Fancy joining Lots Holloway at the first ever DIVA After Dark?

"I'm very pumped to be playing the first DIVA After Dark party, it's going to be a wicked night."



Do you enjoy spending time with fabulous, fascinating lesbians and bisexual women? Then you’ll love our brand new DIVA After Dark night. It's the perfect chance to unwind, meet new women, get to know your date or simply socialise with friends.


The first ever DIVA After Dark is taking place on Saturday 16 September at the warm and welcoming B’acino Wine Bar in Shoreditch. It promises to be a fun-filled evening of good times, great food and flirtation.


And that’s not all. One of our fave singers, the amazing Lots Holloway, will be performing live. She told us:


“I'm very pumped to be playing the first DIVA After Dark party, it's going to be a wicked night. I'm gonna play some 'music for the girls'. It'll be ace."


Lots absolutely rocked the Radio DIVA Women's Stage at Pride in London and we can't wait to watch her sing again. Here's a little taster of her in action.



So with flowing wine, excellent company and top class entertainment, what’s not to love? We’re even laying on exclusive pre-party speciality canapes from 5pm with meat and vegan options available. Just make sure you pre-book and let us know about any dietary requirements by emailing


With a glass of Prosecco included in the ticket price, the first DIVA After Dark promises to be a thrilling evening.


We'll see you After Dark.



DIVA After Dark is 6.30pm -1.30am Saturday 16 September.

Pre-party with canapes 5pm - 6.30pm. Last entry 11pm. Last drink order 1am.

Price: £10 super advance / £12 advance / £15 on door. Includes a complimentary glass of Prosecco on arrival.

Book here:


This is the first in a series of pop-up events all over the UK. If you would like to run your own DIVA After Dark pop-up event and be supported by DIVA please email

Please note, DIVA After Dark is an independent night and not run by DIVA magazine.



Only reading DIVA online? You're missing out. For more news, reviews and commentary, check out the latest issue. It's pretty badass, if we do say so ourselves. //


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