Tag: Party

They like bowling, and they we LOVE Hiphop. So, they decided to merge the two, throw in some of the hottest hiphop Djs about and BOOM – Rock The Belles Presents: Hip Hop‘N’Bowl!

It’s Hiphop vibes, old and new – think 2 Pac, Biggie, Nas, Snoop, Busta, Missy, Kanye, Drake, Kendrick, A$AP Rocky, J Cole & more. We throw in the odd R&B joint too, and a couple of other gems, just for good measure ;-). This night always goes off in a BIG way, please arrive early! Tables are free to book for 10+ too, but be quick!


Matchstick runs Concrete Music Promotions, the finest Hiphop specialist radio and club promotions company in the UK, looking after acts including Angel Haze & Kid Ink.  One of our fav residents. www.twitter.com/djmatchstick

Fearney has hosted the Xtra talent show on BBC Radio 1Xtra. She also has her own show on Deja Vu FM where she has interviewed the cream of UK talent such as Wiley, Example and Emeli Sande to superstar artists including Trey Songz, Wiz Khalifa and Eve. Her DJ sets have seen her play at Lovebox for the past 3 years. djfearney.podomatic.com

Emily Rawson’s protégée, The awesome Dj Ellie Prohan will also be on the decks – expect to be entertained by the dancing dj who can throw it down on the decks – you heard it here first!www.mixcloud.com/Dj_Elz

Tickets: £5 Advance Queue Jump rockthebelles.com (strongly advised)

Guestlists: 1st Come 1st Served £5 before 11pm / £7 after GuestlistsHiphopnbowl@rockthebelles.com MOTD

Tables: For groups of 10+ & free to book Hiphopnbowl@rockthebelles.com

Bowling: £6.50 per head based on 6 people per lane for 1 hour. Bowling can be booked on the night on a first come first served basis from 9pm-3am. There are no advance bowling bookings.

Times: 9pm-3am

Info: rockthebelles.com // twitter.com/irockthebelles // instagram.com/irockthebelles //facebook.com/supadupaflylove

Address: Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, Basement of Basement of Tavistock Hotel, Bedford Way, WC1H 9EU

Tube: Russell Square


cider rave bank holidayCider Box are putting on a one off Bank Holiday Sunday pub rave this coming weekend, bringing a bit of rural retro party to inner city life. Soundsystem with DJs all day, an amazing range of real ciders at Westcountry prices, free entry all day.
Find the Facebook event page here https://www.facebook.com/events/918115214877849
Event info:
The Cider Box presents all day pub rave
1pm to 1am
The Old Ship Inn, Sylvester Path, Hackney Central, E8 1EN
Also it's worth pointing out that all the profits for this event go to the DEC for their Nepal efforts. Update here https://www.facebook.com/events/918115214877849/


bouholljpg-739471717bfcbd5510bcfb78e9251427Stop, collaborate and listen, B&H is back with a brand new invention. Launching on Friday 22nd May in East London, Playback: The 90s Party is a weekend of parties that will recreate the distinctive sounds, looks and tastes of the 1990s.

Rewinding the years to a decade that all of us know and some of us can just remember, Playback: The 90s Party gives creds to the fashion, music and films that made a generation and has now inspired London’s most recent copycat trends. With special guest performances and curated live music, this party will present the true sounds of the decade, while setting the scene with the coolest 90s inspired drinks, décor, and fashions.

For the weekend, an East London warehouse will be transformed into the ultimate 90s party venue, with a style and atmosphere reminiscent of something in between The Viper Room, Ministry Of Sound, and Supernova Heights. Featuring two large party spaces, the warehouse will be decked out with a games room inspired by the era of the Nintendo, dance podiums fit for Madonna, and a huge screen showcasing 90s classic films and VJ mash-ups.

Throughout the evening, partygoers can drink at one of the multiple cocktail flaring bars, challenge their highest score at Pacman, push it to Salt ‘n’ Pepa, get loaded to Primal Scream, or body pop to Run DMC as part of a 90s break dance stand-off. A hair and make-up stand will also be available, channelling some of the most famous looks of the decade.

Music throughout the evenings will be a mixtape of DJ classics, with tunes that suite any grunge groupie, pop princess, and hip-hop homie. Specially curated live music, including special guest headline acts from the decade will keep party people on the dance floor until the early hours. Cocktail experts, Bourne & Hollingsworth, will be taking guests on a trip down memory lane, rewriting history and putting a modern spin on the hazy recollections of frozen daiquiris, pina coladas, wibbles, and blue lagoons.

Guests are encouraged to dress for the part, channelling their inner grunge child, rock God, preppy freshman, low slung rap star or technicolour raver. Girls, choose plenty of lipliner, bindis, and your best slip dresses, bodysuits and high waisted denim. Guys, it’s all about flannel, ripped jeans, Adidas tracksuits, acid brights and bucket hats.

