Salvation - London Hippodrome, Leicester Square 2008

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Salvation London - Sunday 24th August 2008 @ The London Hippodrome, Leicester Square

“In a climate of terror, credit crunch and meltdown, the city of London looks to a new super hero. We need Salvation... Captain Salvation.

As he fights for our rite to party, protecting us from all that is evil, he’ll crush the competition and won’t stop until every last man has experienced the power of Salvation. This is no Joker of a night, but one that’ll be packed full of caped crusaders as the Hippodrome meets Gotham for a dark night of spandex, muscle and explosive entertainment.  If you’re lucky, you might even meet your very own super hero.  Leave the Riddler, The Penguin and Cat woman under the arches on the outskirts of the city and enter a colossal event that promises to fly high above all others with a stage show at 8pm.“

More info: www.Salvation-London.com

  

Salvation’s 2008 Spring Bank Holiday Party

Sunday 24th August 2008 @ The London Hippodrome, Leicester Square

Circuit-style partying and red carpet raucousness collide a fabulous Central London setting.

The Hippodrome on Leicester Square is a grand old theatre built  at the turn of the last century as a circus, a water spectacle featuring live polar bears and elephants and a music hall.  From the 1950’s Judy Garland, Eartha Kitt and Shirley Bassey performed here. From 1983–1993 it was owned by entertainment entrepreneur, Peter Stringfellow, and was home to huge gay events that were world famous in their heyday.  Gloria Estefan sang here during this period. The club has a large capacity around 2000, several VIP areas, tiered balcony overlooking the dance floor and one of the only electronic dance floors that moves up and down!

London’s greatest DJ talent included on rotation Miswhite, Sharon O’ Love, Pier Morrocco, Oliver M and Elliott J Brown playing party-sexual funky, deep and vocal house.

For info on the next Salvation party log onto: www.Salvation-London.com

 

  

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