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DJ Yoda’s Audiovisual Spectacular @ The Forum / Saturday 10th November 2012


Doors: 21:00 – 02:00

@ The Forum, 9-17 Highate Road, London NW5 1JY

Entry: from £14.50 book

DJ Yoda has a knack for turning rooms full of perfectly calm and civilised people into a heaving mass of happy, sweaty, partied-out folk. Combining a well-honed beat-heavy DJ set with tongue in cheek visuals mixed live with the music on a cinema-sized screen, DJ Yoda assaults your senses with a killer combination of good humour and infectious party music. Unbeatable in this terrain, DJ Yoda truly is one of the “ten DJs to see before you die” (Q Magazine).

With his star studded ‘Chop Suey’ album out November 5th, DJ Yoda headlines the Kentish Town Forum on Saturday 10th November and A Boy Called George and The Tootsie Rollers are amongst the collaborators confirmed to appear live.

Line up:
A Boy Called George
The Tootsie Rollers
Plus special guests

Electric Minds presents… Ben UFO B2B Jackmaster @ Studio Spaces / Saturday 10th November 2012


22:00 – 06:00@ Studio Spaces
Unit 2
110 Pennington Street
E1W 2BBTickets: £16.80 Here

electric minds has a reputation of welcoming the new breed of electronic labels, and they’re excited to continue that tradition by welcoming Numbers’ Jackmaster & Hessle Audio’s Ben UFO for an all night B2B session.As well as being the co-founder of Numbers, Jackmaster is one hell of a DJ. He is a man who lives to play records for people and his eclectic sets skip through everything, embracing guilty pleasures and forgotten classics in the same breath as unreleased dubplate heaters. He is steadily building a reputation as a taste-maker within the bastardized swamp of bass-ed out club music, as well as being one of the most emphatic party selectors.

Having become immersed in the still emerging dubstep scenes in London and Leeds in 2005, Ben UFO’s musical taste was shaped primarily by the DMZ and Sub Dub nights taking place in those cities. However, as music tastes have shifted and scenes have fragmented, Ben UFO’s approach to music has developed. His level of commitment to the dance music of the last two decades has led to a collection of records which reflects the position London has held as a city responsible for the constant development of forward thinking music.

This is a rare opportunity to see these DJ’s play together within such an intimate setting. This party will sell out so it is highly advisable to purchase in advance from Resident Advisor.


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Spin Off 002: Frankie Knuckles @ XOYO / Friday 9th November 2012


21:00 – 03:00

32-37 Cowper Street

Facebook Event

Tickets: £14.06 Here 

Stepping up from the underground this November, comes the latest in progressive clubbing: Spin Off Club. Set to shake East London’s midnight heartbeat Spin Off brings the almighty Frankie Knuckles to the depths of XOYO.

Stealing the virtues of House and keeping its cutting-edge music policy high on the agenda, its innovative approach define it from a lot of London Clubland. Make sure you catch Behling & Simpson as well, a very exciting talent coming from Bristol.

Frankie Knuckles
Behling & Simpson (Futureboogie)
Casino Times
Csy & Stripes
Kitsch & Sync

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Kings of the City @ The Hoxton Pony / Thursday 8th November 2012


Doors: 18:00 – 01:00

@ The Hoxton Pony, 104-108 Curtain Road, London EC2A 3AH

Free entry

This week at Homegrown. The brilliant Kings of the City will be hosting a next level birthday party for their awesome bass player Memari.

They will be delivering some of the best Hip Hop, Garage and Rock n Roll classics to get everybody moving. Resident DJ 9CC will kick the night off, then over to the Kings to keep the party going.

As always it’s free entry and half price drinks!

Horrorgami @ Gallery One and a Half / until Wednesday 14th November 2012


Monday to Friday 10:00 – 17:00
Saturday and Sunday 11:00 – 16:00

@ Gallery One and a Half, 1 1/2 Ardleigh Road, London N1 4HS

Free entry

‘Horrorgami’ – Hagan-Guirey’s first exhibition – showcases 13 miniature paper models of iconic locations from cult horror movies including ‘The Exorcist’, ‘The Shining’ and ‘The Addams Family’. The works are presented in lightboxes so that, after dark, their silhouetted forms appear spectral and ethereal.

NBCQ: New British Crafted Short Films plus Q&A @ Curzon Renoir Cinema / Monday 5th November 2012


Screening: 18.20

@ Curzon Renoir Cinema

The Brunswick, Brunswick Square, London WC1N 1AW

Tickets: £11.50

It’s Not The Length… A Programme of New British-Crafted Short Films plus Q&A with directors

Directors: Douglas Hart, Matthew Holness, Romola Garai, Will Jewell, Dan Sully, Chris Foggin • Featuring: Dame Judi Dench, Peter Mullan • UK 2012 • Programme: 73 mins

NBCQ depart from their usual formula of feature screenings to present a stunning selection of independent shorts, showcasing the best of up-and-coming British talent. The six shorts will feature the cream of British acting, drawn to the creativity that the short film form allows. With thanks to Soda Pictures.

