Pollard Row, Bethnal Green, London, E2 6NB
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Bethnal Green Working Mens Club
Bethnal GreenLondonE2 6NB
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What -is- this place?!
A girl was putting on lipstick in the mirror whilst I was using the urinal trough in the gents'. Another girl was in the toilet stall.
The seat of the chair I sat on fell through between the legs as I adjusted my bum on it, and the stage was set with a massive light-festooned heart and a fabric vag the size of a sofa.
Admittedly, this happened to be on the night of...more
The BGWC is an interesting place.
When you first enter, you'll notice that its located in the middle of a council estate. Don't worry. Its perfectly safe so say the bouncers at the door before they tell us to keep quiet when we leave so as to not wake the neighbours.
The second thing I noticed was that there was a massive cutout of a heart on the wall of the stage. It was totally...more
I got into a karate fight with a cross dressing busser.
She kept cutting through our dancing group and tried to karate chop my friend in the neck earlier. When she came round to clear our glasses again I challenged her. We took our bows and began. It was a close call but I won, and in doing so earned her respect. We were free to dance in our little corner near the dj booth in peace.
Before we went in we were given a little speech on how to leave quietly at the end of the night and to tell any friends who would be joining us to arrive before 12 as there would be no admission afterwards.
Within minutes we were up in the dancing area and, dressed in the most disgusting combination of clothes I'd managed to dig up in from my dressing up box for the Bad Taste party, danced...more
I think the real members of the BGWC hate the babarian hoards that descend on them for the evening. They really do. Where else do you see octogenarians having to sit next to a guy in a mankini? And as an octogenarian, how would you react to that?
Sink the Pink is one HECK of a camp, glitterific caberet/ party. And from my experiences with Hot Breath parties there (where you have to use an...more