Share Tweet Share Share Email Comments Tucked away just by Charing Cross is a magical grotto called Halfway II Heaven where all over Christmas and the New Year the queens, elves and fairies are working away to provide us with the best nights out in London. We asked the Halfway team to dress up in their best festive gear, and we asked Heather, queen of Halfway, what this time of year means to her and to pick out some festive highlights. “The festive season really brings out the family vibe in...
Hi Pagano, are you looking forward to being back at XXL on Saturday? Absolutely and it is increasingly clear that I am not the only one looking forward to my monthly slot at this London’s institution. During the days preceding every gig the excitement of the punters is now palpable. This pushes me to bring my A game and to try and wow the crowd with new exclusive remixes, edits and productions every time I am on. I definitely never rest on my laurels!
Hi Oliver, we’ve really missed the Welly being open, when are you opening the doors? We have too and, as you read this edition, we should be opening the doors at 5pm today! So if you aren’t reading this at the Welly get yourself over to us now! We’re still working on building so you’ll have to put up with the scaffolding for another week as we just couldn’t wait to open as soon as the inside was finished. Can you talk us through what has been done to the venue?
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Selecting a term
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