965)

A film that has passed me by this far, The Pleasure Girls will be released by the BFI and Flipside in the coming weeks on a dual-format disc (DVD and Blu-ray on the same disc). When Sally (Francesca Annis) moves to London to pursue a modelling career, she moves in […]

Soul Syndicate in London

If your soul tastes extend beyond the late 50s and 60s, you might want to check out Soul Syndicate this Sunday, 25th April 2010. You'll find it at Concrete at Pizza East, Tea Building, 56 Shoreditch High Street, London E1, running from 6pm until midnight with free entry and offering […]

Va Va Voom returns in London

Not a new club, but Va Va Voom is back for 2010, offering up rare soul in the capital. Specifically you'll find the night on Saturday April 24th at The Boston Music Rooms, 178 Junction Road, Tufnell Park, London N19, with resident DJs Yann Vatiste, Ady Lupton and Joel Maslin […]

Fred Perry Concept Shop – London

We don't tend to feature the same company twice in one day, but we have just been told about the new Fred Perry Concept Shop in Spitalfields Market in the east end of London, so with weekend approaching, we though we should get the information out there for you weekend […]

The Getup at A Go-Go (London)

A bit last minute, but if you're in the area, try and check out The Getup at A Go-Go. Now with a new horn section, The Getup offer up original funky Hammond led tunes, with a sound not unlike early JTQ. Supporting with the tunes is DJ Tim K of […]

Goodbye Gemini heads to DVD

It's been out overseas for a while now, but Goodbye Gemini hasn't made it to these shores so far on DVD. Well…until now that is, with a reissue courtesy of Odeon. The movie, which is also known as Twinsanity, stars Judy Geeson and Martin Potter as said twins, seemingly innocents […]

Season of the Witch screening

It's some time ahead, so you might want to make a note in your diary for Wednesday 19th May, when the Flipside (via the BFI) will be screening The Season of the Witch in London. Sound familiar? Of course it does – the song by Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger. […]