Vogue ball presented by Jay Jay Revlon
Love Child is bringing back day-night Sunday clubbing for queers. All queers. All day. All together at fabric.
We give a big smiley face and middle finger to the scene’s self-imposed segregation. Love Child is about bringing the community together, sharing LOVE, freedom to express yourself and jackin’ your body in one of the best clubs in the world.
Like the faces on the dance floor, the music will be from across the spectrum, from disco to house to techno and everything in-between. Showcasing and supporting local as well as international LGBTQ DJs, dancers, artists, and performers, this party is for our brothers and sisters of all stripes!
Denim Mini Ball Part II Presented by Jay Jay Revlon
Jay Jay has become a major force in the London dance scene where he is credited with being instrumental to the rise of London’s voguing scene and has single handedly created highly stylized, modern dance house the Kiki House of Tea and leading ballroom collective, English Breakfast London. Jay Jay has also used vogue as a form of social activism, this was seen last year where hundreds of Londoners saw him pay tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting at a vigil on Old Compton Street. Key figures from the international ballroom scene will be representing and judging some of London’s finest voguers from House children to those who dare to battle on the purpose built runway.
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NIGHT – LOVE CHILD PRESENTS
Hannah Holland (BATTY BASS RECORDS)
Hannah came up through the ranks well over a decade ago and remaining there ever since, with legendary DJ residencies at seminal London clubs such as: Trailer Trash, Batty Bass, Dalston Superstore as well as festivals including Glastonbury Festival’s Block 9 NYC Downlow. Hannah now regularly appears at clubs such as Berghain / Panorama Bar, Fabric London, Dance Tunnel, and Bugged Out! Her distinct sound fuses many styles into a hybrid of house, techno and bass and can be found on iconic labels such as, Classic Music Company, Crosstown Rebels, Nervous Records.
Wes Baggaley (The NYC Downlow)
Manchester born London based DJ. Plays eclectic sets consisting of house, techno, electro, funk, soul and disco. From 2016 to 2017 he played some of the best regarded underground parties across Europe including NYC Downlow, Horse Meat Disco, Tama Sumo and Lakuti's Your Love, Handsome and repeat appearances at Dalston Superstore. 2018 has seen him expand on that considerably. Written features across several leading dance music titles have appeared and Wes has done live streamed sets for Mixmag's The Lab and an extremely well received one for Boiler Room.
Josh Caffe - Official (Love Child)
Josh Caffé is an assured part of the underground house and techno scene. He is someone who has nurtured a close following of fans thanks to his varied, lauded DJ sets and live PA's. They find him mixing up house/acid house and techno with great technical and crowd reading skills. He has laid down such sets at both cosy basement parties and larger festival gatherings such as Glastonbury (BLOCK9), Melt Festival, Field Maneuvers, Lovebox, Farr Festival and clubs like Dance Tunnel, Renate, ://about blank, TV Lounge (Detroit), Primary (Chicago) and Crosstown Rebels/Get Lost (Miami). He is founder of the record label Night Sheen and resident at Pioneer Prague parties in the Ankali warehouse club. Josh has also played around the world, at MTV events as well as vocal performances at Panorama bar and Boiler Room, and more besides, always brings a real underground edge whenever he goes. His regular guest slots on NTS Radio and monthly show on 199 Radio have further expanded his audience internationally.
+ SPECIAL GUEST HOSTS TBA
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Let’s get back to basics: music, joy, dancin’ expression and LOVE.
fabric is an over 19s venue
Please remember to bring ID with you. No ID, no Entry.
fabric operates a zero tolerance policy to drugs. Anyone found with illegal drugs will be banned from the venue and reported to the police.