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Chill Out S.L.A.G.S.
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Chill Out S.L.A.G.S.


Description: This weekly afternoon session that has been a relentless institution dating back to the dawn of time... huge dance anthems and commercial house from DJs Simon LeVans, Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs and the genius of The DE Experience onstage at 5:00pm.

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Address: Royal Vauxhall Tavern, 372 Kennington Lane, Vauxhall, SE11 5HY - Find it on the map
Nearest station & local bus routes: Vauxhall - Use Journey Planner to plan your route to S.L.A.G.S. & Chillout.
Opening times: Every Sunday from 2:00pm until midnight.
Entry prices: �7.00 all afternoon / evening.
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nm67uk

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Registered: August 2006
Location: London, UK
Posts: 360
Review Date: 25 October 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
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When Edna is telling us a story about her previous night�s activities it�s difficult to separate fact from fiction. This week we were told all about her previous night�s visit to Stunners (a party in the East End which welcomes those of, and friends of, a TV/TS persuasion). Fact or fiction? I suspect a bit of both�

Having ripped into ChillOut regular Diana Taylor early on in the show, it was clear Edna was in a particular acerbic mood. However, she was quite welcoming to a bunch of hairdressers from Manchester, who considering the typical ChillOut punter�s lack of hair, stuck out like a sore thumb with their well preened hair dos. And that was just the boys.

Murdering a number of classic songs faultlessly the highlight had to be a number done in the style of a well known politicians� dog. For the first time ever I saw Jonathan completely lose the plot, ending up laughing hysterically with the audience (doing a fairly good job) singing for him.

Towards the end of the show Jonathan sang a song dedicated to my very dear friend/ChillOut regular Mark whose mother past away the previous week. Leaving us all feeling sad for Mark�s loss, Jonathan soon had us back on a high with the show�s regular encores of Uninvited and I just want to f*cking dance.

Both pre and post show the declining good weather meant it was busier than previous weeks/months inside the RVT. I�m really looking forward to the coming months as last week there was much more of a build up to the show with a great set from Simon Le Vans and afterwards I found myself enjoying Andy�s set properly rather than wandering in and out all evening.
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Mono

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Registered: October 2004
Location: London, UK
Posts: 231
Review Date: 7 October 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: �7.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: The Dame Edna Experieeeeeeeeeence
Cons: Craig and Greg didn't make it and Jez missed the show.

The miserable weather meant than numbers were a bit down this week but it didn't stop the faithful from gathering in sufficient numbers. Given the awful weather I could've reasonably expected the atmosphere to be a bit flat, or the performance of The D.E.Experience to be good but not great. I can, though, say hand on heart, this was the best that I've ever seen her. It was, for me, possibly the best show that I've seen; lighter on the songs, very heavy on the comedy. Jonathon is a talented singer and comedian. When the mood takes him, he's a comedic genius. This week it was non-stop genius for well over an hour.

If I was tired from the rather paltry three hours sleep, Simon's uplifting set got me back into sociable spirits. A few reasonably priced shandies later and the show started. You could tell in the opening few minutes that the dame was on form and once she started, she didn't stop; Scene-OUT's own Debbieanne bearing much of the opening routine's lines. Well, if you will stand at the front�

Karen Carpenter, who's usually ushered on in the first few minutes, was kept waiting patiently backstage and didn't make an appearance until well into proceedings. In fact the talk dominated tonight so much that songs were cut short in a determined (and thankfully unsuccessful) attempt to get back on schedule.

I love the comedy. I love the lines that are crossed, the sensibilities offended. Most of all I love that we all 'get' the joke, no matter how obscure, how coded. Practically nothing is said that we haven't thought, practically nothing is discussed that we don't understand. We're watching an extreme view of ourselves; more articulate, more confident (more trashy?) and more spangly.

At the end of the show, with the now obligatory Uninvited/I Just Wanna F***ing Dance I was exhausted � god only knows how she must've felt.

Thankfully Andy was poised and the energy was found from somewhere; before I knew it Sean was on and another sensible early night was missed.

