Hang onto your hats people, because the world famous Warwick Rowers are going to be making a special personal appearance in our Soho store on Wednesday 29th October, from 12:30pm-2pm.
Known largely for their deliciously tantalising naked calendars, the guys are actually a proper team, having produced some Olympic and world class competitive rowers.
The Rowers will be in Prowler Soho for a lunchtime signing of their 2015 calendar, part proceeds of which go to their young people’s outreach programme “Sport Allies”. For full details of the programme, which benefits young people affected by bullying, homophobia and low self-esteem, visit www.sportallies.org .
This is a unique and very rare opportunity to meet these lycra-clad hunks, so don’t miss it!
All the info you need is on the Facebook Event page here: Warwick Rowers Calendar Signing.
Prowler Soho is at 5-7 Brewer Street, London W1F 0RF. Tel: 020 7734 4031.
You'll be able to pick up a calendar at Prowler Brighton too.
Long gone are the days when ginger men were the subject of ridicule. Now, thanks to uber-cool photographer Thomas Knights, they’re considered the hottest “thing” around. Once again he has captured some of the most stunning redheaded men on film, creating the RED HOT 2015 calendar and RED HOT 100 photo book.
HOT on the heels of a mind-blowingly successful series of launches and an incredible exhibition in New York, the boys are back and gearing up to make an exclusive appearance in-store at Prowler Soho. Their visit last year had the store absolutely jam-packed, with men and women alike desperate to meet them in person. Once again, a selection of the guys will be at Prowler to sign calendars and books, displaying the cheekiness and sex appeal fans have come to love and expect.
This time the gang will be in-store for a full two hours, from 6pm-8pm on Thursday 9th October. A word of warning though – they’ll be heading off immediately after to attend another function, so if you want to meet them and get hold of an autographed calendar or book, you’ll need to be prompt.
Part proceeds from calendars sold will be donated to anti-bullying charities, so you’ll be helping worthwhile causes at the same time as meeting some of the sexiest guys around.
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Convincing Margaret Thatcher to change her mind would have been no mean feat, but Norman Fowler did just that ahead of the roll-out of his HIV/AIDS campaign “Don’t Die of Ignorance” in 1986. The campaign made a difference in many people’s lives but, with no such major public education campaigns taking place since, the global rate of new HIV infections stands at a staggering 2 million a year.
Norman Fowler (Lord Fowler since 2001), author of the book “AIDS: Don’t Die of Prejudice”, has recently returned from the International AIDS Conference in Melbourne. He will be sharing his latest views, thoughts and recommendations regarding HIV & AIDS at an exclusive appearance in London’s Soho, on 28th August. To quote Stephen Fry, “there is no political voice in Britain who speaks on the subject with such authority”.
Lord Fowler experienced considerable resistance whilst Health Secretary within the Thatcher Government, due to his tireless efforts to educate the nation about HIV & AIDS. It wasn’t trendy and it wasn’t palatable, but then again neither was the virus.
“AIDS: Don’t Die of Prejudice” explores a crisis which continues to affect millions of people across the world. The book has received critical acclaim from wide-ranging sections of the press, reflecting how well respected an authority Lord Fowler has become. He has travelled extensively to help promote acceptance and eradicate stigma, prejudice and discrimination against people living with HIV. Africa and Eastern Europe remain hot spots, where discrimination is preventing many people from being tested, but even in the USA there are still major barriers to overcome.
Lord Fowler will appear at Prowler Soho, 5-7 Brewer Street London W1F 0RF, from 6pm-8pm on Thursday 28th August. 30% of proceeds from Lord Fowler’s book sold on the day will be donated to AVERT, GMFA and Positive East. These are three of Prowler’s official charity partners with HIV awareness, education and support at the heart of their activities.
For more information and to RSVP to the event click here.