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Pecs and the city

Gaydo has a hot and hectic week in the Village

Published on June 7th 2007.


Pecs and the city

Hello Dears,

Hope you’re enjoying the ‘scorchio’ temps. of early June. Gaydo does enjoy sitting alfresco with a glass of vino collapso watching all the beefcake mince by. What a washout May was. Didn’t get a chance to peg out my smalls all month. However, it wasn’t a washout in pub and club land in The Village.

Gaydo’s first social outing was at Cruz 101 to celebrate their 15th birthday. The night was hosted by the camp and outrageous, Miss Cara. She was hostessing a champagne reception on arrival and the first drink over the bar was free too. The whole of Cruz 101 was transformed into Club Metropolis with a P.A. by Scooch who narrowly escaped nil point at this year’s Eurovision. After more than a few technical hitches, they managed to strut their stuff on stage at around 3.30 a.m.

On Bank Holiday Sunday, Gaydo was spoiled for choice as to where to go. There was Federation at the Ritz. The Recon Fetish Dance Event at Pure in the Printworks. Organic at the Hollywood Studio Lounge and Old School Classics Night at Spirit. Gaydo opted for none of the above and after butching herself up with a pair of trackie bottoms and trainers found her way to Fitlads party at Essential. Essential was rammed with more totty than you could shake a stick at. I have never seen so many tightly packed ‘Ginch Gonch’ in all my life. I was gossiping with Chris, Nigel Martin Smith’s P.A. and he tells me that it will now be regular event.

Last Saturday was the launch night of Wrapped in Plastic at Velvet, 2 Canal Street. The restaurant turned into a club for the evening. The DJ line up was fantastic with Galaxy’s Ant Payne and Debbie Mac along with Speed Queen and Homoelectric’s resident DJ, Jamie Bull. Admission was a mere £5. That left Gaydo plenty of dosh for a sherry or two. This was the first monthly party that will carry on throughout the summer. Have a look at the piccies of the boys and girls enjoying themselves in the Gallery section on www.canal-st.co.uk. While you’re there, check out ‘Village Voices’ and ‘Positive Lives’ on the brand new Canal St Radio.

Gaydo fancied a bit of culture. He had heard through the grapevine that Taurus, 1 Canal Street, hosts some fab fringe theatre. On May the 16th he saw an exhilarating production called Short Straw that was inspired by Shallow Grave. You see, there is more to Gaydo than drinking, gossiping and boy watching. Check out what's on this month at www.taurus-bar.co.uk/

A huge thank you to those generous bears whose hearts are as big as their waists. They held fundraising events throughout the ‘10th Great British Bear Bash’ in Manchester and raised £1512 for the Lesbian and Gay Foundation.

Anyway dears, must fly. She’s a busy old do. Lots of places to go and people to do.

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