Hey, sensible's great. But fun of this kind is so much better.
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nm67uk

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Registered: August 2006
Location: London, UK
Posts: 360
Review Date: 2 October 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: The staff all do a great job too!
Cons:

This was the second time I�d been to the RVT ChillOut since the return of Jonathan Hellyer aka the D.E. Experience. Sunday also happened to be the day after his Birthday, so what can I say that is kind? Well he�s one of those guys that doesn�t seem to age, although I was stood at the back this week, and my eyesight isn�t what it used to be ;-)

Personally, I wasn�t blown away by the show I saw 2 weeks ago. In all fairness I had probably set my expectations so high having missed 6 weeks of the musical variety and comedy genius I had become accustomed to. I also suspect his experiences performing to a different crowd many times at The Fringe has grown him in a number of ways, and it may take us some time to fully adjust to the new Jonathan.

Anyway on to this week�s show. I think Jonathan appears to be adopting (or have I just noticed this?) something like Eddie Izard�s style - start a gag, head off at a tangent for some time, and then get back to the original subject. Somewhere early on we skirted around the land of Lord Lloyd-Webber, ending up with a rather special version of Phantom of the Opera.

In addition to the usual Edna anthems, other renditions I can still recall several days on (unusual for me) included Patsy Cline/Crazy, Dionne Warwick/Do You Know the Way to San Jos�, Freddy Mercury/Living On My Own, True/Spandau Ballet and Mika/Grace Kelly. Oh, and also a second rendition of Shower You With Kisses.

Actually I think Jonathans having a bit of a new romantic revival at the moment, having a new hairdo reminiscent of that era and doing Heaven 17�s Temptation justice a couple of weeks ago.

So to conclude - I think the show is as brilliant as before, but more clever which I think is great for the regulars who to be honest are a fairly intelligent bunch, despite the state most of them are in by 9pm in the evening.

And we mustn�t forget that the great sets played by DJs Simon Le Vans, Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs keep the party going before and long after the show. I managed to keep going to 10pm despite an early Monday morning start ahead of me and really didn�t want to leave.
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Mono

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Registered: October 2004
Location: London, UK
Posts: 231
Review Date: 8 September 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: �7.00 | Rating: 9 

 
Pros: The Crowd. The Show. The Legend. The Music.
Cons: Oh god. I have to be at work in eight hours.

It resembled the triumphal arrival of The Queen of Sheba. The familiar beat of "My Love" emerged from Simon Le Van's fantastically upbeat 'warm up' (which would've been hot enough to melt iron) and the crowd began to roar, looking enthusiastically to the stage for the eagerly-awaited return of The Dame Edna Experience from her five-week leave-of-absence. Only she didn't emerge, hand first, from her velvet flaps, as she has done almost every week for over eight years, but from the back of the Tavern to sing her opening theme whilst doing a triumphant procession (complete with security to clear the way in a VERY busy venue) around the 'circle' and 'stalls' before finally climbing the staircase to the stage. So that was why those stairs had mysteriously appeared.

The show is the stuff of legend, verging on cult status. I'll happily admit that I'm a semi-regular here, although I'm not nearly as die-hard as some; travelling in from out of town every week just for eight hours in the company of Simon, Edna, Andy and Sean. Today's show was a definite not-to-be-missed event, possibly not the best show that I've ever seen but definitely a classic, with stories of the Edinburgh Fringe to share and, of course, the added raw-material gold of the flooding in Wales. Celebrity deaths, scandals and disasters always give the best material for jokes in Edna's show � assuming of course that you're not politically correct or offended by anything. I often find myself feling guilty for laughing. Paedophile's do bear the brunt of the jokes, though, because, according to The Dame herself, of all the minorities, they're 'the least likely to complain afterwards'.

I usually pop down to the Tavern to catch Simon's set and the show and then head home for a sensible early night. Tonight the atmosphere demanded that I stay 'for a bit' which, fortunately (or unfortunately) turned into 'for the rest of the evening'. Andy Almighty and Sean Sirr's sets were addictive and fun and I danced way past bed-time.

The Tavern is probably the friendliest venue in London. The staff are all brilliant (although they looked very odd tonight in their 'welcome home Edna' purple wigs); efficient and friendly. The crowd are family; people I see out everywhere else and people I see nowhere else; friendly to the man (or woman) and totally without pretension. They're also not what a lot people expect either; there's a fair smattering of doctors, lawyers, bankers in here. The one thing they all have in common, though, is their desire to enjoy life and not judge others (except perhaps the judges in the course of their work).

London is richer for having the Tavern. And so am I.

