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Four ways to party through the general election

By Amy Smith

Election Night at The Lexington

There’s nowhere to hide from the lurch of the swing-o-meter, so be sociable and take in the election news in a convivial setting instead. The Lexington. Angel. Jun 8.

Election Night Party

Double up the competitive vibes by watching the election results live and playing Street Fighter II at this arcade game bar until 5am.  
The Four Quarters. Peckham Rye Overground. Jun 8.

Election Night Celebration/Commiseration

This new Tottenham venue is jumping straight into politics by beaming the election results in as they are announced.
Five Miles. Seven Sisters. Jun 8.

Jeremy Corbyn Victory Rave

Let’s get this disclaimer out there quickly: this may not happen. But if it does, break out the corduroy, allotment-grown veg and grime.
The Red Lion. Westminster. Jun 9.

Figs in Wigs Hi-Brow: Post‑Election Party Party

Performance art dance troupe Figs in Wigs aim to relieve all that election stress with a box-crossing challenge, ‘spoil the ballads’ karaoke and some serious poll dancing.
Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club. Bethnal Green. Jun 10.

Remember when all the grime artists came out in favour for Jeremy Corbyn?

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