Friday, 17 April 2015

Lips Choir Presents . . . . ORGANISED FUN . . . All the tunes without the sexism

We are very pleased to announce that we will be putting on our very own dance party on April 25th 2015 at The Dogstar in Brixton. www.dogstarbrixton.com


This is not a Lips Choir concert, but do not worry, for whilst we are giving our vocal chords a rest*, we will instead be manning the decks and playing some of our all-time favourite bangers for you all to get your groove on to!

We're creating a space that's free from intimidation and harassment and BORING scenarios of people being lechy and creepy over other people. If you are a creepy lech we will eject you from our party immediately. And that would be embarrassing so creepy lechers should stay away to save themselves EMBARRASSMENT.

You'll like this night if you like dancing, music, and people. There will be a SMORGASBORD of banging tunes, with plenty of genres to cater for everyone!

We'll be playing classics old and new that you can perform your best escalatory dance moves to. Expect anything and everything from Prince to Madonna, via K-Ci & JoJo, Blackstreet, and back again via Bonnie Tyler and The Go-Gos. It's like your ipod, but REAL!

We're gonna fight the power with Dance moves

*belting out tunes whilst reaching euphoria on the dance floor excluded OBVS!

Date: 25/04/2015

Time: 9pm - 3am

Entry: £5 on the door. Cash only

Dress Code: Whatever the heck you want, but be assured that Lips standard apparel of Tuxedos and Sequins will be most welcome!

Be sure to bring your ID to avoid disappointment



                                              photo: Belinda Lawley


Wednesday, 18 February 2015

Lips At Women of the World Festival





We are delighted to be performing at The Southbank Centre's Women of the World Festival on 8th March to celebrate International Women's Day.  

You can see us at one of our pop-up performances in and around the Southbank Centre. More info on times and venues here.

Or you can catch us in the evening performing in the Royal Festival Hall as part of Mirth Control - a night of comedy and music inspired by great women.  More info and tickets here.