When we first heard of the death of Salvation promoter Steve Elliott we were taken back. We responded immediately with a FACEBOOK banner in commiseration. We had plenty of interactions with Steve and he will be missed. This post is a permanent memorial
This years club poll gave us the most interesting results yet. With a lower turnout probably due the use of FaceBook as security where voters required a FaceBook Profile to vote; this also revealed who voted for who. Registered users voted by clicking on a LIKE button under
It seems every main scene photographer was at Salvation and for good reason…the eye candy is perfect to decorate websites, magazines and social networks with. These images prove that glamour clubbing can still exist…and it takes a brand like Salvation
The glamour of Salvation exploded on New Years Day at the ultra stylish Cafe De Paris. A collection of gAyLISTERS, hunks, hunkettes, drageratti, social elite, the body beaituful, the up and out of it and more descended those famous Cafe
Salvation returned home to its ancestoral home to celebrate it’s 13th Birthday. From most reports it was a huge success rekindling the Salvation brand in London and reminding us how gAyLIST clubibng can be done. These images are from Chris
Salvation marked it’s return to the London Gay Scene with a stunning bank holiday party at the glamorous Koko in Camden. Certainly a deviation from the well treaded Vauxhall sidewalk, Salvation attracted a mixed and glam crowd to it’s re-debut.
SALVATION dusted itself from the archives and made a spectacualr return to London on NYD 2011 to London at a venue that had it’s name written all over it. To quote DISCO MATT : “….To see the place so full