Alister Morgan on clubs

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The following club events stand out among numerable gigs on offer this Easter... don't leave it too late to get tickets or else watching 007 re-runs could be the highlight of your weekend.

The weekend's biggest adventure is to be found at Bagley's Studios where London's spunkiest gay nights join forces for an Easter adventure: The Famous Five, Love Muscle, G.A.Y, Fist, Sherbet and Fruit Machine combine for this one-off. With five differently-themed rooms, a 120ft chill-out marquee and lashings of ginger beer, there's something and someone for everyone. Sun 10pm-8am, Bagleys, King's Cross Freight Depot (off York Way) London N1, pounds 8 in advance, pounds 10 on door.

The Leisure Lounge celebrates its second birthday and everyone's invited. One of the capital's premier clubs has provided a DJ line-up that reflects its quest for clubbing excellence: Danny Rampling, Judge Jules, Nancy Noise and Biko all feature on the decks. Sat 10pm-8am, Leisure Lounge 121 Holborn, London EC1, pounds 15.

The Renaissance Silk Grand Tour slides into the capital for the first half of its Easter Special. The tour stops at newly-crowned "best UK Club", Ministry of Sound, so it's a essential to buy tickets in advance. Tonight 10pm-8am, Ministry of Sound, 103 Gaunt St, SE1, pounds 12.

Thank God it's Friday serves up a mix of R'n'B, drum and bass, rap and swing for soulful revellers wishing to "get down" and stay there a while. From the promoters of Fresh'n'Funky and Club Yo-yo, this gig will be one of the best this Easter, as well as one of the best priced. DJs include The Boogie Bunch and Steve Wren. Tonight 10pm-5am, The Colosseum, 1 Nine Elms Lane, London SW8, pounds 5 before 11pm/pounds 8 after.