BURN at the BFI

Time Out magazine’s cabaret editor Ben Walters’ showcase of recent moving-image-based works by UK cabaret stars at the BFI, followed by an afterparty hosted by the genteel folk from Gutterslut in the Blue Room. Dickie Beau (above), A Man to Pet and Miss Annabel Sings performed live, with videos by Scottee, Justin Bond, David Hoyle and Bourgeois & Maurice among others.

Sunshine — Leigh Bowery Night at the ICA

Celebrating Leigh Bowery’s 50th birthday, a day of Leigh-related brilliance, starting with Sue Tilley in interview at lunch time, and an evening of performance by the scene stars who knew or were influenced by him, including Scottee, Jonny Woo (above), Fancy Chance, Ryan Styles, Feral, The Trindies…


Scottee’s new club NANCY debuted at East Bloc last night, with the dressed-up, make-an-effort East End scene glamming up for his return to clubland. Pix here.

The Royal Dalston Hotel

Lyall caught the pop-up bug, and themed Vogue Fabrics upstairs and down as The Royal Dalston Hotel for a limited season of performances and club nights. Last night, Scottee was taking confessions and secrets upstairs, whilst Jonny Woo (above) was mixing it up with Kurt Weill’s Pirate Jenny down in the basement. Some pix here…

Scottee — Cafe

Scottee’s one-day-only cafe/’working-class therapy’ performance at Maiden on Shoreditch High Street… pix here.