It’s International Women’s Day weekend and the London party scene is taking note:
The notorious Radar Radio community presents a genre-crossing dance night in celebration of Women’s Day. Featuring Nina Las Vegas, one of Australia’s leading DJs and tastemakers. Old Street.
A monthly feel-good house, disco and techno party hailing from Berlin, held at self described homo pleasure paradise Dalston Superstore. Expect dancers, DJ booths in the toilets and free entry (and yours truly on the line up).
A calmer one: 3 London based female artists in Camden, fronting soul, R&B and of course, jazz.
Drum and Bass all night long from Resident DJ’s Bailey & Need for Mirrors, alongside guests. At The Pickle Factory, E2.
Boko!Boko! returns with afrobeats/kuduro/reggaeton/dancehall bangers. One of the best afrobeats nights and an all female collective of producers and DJs. Free entry, The Alibi in Dalston.
Underground house and techno, against a unique staging collaboration with set designer Maeve Black. At The Waiting Room, Stoke Newington.
For live music, Dark pop from Ghum, “slut punk” artists and more, at the Finsbury Pub, Green Lanes.
An All-female international line-up, with live performances. Open til 5am, Peckham.
Sold out on the Thursday and Friday, an evening global exhibition movement set to DJs (yours truly on the Saturday night). Featured in Elle Magazine. A starter for the night, till 11pm in Shoreditch.
SISU all female collective takeover. Expect House, Techno, Disco alongside visual artists. Free entry, and again, yours truly on the lineup. New Cross.
Day and Night of music for and by women. Bands, DJs and workshops, Peckham.
The quirky one: a silent disco (3 channels). Dance with other heartbroken Brexit divorcees, at the Vaults, Southwark.
Minimal techno til 7am at E1. A trinity of great artists, great venue and great sound system.