Dead Beat Society Launch @ Cargo / Thursday 29th March 2012


20:00 – MIDNIGHT

@ Cargo
83 Rivington Street,

Entry: £FREE

Production Battle what’s that?

Two producers share the stage at their own station with a CDJ, they play their ‘beats’ one after the other for 3 rounds and the audience decides who’s got the fire and who goes home! Once a producer wins all of their battles, they earn a spot in the Grand Final competing for the chance to work with an A-list recording artist

Wanna see music in the making with a big cash prize up for grabs get down to Cargo tonight.

The UK music scene will never be the same from March 29th 2012, as this spells the launch of THE DEAD BEAT SOCIETY at Cargo (Shoreditch)! For the next 8 months there will be hairs that stand on end, faces smothered with tears and hearts clogged with adrenaline for the chosen contenders and attendees alike!

Shortlist @ Proud Camden / Wednesday 28th March 2012


19:00 – 23:00

@ Proud Camden
The Stables Market,
Chalk Farm Road,

Entry: £6 before 9pm // £8 after (pay at the door)

Want to hear London’s emerging musical artists catch a few of them at Shortlist.

Art It Up supports and develops the skills of young people through art and creativity across the UK. We like to celebrate and raise awareness about what we do via a ground-­‐breaking event called Shortlist. Shortlist is where some of our collaborations take place, we have up ‘n’ coming & established creative people taking to the stage to perform and inspire.

Shortlist is a long-­‐term project run by UK organisation Art It Up. The money raised at the event will be used to fund creative workshops for young children and adults in the UK who might be susceptible to being stereotyped in a negative light as well as those who wish to progress in a creative career path. Shortlist hopes to empower, encourage and guide young people into the creative industry where possible.


Cigarette Burns Cinema presents: A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin @ Prince Charles Cinema / Wednesday 28th March 2012


Screening 8.45pm

Prince Charles Cinema,
7 Leicester Place, WC2H 7BY

Tickets £10 / £7.50 members


Many know Lucio Fulci’s late 70s and 80s meandering through nonsensical, supernatural, zombie infested, gore filled, eye popping silliness, but before he became the drunken gore master, he was revered for his more sensible celluloid travels. Including one particularly celebrated giallo classic – ‘A Lizard In A Womans Skin’ Fulci still wallows in the dreamscape, but confined by murder mystery demands, is reigned in. Swinging Sixies London serves as the backdrop for Carol’s nightmarish decent into madness as she slowly loses her mind when she finds herself blamed for the brutal murder of the lesbian party animal next door.

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Into The Abyss: A Tale Of Death, A Tale Of Life/Q&A with Werner Herzog @ Curzon Soho / Wednesday 28th March 2012


Screening 9pm

@ Curzon Soho,
99 Shaftsbury Avenue, W1D 5DY

Tickets £12.50 – returns only

Curzon DocDays and Human Rights Watch Film Film Festival join to present Werner Herzog’s latest stunning documentary which focuses on the bleak yet fascinating subject of capital punishment, and follows the moving story of Michael Perry and Jason Burkett, two young men found guilty of three capital murders in Texas. Unravelling the crime and trial from separate viewpoints, including the victim’s families and prison staff, Herzog’s masterful exploration of life on Death Row shows the devastating effects of capital punishment all involved.

An exciting opportunity to watch Herzog’s most recent film, which had its UK premiere at last year’s London Film Festival. What will make it a very special screening will be the post-screening Q&A with Herzog, who is renowned as an incredibly odd and thoughtful filmmaker. Here are some selected scenes from a short documentary ‘Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe’ that illustrates the integrity and strangeness of this unconventional man:

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One Man Two Guvnors @ Royal Haymarket Theatre / Until 1st September 2012


Monday – Saturday 7.30pm
Wednesday & Saturday 2.30pm

Show Duration 2.5 hours including interval

@ Theatre Royal Haymarket,

Entry: Stalls £55
Royal Circle £55, £48, £25*
Upper Circle £38, £25*, £15**
Gallery*** £25, £15

A very limited number of stalls tickets are available for purchase, in person on the day of the show from 10am, for £25. One ticket per person.

The team was invited down to the second run of One Man Two Guvnors and we were definitely entertained.
The new cast never dropped the ball in this pacey production and Owain Arthur did a great job taking over from James Corden.
Owain especially shone in his moments of improvisation as he played with the audience and kept it rolling with the variety of hilarious gags.

My colleague was especially bewitched by the slick band that played at the start and through out the show. Ben Mansfield who plays Stanley Stubbers did a fantastic job and kept me in stitches.