Playback: The 90s Party

2-18 Warburton Rd,

The Laundry


E8 3FN


Friday 22nd – Saturday 23rd May 2015,

Tickets are priced at £25



One of the stranger press releases that have landed at our door - the first (as far as we know) celebration of small penises in London.

Is big really better? That’s the question poet Ant Smith will be answering with an emphatic “no!” when he hold’s the world’s first celebratory gathering for men with small penises at ‘The Big Small Penis Party’, in London on March, 7th.

“For too long, men who perceive their penises to be small have been made to feel inadequate. It’s time to stand up and say there’s nothing wrong with having a little nob”, says Ant, whose poem Shorty, embracing his own “crooked little finger”, received national press attention last year. “The reaction to Shorty was astounding. I’ve never experienced anything like it, I had men from all over the world contact me to say how the poem provided them with a long overdue boost of confidence. I hate the perception that you’re not a ‘real man’ unless you have a big penis, and I don’t think men who think they have small penises should be body shamed by the perception that big is better, or that massive dongs are even remotely common”.

Having been exposed to the scale of sensitivity amongst men regarding the size of their bulge, and inadvertently becoming a voice for those suffering in silence, Ant felt duty bound to take things a step further and decided to make a more concerted effort to campaign against the notion that the bigger the better.

“I’m told that the average length of a man’s penis in Britain is between 5.5 - 6.3 inches when erect. However, I think most men that fall within that bracket would tell you they have a small penis, not an average one, and a lot of them would tell you they’re ashamed of it. That’s not right. Even if you’re smaller than average, so what? It’s this age old misconception that men are in someway more virile, fertile and better able to satisfy a sexual partner if they have a big todger that I want to challenge. It’s nonsense.”

Ant says that ‘The Big Small Penis Party’ will be the first step on his journey to get people to talk more openly about penis size; “I wanted to hold an event in London that’s open to everyone. I have nothing against men with above average size penises, but to be honest they’ve had more than their fair share of the limelight, this party is all about celebrating smaller members”.

Ticketing for the event will certainly reflect the mood of the night. Male guests will pay an entrance fee equal to 50p per claimed inch of their erect penis size. Later in the evening, Ant will announce the average phallic length in the room, based on door takings, to see how it matches up against the national average.

The line up of performers on the night includes two female comediennes, six naked male poets, a folk musician, a hiphop comedy duo, live music and of course Ant himself, performing Shorty. “It’s an open invite to everybody, male or female. We’ve all been touched by a small penis in our lifetime, now’s the time to give something back”.

Ant’s also aware of the more serious side of what he’s doing; “I accept what I’m trying to do will inevitably cause a few sniggers, and I think some humour is warranted, to help us get the message out there. However, it’s very important that we don’t forget the traumatic effects on someone’s mental health that any kind of insecurity linked to appearance can have”.

It seems the ‘The Big Small Penis Party’ is only the beginning for Ant, he has ambitious plans to take his campaign to the doors of those he believes are still helping create the impression that big is best; “Do people genuinely believe that male models and celebrities like David Beckham, pictured in their underwear, have nob’s as big as their eye-watering bulges suggest? And if David does have a tiny todger, why would anyone care? It’s the advertisers and magazines that create these fantasy, enhanced bulge pictures that I want to speak to. It’s time they printed photos of men looking natural. And natural rarely means big.”

Anyone who can’t make the party can voice their own opinions, follow the build up to the event and get updates throughout the night by engaging with the hashtag #smallpenispride on Twitter.

The Big Small Penis Party will be held on March, 7th 2015 at;

The Rhythm Factory, 16-18 Whitechapel Road, London E1 1EW.

Tickets will only be available on the door and on a first come first served basis. The entrance fee for gents is 50p per claimed phallic inch, 50p per preferred phallic inch for ladies.


We like bowling, and we LOVE Hiphop. So, why not merge the two, throw in some of the hottest hiphop Djs about and BOOM – Hip Hop‘N’Bowl! It’s Hiphop vibes, old and new – think 2 Pac, Biggie, Nas, Snoop, Busta, Missy, Kanye, Drake, Kendrick, A$AP Rocky & more. We throw in the odd R&B joint too, and a couple of other gems, just for good measure ;-).

This night always goes off in a BIG way, please arrive early! Tables are free to book too, but be quick!

Rock The Belles Present… 

Hip Hop‘N’Bowl

Saturday 31st January 2015

(Last Saturday of every month)

@ Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes


Dj Emily Rawson (Supa Dupa Fly)

Hosted by Julie Adenguga (Rinse)

+ Dj Fearney & Ellie Prohan


£5 Guestlists & Table Bookings