All the KK parties are masked balls, so identities remain secret.Meet, mingle and then, if things are going well, retreat to one of the special rooms to find out more about the singles who pique your interest.Better suited for energetic young artists looking to party than for bookworms reading great literature, The Book Club is an adult sized playhouse where patrons are more likely to get hit by errant ping pong balls than to get...Doors open at 7pm and we dance until 11pm Lesson: We offer a taster lesson at pm for all new dancers. The Book Club has a great downstairs space where you can dance all night or chill out and chat.It has a creative atmosphere during the day and becomes busy and noisy at the evenings.I went there with my friend Varya to talk about blogging and London – our usual topics to discuss. Pete and has a lifestyle blog Home to Come and we always exchange ideas and tips. The first rule of Book Club is: you do not talk about Book Club.
Also I was looking for a big and spacious place where I can do my work with a laptop and not being destructed. It’s the place to hang out with friends playing table tennis, to have lunch and to enjoy a drink later.At 9pm the games stop and you're free to chat up your favourite playmate at the after-party, where there's a live band.Killing Kittens This is not a site for cat murderers but a clandestine community for liaisons with attractive people in beautiful surroundings. Just look at your friends: what a wonderfully diverse group of liberal, cool, opinionated, engaged, open-minded, creative, talented, attractive people! These quirky dating events will help you overcome those initial awkward encounters by providing both alcoholic lubrication and an easy opening gambit. The problem with dating in London isn't that there aren't lots of beautiful people out there, it's that we're incapable of talking to each other without some common ground, or a belly full of booze.I’m keen to find a blogging buddy here in London to meet up in new places and support each other.