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Start planning your weekend now: seven great nights out in London

By Time Out London Nightlife

Go out and stay out all night. Here's your essential party schedule for this weekend...   

Scared To Dance: Girls To The Front Special

Indie faves Scared To Dance and Girls To The Front are teaming up for a night of riot grrrl, post-punk and new wave by female-fronted bands. The Victoria. Fri Oct 21.

Bicep – All Night Long

The bloggers-turned-house-DJs are playing in Hackney Wick until the sun comes up. Bloc. Fri Oct 21.

Azizam – A Night of Pre-Revolution Persian Glamour

Exotica, nibbles and retro Iranian sounds in store at this Persian party near Tower Bridge. The one rule is: dress fancy, not in fancy dress. Vout-O-Reenee's. Sat Oct 22.

Electric Minds 10: Theo Parrish (All Night)

House deity Theo Parrish has nearly 30 years’ experience of throwing a good party, so expect a big one at Wapping’s Studio Spaces. Studio Spaces E1. Sat Oct 22.

Fabric 90: Scuba Launch

Party Brit techno ace DJ Scuba played the final set in Fabric’s Room One before the club was shut down. His contribution to the Fabric mix series will help fundraise for the club’s legal appeal, and this bash marks its release. The Steel Yard. Sat Oct 22.

Southbound with Tim Westwood

The Big Dawg himself brings his unique vibe and impeccable taste in hip hop to the Bussey Building along with some of London’s best bass talent including Darq E Freaker. Bussey Building/CLF Art Cafe. Sat Oct 22.

Purple Rave

Bestival head honcho Rob da Bank and his mate Tayo started hosting Prince parties way back in 2009 – long before the Reaper cruelly struck. So this purple fest should be one to remember. As well as Prince-inspired DJ sets from the pair plus Alexis from Hot Chip, there’s a screening of ‘Sign o’ the Times’ plus a live set of instrumental covers. Clapham Grand. Fri Oct 21.

For more after-hours fun, check out more London clubs.

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