Welcome home Edna!
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nm67uk

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Registered: August 2006
Location: London, UK
Posts: 360
Review Date: 28 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
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Sun 17/8 This week�s ChillOut 10th anniversary had a special performance from Angie Brown. However, the RVT had heavy competition in the form of Soho Pride. Not really feeling the vibe in Soho a group of us dragged ourselves away about 4:30 to make it to the RVT in time for the show. Not surprisingly many others found it difficult to uproot themselves and as a result the venue was the emptiest I�d seen it come show time. However this challenge did not put Angie off and she performed a great show, and after a couple of tracks abandoned the stage to get down amongst the crowd to carry on. Something I didn�t realise is Angie is a real South London lass - a great voice and performance.

After the show the Tavern started to fill up and we were treated to the usual quality set from Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs.

Mon 25/8 Recovering from the shock of missing Sunday�s ChillOut I managed to make Monday�s event. This week there was a pre-show distraction in the form of the GMFA/RVT Sports Day. The grassy knoll was heaving with �athletes� and �supporters� of this great spectacle. Come 6pm people were heading back to the Tavern to await an appearance from Lonnie Gordon.

Once again my preconceptions were proven wrong and we were treated to a fantastic performance from an amazing singer. The only criticism I would make is her set what somewhat shorter than those of previous weeks and her encore, where some members of the audience joined her on the stage, didn�t do it for me.

The post show sets from Andy and Sean have been described by many as some of the best ever. During Andy�s set loads of glow stick necklaces were given out and various videos of the crowd dancing to some RVT classics have been cropping up on YouTube and FaceBook during the week. I am in no doubt that Monday�s RVT was this Bank Holiday Monday�s hot ticket.
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Rob

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Registered: November 2003
Location: London, UK
Posts: 185
Review Date: 18 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: cold beer, freindly, fun
Cons: none

How good was Angie Brown on Sunday, she really showed how good these girls are when given a full set to sing instead of a couple of songs in a busy club. Here interaction with the punters and fun attitude really went down a storm and her beatbox impersonation was fantastic. Really looking forward to Lonnie Gordon next Monday and also the sports day in Spring Gardens.
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Registered: May 2008
Location: London, UK
Posts: 26
Review Date: 15 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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nm67uk wrote: It�s official - I have a SLAGS ChillOut addiction � now where does one go for treatment?
Well one suggestion (on top of regular Sunday visits) would be the forthcoming Cozmic nights at the Tavern on the 3rd Friday of the month, commencing on the 19th of September.
The team are promising 100% uplifting hands-in-the-air NRG and
anthemic house. You can be sure these guys will be belting out lots of lively Almighty mixes as they're Chill out regulars themselves.
Nice to see enthusiastic fellow clubbers trying something for themselves.
One for my diary!
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Registered: August 2006
Location: London, UK
Posts: 360
Review Date: 13 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: �7.00 | Rating: 8 

 
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It�s official - I have a SLAGS ChillOut addiction � now where does one go for treatment? After promising the long suffering boyfriend that I would give the RVT a miss this Sunday come Sunday lunchtime I begged permission to go out. Leaving Zone 6 where the weather looked optimistic, by the time I arrived at the RVT it was cloudy and by the time the show started windy rain had materialized.

Having been somewhat pleased by last weeks Katherine Ellis performance, this week it was Peyton�s turn to dazzle the SLAGS.

Things didn�t get off to a good start with our performer �stuck in traffic�, and then he tried to start his show with a malfunctioning microphone. I think it�s fair to say that it took the crowd some time to warm to his performance, and banter such as mentioning his gig in Beijing a number of times didn�t seem to please many of the SLAGS.

However, as well as being pleasing on the eye, this guy has an amazing voice � far better than I�d expected and by the end of the show I think he�d managed to turn things around somewhat, with some of the numbers being right up the ChillOut crowds street meaning lots of dancing and applause.

With a returned from holiday Simon Le Vans providing a great warm-up set, post show we were treated to the usual great sets from Andy Almighty. Unfortunately I had to depart just as Sean Sirrs set was about to start.

Next weekend is an interesting one � the SLAGS ChillOut will be competing with Soho Pride. With the weather forecast not looking too promising the RVT may be busier than you might expect.
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Location: London, UK
Posts: 26
Review Date: 8 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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First time I've really seen a PA gel so well into a club set. I thought Katherine Ellis looked like she was enjoying the crowd as much as we enjoyed her. Set a very high standard for Peyton to match this coming Sunday.

