Sign In

Where To?

Contact TvChix
About TvChix
Mission Statement
Privacy Policy

Home » Event Directory
February 2024
Events on Sunday 18th February, 2024
Teds Place - Fulham: A chill out evening
Night Out (Club)
Hosted at Ted's Place,
London, England
Open from 7pm to
Added by: NikkiMay
394 Reviews of "Teds Place - Fulham"

Value for Money: 4.78/5.00 Venue: 4.39/5.00 Atmosphere: 4.63/5.00 Staff Friendliness: 4.89/5.00 Security: 4.65/5.00
The club opens at 7.00pm and closes at 2.00am.

Entry £6.00

There will be netting once again for a 'social' area.

Ted is running a cool night for T Girls and Admirers every Sunday. This to give an extra venue following the closing of the Philbeach Hotel in January 2008. Gosh! Is it that long ago.
You can park on single yellow lines on Sundays but do read the notices on parking just to be on the safe side.

Movie Night: The Finellis Movie
Other Social Gathering
Hosted at Richard's Photography®,
Kent, England
Open from 5pm to
Added by: Richard_Kent
3 Reviews of "Movie Night"

Value for Money: 5.00/5.00 Venue: 5.00/5.00 Atmosphere: 5.00/5.00 Staff Friendliness: 5.00/5.00 Security: 5.00/5.00
The Finellis musical will be performed at the Wonderville Theatre in London for two weeks in June. The musical is based on the award-winning The Finellis Movie, which received 64 award nominations and 22 awards in 12 countries.

One of the key characters in the plot is a transgender nightclub owner, Eva Klein. She is a confident transwoman, at ease with her own identity. Tony Finelli, played by Mark Janicello (in both the film and musical), is released from prison after serving a 15-year sentence; he returns to his former family to discover how relationships have changed. Tony struggles with who he is. Tony, a performer before his incarceration, is introduced to a business owner, Eva Klein-Gutiérrez. Tony, encouraged by his manager Jurgen, auditions for a part that involves dressing in drag. We see Tony's internal struggles with his identity laid bare: this contrasts with transgender Eva, who has worked through her struggles. Eva recounts how her dream had become a reality. 'Don't be sorry, be brilliant,' says Eva. This scene alone is worth watching the movie for anyone struggling with their identity (trans-related or otherwise).

Richard is planning to organise at least one trip to the show when it is performed in June: the musical premiers on 5th June (with previews on 3rd and 4th June) and runs until Sunday 16th June 2024.

As part of his support for the film, Richard is inviting people to come to his house on Sunday, 18th February, for a takeaway and a chance to view the film, hopefully inspiring a desire to come to the performance! We'll meet at around 5 p.m., organise the takeaway, chat and then sit down to watch the movie. The event is free, although you will be asked to contribute towards your share of the takeaway. So we know numbers, we do ask people to get a ticket.



Product Image

Conturelle Felina Provence Brief

Happy Birthday to batlip (Monday)



Other Sites

15/07/2024 19:29:21