The 60th Eurovision song contest takes place this Saturday in Vienna, stretching the boundaries of Europe slightly to allow Australia to take part this time round. Televised coverage starts at 8pm, with many London venues screening the coverage alongside their own embellishments.
The UK's 2015 entry is duo Electro Velvet, who are performing Still In Love With You. Could this be our year? Who knows, but we'll be in a corner somewhere, downing a shot every time Graham Norton asks that very question.
The Phoenix Artist Club
Social club Thinking Bob hosts an event in the vicinity of Tottenham Court Road - more details and location revealed on booking. 6.30pm
Thirst Bar, Soho
Century, Shaftesbury Avenue
There's a big party at Century on Shaftesbury Avenue, kicking off with Eurovision themed karaoke before the main event is shown on the giant screen. Try the special cocktails and Euro food, and come as your favourite Eurovision diva for a chance of winning a prize. After the contest is over, Eurovision hits play until 2am. RSVP on Facebook for entry, 7pm
Bethnal Green Working Men's Club
Shout, dance, and boo along to the contest, with entertainers on hand to provide Wogan-worthy foreign-tongue-in-cheek commentary. The boring bits are drowned out with games and entertainment including "five furry legged men in leotards and weaves" — who needs Vienna? There is a quiet room, where serious Eurovisioners can watch the screening uninterrupted. The venue is offering free shots for everyone when the UK scores its first 12 points. The dress code? Leather trousers, spandex, sequins, camel toes, lederhosen, matadors, open shirts, chest hair, hairy 'pits, fake tans and 'tashes are all encouraged. £8, prebook, 7pm
Get your flags at the ready for a night with Lady Lloyd as he hosts his annual Eurovision knees up at one of Soho's most famous gay bars. 30 Lisle Street, free before 11pm, £5 after 6pm-3am
The Water Poet, Spitalfields
This Spitalfields stalwart hosts a Eurovision party, and although tickets to the warm-up quiz have sold out, the action will be screened across eight screens from 8pm. In celebration of Conchita’s fabulous triumph in Copenhagen last year, the first 100 bearded ladies at the party will be rewarded with a free drink, and schnitzel, wurst and sauerkraut are available from the Austrian barbecue. 8pm
Welcome aboard, Aussies. 'Straya themed bar Walkabout hosts an evening of karaoke, face-painting and competitions, as well as the all-important screening. The best dressed wins a £50 bar tab, so it's worth getting creative. 8pm
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