The production is based on Goldini’s Italian Classic Comedy and is oozing with slapstick humour.
I would recommend this for all families and if you’re going on a date, this would get you in the good books.

Attitude Is Everything presents Slow Club @ Village Underground / Tuesday 27th March 2012


Doors: 8pm – 12.30am

@ Village Underground
54 Holywell Lane
London EC2A 3PQ

Entry: £6 Adv /
£8 on the door

Attitude Is Everything present Slow Club. With their swooning but raucous take on doo-wop and frazzled, fragile representation of soul inspired rock, Slow Club’s currency is songwriting which sees romance in the unlikeliest of corners, and applies a lighter, more honed lyrical touch to telling their story. They’re supprted by Spaceships Are Cool who use 8-bit sounds to make music that sounds like your super nintendo made an LP!

Ghostpoet will be adding even more flavour to the night – as he will showcase his DJ skills. Ghostpoet made his mark on 2011 with the excellent debut LP “Peanut Butter Blues and Melancholy Jam” on Brownswood records. With his series of off-kilter, loopy electronic ditties blessed with his delightfully rambling musings on modern life, the softly-spoken Obaro Emijiwe has received much earned hype – culminating with his nomination for the Mercury Music Prize.

Live acts:

DJ sets:

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MAAD Art presents: Urban Karma @ The Palatine / Until 28th April 2012


Mon – Wed: 12:00 – 23:00
Thu: 12:00 – 00:00
Fri – Sat: 12:00 – 01:30
Sun: 12:00 – 23:00

@ The Palatine
97 Stoke Newington Road
London, N16 8BX

Entry: £Free

MAAD Art surprises again with an inspiring show titled Urban Karma; a reflection of the Urban cybernetic system and MAAD Art’s proposition to make a positive impact.
This ambitious show reveals numerous new original artworks from the MAAD Art Collective, including original oil paintings, mixed media, photographs and limited edition prints.

Exhibited artists:
* Hugh Hatfield
* Madeleine Lynch
* Francois-Xavier Touzard
* Rosa Lykiardopoulous
* Maria Slovakova
* Mlikey
* Sonia Ben Achoura
* Consuelo Giorgi
* Sarah Pistol
* Arash Fattahi
* Aurelie Freoua
* Vincent Babin

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Future Cinema Presents Bugsy Malone @ The Troxy / Sunday 25th March 2012


Screening: 7pm or 12.30pm

@ The Troxy

490 Commercial Rd, London, E1 0HX

Tickets: Buy HERE £25, students and Freedom Pass holders £17.50, under-16s £10

Screening Until Saturday 14th April

Future Cinema reprises its all-singing, all-dancing homage to ‘Bugsy Malone’ at the fabulously art-deco Troxy. You’ll need to dress in your finest prohibition-era garb to enter the world of Fat Sam’s Grand Slam, where dozens of flappers, gangsters, wiseguys and winos pull guests into the action. After you’ve found yourself gossiping with showgirls at the bar, playing roulette with the world’s worst croupier and watching the boxing in Sluggers’ Gym, the film proper begins – but the splurge gun action doesn’t only happen on-screen. There are family-friendly matinee showings on selected dates.

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Ideal Home Show @ Earl’s Court Exhibition Centre / Sunday 25th March 2012


Doors: 10am – 8pm

@ Earls Court Exhibition Centre

Warwick Rd, London, SW5 9TA

Entry: £12. £10 conc. Children under 16 free.

Whether you’re a foodie, a little green fingered, an interiors obsessive, a DIY demi-god or good with gadgets, the Ideal Home show offers a bit of homely inspiration for the domestic improver. Located in the less than homely Earl’s Court, there is room for masses of stalls and lots of variety; taste dishes from sample stalls and the Celebrity Chef Theatre, stroll around the Show Gardens and enjoy live demonstrations from industry experts. It’s not everyone’s cup of tea (it’s certainly not ours) but there are good buys and some interesting labels to discover.

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Stööki x Kusama x Louis Vuitton @ TATE Modern / Saturday 24th March 2012


Doors: 1pm -6pm

@ Tate Modern
London, SE1 9TG

Entry: £Free

Stööki curates a one-off event entitled KUSAMA-RISE as part of the infinite Yayoi Kusama exhibition.

Stööki is an independent jewellery & apparel label that launched last year May, presenting themed collections through interactive art and immersive events. Stööki has been selected by the TATE Modern and Louis  Vuitton, to host a workshop as part of an immersive day of activities. This includes transforming the TATE Modern’s Turbine hall, into a UV themed, Silent Disco. Interactive art installations that rely on the use of social media, live performances and artist led workshops.

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