Kicking off our socials in style to celebrate LGBT+ history month this February, the Young Fabians Arts and Culture Network will be taking a trip to the infamous Royal Vauxhall Tavern for their most famous club night of the week, hosted by London's very own Night Czar Amy Lamé. Duckie have been running this queer dance party/cabaret show on Saturday nights for 21 years and describe themselves as 'purveyors of progressive working class entertainment.'
'Duckie believe in giving a Class Analysis to culture, in order to make the best work available to communities that might not otherwise have access to it. We use popular forms of entertainment, volunteer participation and the poetics of partying to make our shows accessible to communities that are sometimes marginalised from the arts.'
Sounds like something the Young Fabians need to experience!
We'll meet at Thamesis Dock (the boat that's a pub on the Thames) from 8pm for a few drinks, then head to the Royal Vauxhall Tavern at around 10pm to get in for £5. Join us anytime you can, but be aware that the price goes up to £8 after 10.30.
Find out more about the event here: