On Saturday night, there was a feast of Pulp songs on offer in East London, plus a high-energy, Pulp tribute go-go dance routine by The Actionettes.
Taking place in the backroom of the rather splendid Victoria pub at 451 Queensbridge Road, E8, the evening saw a packed dance floor throwing their arms in the air to a classic selection of indie mighty hits.
This chap entertained the crowds for a with his individualistic and highly enthusiastic dance interpretations to “fey indie from the likes of Suede, Morrissey, & Elastica.”
Headlining the night was south London’s The Actionettes. Here they are captured backstage, where the Cava flowed.
Heading for the stage.
After a slightly chaotic introduction, the dancers were ready to strut their stuff to Pulp’s finest. Here’s some photos of the action:
There was only one song that Actionettes could end on, and it’s one of the best songs ever written: Pulp’s Common People.
Find out more about The Actionettes here.
The Victoria is at 451 Queensbridge Road, E8 3AS London.
2 Comments on “Scenes from East London’s Pink Glove Queer Pulp Disco with The Actionettes onstage”
Looks like a proper old skool indie disco night…..
Thanks for this blog, love the pics!
Pink Glove is back for 2016 soon, hopefully with more Actionettes action.
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