Future Event: Tim Key: Masterslut @ Arts Theatre / from Thursday 15th November to Saturday 24th 2012


Sunday 20:00
Other days: 21:15

@ Arts Theatre, 6-7 Great Newport Street, London WC2H 7JB

From: £18

After three sell out years at the Edinburgh Festival, highly successful London runs and tours that went down a storm, Tim Key is touring his new show Masterslut, bringing his confused procession of idiosyncratic poetry and prose to venues across Britain.

Tim Key is a 35 year-old (poet comedian and bookwriter) who works in the broad arenas of poetry, comedy, general, film and bookwriting. His first book sold out almost immediately (small print-run) and led to him becoming the resident poet on Charlie Brooker’s Screenwipe (BBC4) and Newswipe (BBC4) shows (ever-so cool). He also became resident poet on Mark Watson’s radio show (Radio 4) and has since gone on to do loads of other cool stuff he has had his poetry published in Vice magazine (niche) and Reader’s Digest (different niche).

Barbican Weekender Natural Circuits @ Barbican Centre / Saturday 3rd November to Sunday 4th November 2012


From: 10:00 – 17:00

@ Barbican Centre, Silk Street London EC2Y 8DS

Free entry

Throughout this weekend the combined force of nature and human creativity take centre stage. Writer Claire Collison will be running a series of Natural Circuits-inspired Tweet Poetry writing sessions, drawing inspiration from the cross-pollination of natural and digital worlds. Tweet dialogues responding to and informing circuits of language will evolve as a Twitter feed displayed around the foyer.

Natural Circuits promises to be a weekend where anything can happen. And when it does, you can be sure there will be a tweet about it. Use the hashtag #bweekender

Rock the Red Carpet in support of KIDS @ The Collection / Saturday 3rd November 2012


Doors: 21:00 – 03:00

@ The Collection, 264 Brompton Road, London SW3 2AS

Tickets: from £40 book online

Rock the Red Carpet in support of KIDS, are rolling out the red carpet, so bring your entourage and prepare for a night to remember. For one night only get ready to be treated like a VIP. We have a fabulous night lined up for you – expect delicious cocktails and canapés, incredible DJs, amazing firebreathing stiltwalkers, luxury prizes, goodie bags and much, much more.

The famous KIDS’ raffle is back. We hope you’re feeling lucky because there are some very exciting prizes up for grabs – 1 night stay in a Thistle Hotel of your choice, luxury facials and treatments by Gigi London, Juicy Couture and Prada goodies and many more!

Complimentary cocktails will be served to the first 200 guests and canapés will be served until 22.30, so arrive early to avoid missing out!

Québec Cinema Showcase @ Cine Lumieré / Friday 2nd November – Sunday 4th November 2012


5 Screenings at various times

@ Cine Lumiere
17 Queensberry Place
South Kensington, SW7 2DT

Tickets £10 / £8 concessions from the Institut Français website

Following the international success of Québécois films including Monsieur Lazhar, Incendies and Café de Flore, a showcase of new cinema from Québec will take place for the first time in London at the Institut Français. Cine Lumieré hosts five feature films over three days, all of which are preceeded by short films.

Opening the showcase on Friday is Starbuck, the UK premiere of Ken Scott’s box-office success. Just when David Wosniak (Patrick Huard) decides to finally take control of his life, this eternal 42 year-old teenager discovers that he’s the biological father of 533 children. Suddenly, his life is much more complicated than he anticipated.

Saturday opens with Karakara, a Canadian/Japanese co-production which follows Pierre (Gabriel Arcand), a retired professor in his early sixties who goes on a short, unsettling trip around Okinawa in Japan with Junko (Youki Kudoh), a 40-year-old runaway wife.

A highlight of the showcase will be Saturday evening’s public reception, with free drinks of Neige (apple ice wine) followed by a screening of Laurence Anyways, the latest offering from Cannes award-winning director Xavier Dolan (I Killed My Mother, Heartbeats). In the 90s, Laurence tells his girlfriend Fred that he wants to become a woman. The film spans 10 years, an epic journey which, unbeknownst to them, may cost Fred and Laurence their love.

Sunday films are Bestiary (Bestiaire) from Denis Côté, an intriguing documentary without dialogue, which reflects on human fascination with animals and  Behind Closed Doors (Catimini) from Nathalie Saint-Pierre. The final film of the weekend, it is a touching story about a reunion between four girls living under the care of the child protection services.

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