News WOTA London Music Event on Saturday
posted on 2012-09-14 18:15 EDT
The club WOTA London's next event is on Saturday September 15 at the Bloomsbury Bowling Lanes, near Russell Square tube station (scroll down the facebook page for a map and directions). Since 2009, WOTA London has been playing anime songs on the dancefloor, along with Sentai, Tokusatu and Seiyuu songs and many others.
The September event runs from 8 p.m. until 3 a.m. and will feature live DJs, dance performances from the Maids of England Maid cafe, and medleys from the "dance idol" unit DotDot3, which specialises in K-pop and J-idol dance covers.
The entry fee is £4, and entry is restricted to over-18s.
"Wota" (ヲタ - pronounced ota) is a shortened version of the Japanese word "otaku," and refers to idol-otaku. It is also often used in conjunction with a particular area of interest, for example anime fans are referred to as "anime-wota."
Available Now: Attack on Titan Season 2 - My Hero Academia season 2 ― Welcome to Anime News Network's Spring 2017 Preview Guide! Here's how it goes: our team of critics write up their impressions instantly and they get posted as they go along. Each critic will cover as many shows as they can handle, resulting in alternate takes on most ...