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

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

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

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If you were at Glastonbury this summer, you may have headed to emosh tribute party GlastonBowie. Now, it’s coming to Angel for a nine hour celebration of all things Ziggy. There’ll be themed cocktails, a film screening and a Bowie Disco. Work Bar. Thu Sep 15.

Rave for Shaun

Benga and Artwork lead a huge electronic line-up at XOYO this week. The event’s a fundraiser for legendary music photographer Shaun Bloodworth who’s waiting for a liver transplant. XOYO. Thu Sep 15.

Grip: A Pub Rave with The 2 Bears

Expect big fuzzy disco beats and lockin party vibes as Joe Goddard and Raf Rundell take the reins upstairs at this new venue, a welcome overhaul of Camden’s Barfly. Bear hugs and beers for everyone! The Camden Assembly. Fri Sep 16.

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Get over your holiday romance with a night of unapologetic break-up bangers. Expect pop anthems from Robyn, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Selena Gomez and Kelly Clarkson, obvs. Birthdays. Sat Sep 17.

Burn Down the Disco

The brains behind Feeling Gloomy are putting on a fun indie party, with soul, synth pop and ska mixed in. Think getting drunk and dancing rather than indie beats and moody foot-tapping. Plus colouring-in sheets, confetti and a balloon drop. O2 Academy Islington. Sat Sep 17.

Moondance Festival

See the weekend out with a big ol’rave in the Olympic Park, courtesy of Found Festival’s new little broMoondance. There’ll be old school, drum ’n’ bass, garage, house, jungle and grime all day. Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Sun Sep 18.

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

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