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This April will be the 6th birthday of Bollox. Now homed at the Star and Garter, Bollox is the Winner of City Life’s Best Club in Manchester Award 2012.
Bollox will celebrate its 6th with a very special (and controversial) Queer Identity party on Friday 18th April. Manchester’s DJs Trash-O-Rama will be joined by residents Rod Connolly and Zoe McVeigh on the decks. Violet Blonde and Liquorice Black will be entertaining as only they know how.
Reverend Fred Phelps
Bollox wouldn’t be Bollox without some cheeky fun, and during the night they’ll be having a Westboro Baptist Church sign-making booth, where you can create your own protest placards in recognition of the passing of the homophobic hate preacher.
Bollox Mobile Disco
Guests are invited to bring along their mobile phones to plug into a brand new Mobile Disco amp, where you can play up to five tracks from your own personal song list.
Also on the night, expect free art from Artist in Residence Miss Rachel Field, free Bollox knickers, free Bollox merchandise (courtesy of Tom at teestotal.com) and free queer air. Doors open 11pm ’til late, with a door tax of £5 before midnight and £6 after.
Visit bolloxclub.com for more information