On what should have been a dead, wet, Sunday afternoon the RVT once again pulled a great session out of the bag. Proof positive that the Chill out is more than just it's constituent parts. WEdna away it still THE place to be on a Sunday. With the availability of the fantastic RVT anthems Vol 1 this week and Vol 2 appearing for the first time the week after, it looks like I'll be there for the next few weeks too!

Ten years on and still not missing a beat!
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Registered: April 2006
Location: London, UK
Posts: 22
Review Date: 6 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
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Yes, we did indeed turn on the air conditioning unit by the toilets as it was off and the temperature rising. However it started to leak and was causing a flood below necessitating a staff visit with bucket and mop. So off it had to go again!!
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Location: London, UK
Posts: 360
Review Date: 5 August 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 9 

 
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I hadn�t intended to go to 'church' this Sunday but an unexpected night in post Brighton Pride meant I had more energy than I�d expected come Sunday afternoon.

With the recent few weekends of good weather gone it felt chilly outside and nobody was to be seen on the grassy knoll, even before the rain started. With many of the early arrivers feeling worse for wear from the previous days festivities it seemed I was not alone in staying at home Saturday night.

With a large portion of Londoners still away in Brighton, this was the first SLAGS ChillOut minus the DE Experience. However, during his short absence the RVT has an array of acts lined up to celebrate ChillOut�s 10th anniversary.

This weeks stand-in act was Katherine Ellis, who to be honest I had heard of, but wasn�t really sure who she was. Having experienced some dubious PA�s over the years I hadn�t set my hopes high. How wrong was I? She played a cracking set and having since researched her past I can see why we were treated to a great performance. In fact by the time Andy Almighty�s set came on after the show we were exhausted from all the early dancing. We had also spotted a very nice looking mohawked photographer but were dismayed when he was introduced during the show as Mr Ellis. I think that was a �he is out of bounds boys� message from the fabulous singer

Once people had woken up and gotten in the mood with such a great start to the dancing it carried on at full throttle throughout Andy�s set and onwards in Sean Sirrs set where I had to leave early due to a back injury (its not what you think, honest).

The other bit of news is that the RVT have produced a handy pocket sized publication named 'The Taverners Gazette', the first issue of which was available on Sunday. Of course I didn�t read it at the time and finally found it in the bottom of my bag the day after. As well as details of all upcoming events at the RVT during the next month there is some fun stuff as well, all edited by scene-OUT.com�s very own Munchkin Debbieanne.

The only complaint I have is someone didn�t turn on all the air conditioning units and it got very balmy! Well someone did switch on the one by the DJ booth, but then someone switched it off again. Grrrr!
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Review Date: 29 July 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
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This Sunday was The Big One � the last show before Jonathan Hellyer (Edna) heads off to The Fringe at Edinburgh to introduce new character Livinia Slutford to the world.

Expectations from SLAGS regulars were high. The weather was great and crowds turned up early to ensure they could obtain a wristband and not miss the show. Even an airship advertising Stella Artois was seen flying over the grassy knoll. Pre-show tunes were competently served up by DJ Little John filling in for Simon Le Vans.

Well what can I say? We most certainly were given a lengthy and emotional show. Memorable performances for me included The Buggles/Video Killed The Radio Star, a pre-encore Over The Rainbow, and a post-Encore (sorry if that doesn�t make sense) Erasure/A Little Respect.

In addition to the usual hilarious anecdotes Jonathan really opened up (no, not like that!) to the crowd. He promised us that he would not forget us if (and we all know that it�s when and not if) The Fringe takes his career to the next level. He also revealed that it�s the RVT SLAGS ChillOut faithful that have made it possible for him to believe in himself.

We love you Jonathan, and await your return. Whilst awaiting your return we�ll enjoy some of the stand-in acts forming party of the RVT ChillOut 10th anniversary celebrations.

As if things couldn�t get any more enjoyable, the post show performances from Andy Almighty and Sean Sirrs made a number of people say to me this felt like one of the best ChillOuts ever, if not the best.

And did I really unlace my 20 hole boots so I could remove my underwear? As I�m missing my underwear I fear the worse�
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Registered: November 2004
Location: Norwich, UK
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Review Date: 23 July 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 10 

 
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�Sun is shining; the weather is sweet. Make you want to move your dancing feet�. Add to this, my friends coming out to play on a Sunday afternoon! There was no better place to head to than The Royal Vauxhall Tavern.

