GETDOWNORDIE is back for Party #3 and they’re bringing the best in London’s electro, house and techno scene.
London’s hardest working DJ’s Riotous Rockers will be bringing their incredible mix of rolling electro, old-school house & deep techno, so expect good things. Fresh From supporting the likes of Boys Noize, Fake Blood and Breakbot, its clear these guys know how to party.
In support will be Snap, Crackle and Pop’s Harry James mixing the freshest house sounds plus our resident playboy about town Lemmy Ashton will be spinning the usual discotheque nastiness.
Come on a fantastic tour of what you can see for yourself in tonight’s night sky. Presented live by a Royal Observatory astronomer, this show puts you in touch with the experts. Which constellations and planets, cosmic gas clouds, comets or shooting stars can we see? Mars, Jupiter and Saturn can all be seen with the unaided eye – can we see them tonight, and if so where? Jupiter’s moons and Saturn’s rings are both visible in binoculars – how do they look up close? These questions and many more are answered in the Sky Tonight Live show.
Ages: recommended for 5+. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Student Film Festival is a platform for young filmmakers to showcase their work and to meet established industry professionals. Founded by enterprising young people for young people, Student Film Festival aims to support aspiring filmmakers, set designers, actors – cast and crew alike, to bring their colours to the future of cinema. SFFLondon 2012 will run for three days, and will be held at the London College of Communication. The festival will screen feature films and a selection of shorts representing the best student work from both British and world cinema judged by experts.
For thier 2nd edition, EASTPAK Artist Studio have invited producers form the worlds of graphics, product design and jewellery and placed them alongside musicians & DJ’s to forge a list of over 130 renowned artists who have contributed to over 200 uniquely designed EASTPAK backpacks.
The project which was put together in support of ‘Designers Against AIDS’, includes pieces by Johnny Marr from The Smiths, acclaimed German electro-house group Tiefschwarz, Lola and Rocco Toscani from the Italian creative agency La Sterpaia, nail artist Sophy Robson and the US-based painter Jordan Betten.
The Exhibition will be held at DreamBagsJaguarShoes and will showcase all the UK creatives involved in this project -
Richie Culver, Charlie Bowden, Marina Diamondis, William Broome, Audrey Rogers, Julie Verhoeven, Tom Deacon, Jonny Marr, Sophy Robson and Copson Street
All proceeds from the EASTPAK Artist Studio go to the worthy charity program, Designers Against AIDS. Founded in 2004 by the non-profit organization ‘Beauty Without Irony’, DAA’s mission is to raise awareness for HIV/AIDS and promote prevention as the only cure for the disease.
Tickets £10 returns only for 6.30pm Q&A plus screening £10 / £7.50 members for 8pm introduction plus screening
Olivia Colman & Paddy Considine 8pm / with Chris Hewitt @ 6.30pm
Starring: Peter Mullan, Olivia Colman and Eddie Marsan
The story of Joseph a man plagued by violence and a rage that is driving him to self-destruction. As Joseph’s life spirals into turmoil a chance of redemption appears in the form of Hannah, a Christian charity shop worker. Their relationship develops to reveal that Hannah is hiding a secret of her own with devastating results on both of their lives.
Thai Restaurant SUDA will be showcasing a selection of works from award-winning photographer and columnist Oat Chaiyasith, official photographer to the Thai royal family. The highlight of the collection on display at SUDA in Covent Garden will be ‘365 faces’, Chaiyasith’s personal, interactive project which involved shooting a different person every day for a year. 364 images will be on display, and SUDA customers can add their faces to the 365th space, making them part of the project. www.oat-chaiyasith.com
Swiss-born artist Till Rabus will make his UK debut at Lazarides Gallery with his new exhibition Forms of Everyday.
The title of the exhibition, alludes to the cultural references and commonplace objects the artist utilizes in his creative process. Drawing from his day-today existence, Rabus highlights the implicit, yet forgotten decay of one’s habitual surroundings.
From a distance, each work of art resembles a photograph of an unusual and thought-provoking composition. Upon closer inspection, the photographic illusion dissipates to reveal the classic medium of oil on canvas. Think of the artist as a modern day Salvador Dali.
Live At Momo is back with a Congolese night, a Africa Shock Party in collaboarion with Enchanted Tunes, with the new musical sensation from DR Congo mixing traditional soukouss sound with hip-hop alongside DJ Blaise spinning African tunes from Rumba to Coupe Decale. + Very special live guest.
LIVE at MOMO is a legendary musical explosion in London. The night has organised the UK debuts of Seu Jorge, Amadou and Mariam, Mariza, Konono N*1, Tinariwen, Mahmoud Ahmed, Jose James, Hindi Zahra, Fat Freddy’s Drop and many more.
Be enchanted by the best and most innovative live acts from all over the world. Spellbinding live performances and a magical vibe create an unforgettable experience!
For guest list RSVP to Enchanted Tunes: firstname.lastname@example.org