We are more than excited to be covering our favourite big festival: Bestival. We’ll be there with bells on bringing you the best of Bestival’s lesser known acts, superb oddities and some exclusive pictures and live updates. To make the most of our coverage please follow us on Twitter here or like us on Facebook here.
Here’s Part Two of the September To Do List, the assured follow-up to the critically acclaimed* Part One!
*It’s true. They just never wrote it anywhere.
Bourgeois & Maurice have taken the next logical step toward world-conquering, stadium-filling super stardom… they’ve only gone and got themselves a band!
It’s a To Do List of two halves this month, because THERE’S SO F*CKING MUCH TO DO! We’re loving September already and it’s only just begun!
We here at Loserville are pretty wild sometimes, but nothing on this super new event, happening TOMORROW! It was created to celebrate the feral naked teenager who was brought to Kensington Palace as a pet. We can’t wait to celebrate this beautiful oddity with a Victorian Freakshow, Masked Ball and a chance to snoop round a pretty palace!
We’re very excited that our fave new electrostar, Karin Park is coming to the Queen of Hoxton, this Thursday (18th August) from 7pm. She’s been busy collaborating with some great offbeat legends…see below for more info about Karin and a beautiful video…and it’s Free Entry to the gig! be sure to RSVP: email@example.com
Don’t miss La Cucina Futuristica, a beautiful pop-up in admiration of the Futurist’s Kitchen, co-produced by Gay Bingo friend of Loserville, Ma Butcher!
An insiders guide to New York City’s offbeat restaurants and great insight from our lovely new correspondent Daniel. Including Chelsea Grill of Hells Kitchen, Dos Caminos, East of Eighth and more…
Loserville is stoked to catch up with Australian offbeat drag sensation Drags Aloud. Their uniquely biting show is entitled SHOW GURL and we can’t recommend it enought! It’s on at the Edinburgh Fringe at the “BELLY DANCER” UNDERBELLY, COWGATE – AUGUST 18 – 28 2011, 22:20PM tickets here.
The Guardian, The Independent, Q Magazine, NME… To Do List is truly worthy of standing in a field next to any of them. And so we proved at the The Apple Cart Festival, a new music/comedy/cabaret/magic (?) celebration which took over leafy Victoria Park for one day only.