Wednesday, 7 April 2010

True Blood turning up the heat in the dark heart of Fangtasia London!

This Friday see's Fangtasia London's fang gang freak out and get down with a stunning night of debauched antics following along the lines of season two of True Blood on FX channel 164.
Our nest Queen, Lydia is away on Vampyre business but the Sheriff has got it all under control!!!
Starts 9pm till late!!!

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The ferociously wonderous world famous wanton Vamp 'Vivid Angel', Queen of  E11, providing us with a spooktacularly bloody show!

The delightfully disturbing fury and the alarming wonder that is the Balletic Syban v Manticore...

Beautiful and Sublime Vampiric artwork from the world famous illustrator, painter and bon vivant, Finlay Cowan...

Awesome sounds from our very own Johnny Darke, Mark 13, Sheriff Vanderhorne and DJ She-Ra...

Have your picture taken with our professional Fangtasia London photographer of the night, Armando De'Ath,  in the photo area.
And we have an in house, while you wait, pro fang-smith! you can have your own custom fangs moulded and made during the night for a special price of £80!

More of your new favorite tipple, Southern Blood! The Southern Comfort cocktail with a bite!

Southern Blood

Southern Comfort is celebrating its sponsorship of the Golden Globe winning series True Blood, Season Two with a selection of blood thirsty cocktails that promises to make the mouth of any mere mortal water.
50ml Southern Comfort
½ blood orange
Fill a glass halfway with ice and pour the Southern Comfort over. Squeeze the juice of half a blood orange and stir for a true taste of New Orleans, where Southern Comfort originates.

The Sookie Swizzle
50ml Southern Comfort
3 wedges Blood Orange
3 wedges lemon
15ml Sugar syrup
Dash of Peychaud’s Bitters
Served in a large rocks over crushed ice, muddle fruit and build in glass.
Southern Merlotte’s Punch
35ml Southern Comfort
15ml Lemon Juice
25ml Apple Juice
50ml Merlot red wine
15ml Sugar syrup
1/2 blood orange (squeezed)
Dash of Peychaud’s Bitters
Shake and strain into a High Ball glass over cubed ice. Serve with a blood orange and lemon slice and garnish with mint sprig.

Southern Comfort was created in 1874 by a New Orleans bartender, Martin Wilkes (M.W.) Heron. After experimenting with a variety of fruits, spices and other spirits, Heron struck on the perfect combination creating a one-of-a-kind blend of nuetral grain spirit, fruit, and spice flavors. His spirit of originality, freedom and possibility continues to live through the Southern Comfort brand to this day.
• Southern Comfort was originally known as Cuff and Buttons.
• Southern Comfort was Janis Joplin’s favorite. She mixed it with lime juice.
• Southern Comfort won the gold medal at the 1904 World’s Fair in St. Louis.
• The Scarlett O’Hara (SoCo, cranberry juice & lime) was marketed in 1939 after the film, Gone with the Wind.
• The most popular drinks made with SoCo is the Alabama Slammer and Sloe Comfortable Screw.

'Fangtasia London' is a modern, Vampire friendly club night featuring an array of top notch sleazy southern Rock n Roll, Goth, Metal, Blues and Swamp laden tunes, exclusive un-dead bands and sexy Vampy performers.'

For Vampires, Shape-Shifters, Were-folk and their Human companions!!!

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