Arriving at my traditional time of 3.30, I had my wristband on and pint in hand within minutes and got set to enjoy some summer sun and some Simon Le Vans!

This afternoon, with the weather being beautiful, a lot of the crowd had spilled out onto the outside tables and Spring Gardens was packed with a mixture of SLAGS, Beyond ravers, sun worshipers and a couple out for a picnic!

�The grassy knoll� could almost become an event in its own right during the summer months. But, the knoll is unofficially SLAG territory and the ones with RVT wristbands are the luckiest! We have plenty of added bonuses, one being DJ Simon Le Vans keeping us refreshed and away from the suns rays with his funky and upbeat mix of records.

The D E Experience graced the stage with his presence at just past 5.30 to an adoring crowd of familiar faces and party boys and girls. I was ready for the show. Drink in hand and prepared for some sidesplitting comedy from one of the scenes biggest comedy and vocal talents. Hail Edna.
This week topics included Madeline McCann, fisting and the Chillouts 10th birthday celebrations in August! How much did I laugh? My sides hurt! I loved it.

Edna treated the cheering audience to performances from Karen Carpenter (in the style of the B52s), Cher, Frank, Bette, Annie Lennox, The Fugees and an excellent performance from Robert Smith (The Cure) singing �Love Cats�. Closing the performance with �I just wanna fucking dance�!

After the show, is when the �have fun, go mad� attitude really kicks in! The dancing and drinking is taken up a notch, and this is when the question must be asked, �Is Sunday really the day of rest?� Not in here it isn�t!!

For me SLAGS works so well in the summer time. It�s a social event, a disco and a cabaret all rolled into one, with the friendliest crowd in town to top it all off. I look forward to my next visit!
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Registered: May 2008
Location: London, UK
Posts: 26
Review Date: 22 July 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: �7.00 | Rating: 10 

 
Pros: Atmosphere, music, people.
Cons: Sometimes too packed to dance!

I have to agree that Sunday was one of the best S.L.A.G.S. sessions I've had at the Vauxhall Tavern in ages. Johnathan really seemed to pull out all the stops so that we don't forget him whilst he's away in Edinburgh.

His vocal mimicry of Robert Smith was sublime; after going there way too many years to admit in a public forum, he still manages to surprise and amaze me. Not sure that all the punters there are ready for indie tracks but I enjoyed him departing from show tunes. Doubly surprised as I wasn't that taken with his Lavinia Slutford show at the Pleasance. But it's not just the show; it's the improvements in the venue, friendliness of the staff, crowd of friends and usual brilliance of the music that make it a unique venue.

I don't go every week (as I did), as I'm going through one of my "bored with clubbing" phases but days like Sunday are sure to curtail such phases...
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Review Date: 21 July 08 Would you recommend this club? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

 
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Being only 2 shows before Jonathan Hellyer (Edna) heads off to The Fringe at Edinburgh to put Livinia Slutford through her paces, I just couldn�t resist another fix of the RVT SLAGS Chillout. I was one of the lucky ones who got to see the preview of Ms Slutford at the Pleasance Theatre Islington last weekend and think Jonathan has created a character that will truly appeal to a wider audience.

Once again, despite clouds in the sky, the rain stayed away allowing those arriving early to quickly get their wristbands and then be able to spend a couple of hours flitting between the venue and the grassy knoll.

In developing his new character Jonathan appears to have been experimenting with Edna. Apart from a regular Karen Carpenter number plus two standard encore numbers, the material sung over recent weeks has been amazingly varied.

Proving his versatility, last week we were treated to (Basildon boys) Depeche Mode/Strangelove and this week it was (Crawley boys) The Cure/Lovecats complete with badly applied Robert Smith lippy. Having done something amazing with The Fugees/Killing Me Softly we were finally treated to one of my favourite pop songs � Beautiful by Christina Aguilera.

Something I have learnt during my now regular visits is how you start to feel part of the SLAGS family. Last week we saw one regular celebrate his 25th birthday with Edna performing a special request and this week we saw another celebrate his 50th birthday with a similar dedication. Ok, in both cases I know the guys concerned but the point is, and corny though it sounds, you really �feel the love� here on a Sunday afternoon, with all ages and types mixing it up.
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