20th Birthday Plans

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katykit
Since: Jan 2006
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Posted: Monday the 23rd January 2006 at 16:09


20th Birthday Plans


It's far away in May (my birthday 8th May) but I'll be twenty and planning to head out on the 13th (saturday).

We live in hertfordshire, letchworth and constantly out in hitchin or stevenage.

I'd LOVE to go to a bar first and then head to a club in London. I love indie/rock/dance/anything like that and I like to dress up, not as a tart but skirts, heels, pretty tops etc.

We'll be getting off at Kings Cross but I was hoping there could be an idea passed on for what we could do and some directions.

We're friendly, a good laugh and good looking (no fake-make up crap) a mixture of single and couples age ranges from 18 to 22.

If you've heard of Jumpin jaks and Pulse-we love it, if thats any help!

Pleeeease help, I want it to be such a great night,not in stevenage!





markymarkymark
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Posted: Wednesday the 1st February 2006 at 16:28


There are a few mega-clubs around Kings Cross like Scala and the cross. There are some v funky bars just south of the station but they are pretty hard to find....forgot the names as i was drunk at the time but theres one in a warehouse south of the thameslink station on the road to the water rats pub.

you won't find places like you get in stevenage cos clubs are either too small or too expensive or full of posers. most london girls are rude and dull princess wannabies so you'll prob be v popular here!

what music you into?


swish
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Posted: Wednesday the 1st February 2006 at 17:15


If you can chat and dance maybe you could be clinking glasses in Manjaro.

piccadilly line from kings cross to holloway then right 4mins up the road. voila! 148 Holloway Road. Manjaro


XXsexy_staceyXX
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Posted: Friday the 3rd February 2006 at 13:45


WEL MY BIRTHDAYS NEXT WEEK SO I PLANNED IN ADVANCE IM GETTING A LIMO MEETING EVERYONE A THE PUB WE LIVE NEAR GOING UP TO LEICTER SQUARE GOING IN A BAR 4 A BIT THEN GOING IN A CLUB TILL EARLY MORNING THEN GOING BACK I CANT WAIT YOU SHOULD DO SOMETHING LIKE THAT GET EVERY1 TO CHIP IN FOR THE LIMO I DONT NO WHAT CLUBS TO SUGGEST I LIKE RNB HIP HOP N ALL THAT SO WULDN NO LOL HAVE FUN XXX Wink


liya
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Posted: Friday the 3rd February 2006 at 19:37


how much was the limo?


Victoria Barnett
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Posted: Saturday the 4th February 2006 at 05:02


Hmm...So your young, hedonistic and like your acoustic music. Well I would say that right now, the rock and indie crowd in London are beginning to take serious notice of the club NME nights (with NME Magazine) at Koko Nightclub in Camden Town which provides trendy rock fans with a heady mix of sexy funky dance rock (if that really can be understood to be a genre).

Formerly the Camden Palace after undergoing some serious refurbishment the club is now looking slick and ready to entertain with a line-up of refreshing events providing a break from the norm. Its a large scale super club venue with all taste of the smaller more intimate West End Venues. I personally would not hesitate to recommend this venue for more information contact the venue at the details on http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/clubs_bars/venue-819.php.

However if you like a bit of superclub dance music and want to dance to which seems like something out of the feature film “Human Traffic” why not get yourself down to Egg club in King’s Cross (details at http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/clubs_bars/venue-2759.php). The thing with Egg is that its almost certain you will find more people with the love bug, smiles, hands in the air, house and dance music than you can shake your glow sticks at. It’s probably London’s last remaining pillar of the warehouse party with promoters still retaining that love dance and acid (without the acid) feeling from the old skool. The atmosphere is absolutely amazing and leaving will be harder than you imagine! Can anyone else say pass the bucket, everything seems to be spinning……

Now it isn't for but maybe you would be interested in doing the whole glam "it" girl of London thing and going to a VIP venue on guestlist and for one night play the glam game at one of the many members venues available. All In London host guestlists for a number of great clubs which have been known to be celeb hangouts including Chinawhite, Pangaea, Umbaba, The Penthouse and Attica. If you are interested just have a browse through the club nights section ( http://www.allinlondon.co.uk/whats-on.php?type=nights) and you can even book in advance. My personal recommendation goes to Mamilanji in Chelsea on The Kings Road which has become the spot to be seen at latley!

Well I hope that has been of some help, any further questions or requests just drop in another message! Cool Dude


gerard tomnay
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Posted: Monday the 6th February 2006 at 12:35


If you need directions you can get them on your mobile phone live from a licensed London taxi driver while you walk. Their number is in the top right hand corner of this page!

Hope it goes well.


nikkinoos
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Posted: Monday the 6th February 2006 at 20:30


Be wary that alot of the smarter clubs like The Penthouse, Embassy they r over 21s so not all ur group will get in.

If u want house stay in KIngs Cross, Egg, The Key, The Cross etc. Scala has diff music every sat.

If u want cheese in 1 room and RnB and old garage in another room go Sound. Its like a big version of Destiny (Watford) Cheap drinks etc.

Indie area has to be Camden. Cool old pubs with a Lloyds/Bar Risa on the canal with KOKO a great club. Used 2b Camden Palace.

If u like raving go Fabric or Seone but most ppl dress down as trainers r allowed.

Hoxton is a fashionable place. Mother/333 is a restaurant/bar/club.

Let me kno if u want any more info









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