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Hip Hop Zoo launch party at Fu Manchu Bar on Friday 2 February 2018

Mixing immersive activities, surprise performances alongside dedicated ringmasters and a Jumanji style atmosphere. Expect confetti cannons, glitter and a rumpus of hip-hop beats. This will not be an average weekly event. 🐼

A ringmaster will lead the night’s procession at Hip Hop Zoo, entertaining guests throughout taking them on a jungle journey from start to finish. Dancers will wow the crowd, dressed head to toe in animal prints and body paint with giant animal heads alongside secret guest performances from headline DJs and acts. To drop a few names, Raekwon, Fatman Scoop and M.O.P have all been booked to perform on past events between the teams.

Hip Hop Zoo will soon turn in to London’s weekly party paradise, imagine an indoor space with vibrant colours and jungle theme surrounded by the pandemonium of an unleashed zoo. Animal fancy dress is highly recommended.


Fu Manchu Bar, 15-16 Lendal Terrace, London SW4 7UX

9pm – 3am

From £15 book online

A History of UK Pirate Radio @ The Nest / Friday 4th August 2017


Doors: 22:00–4:00

@ The Nest, 36-44 Stoke Newington Road, Dalston, London N16 7XJ

Tickets: from £6 book online


Re-wind to a heady decade of pirate radio, a melting pot for every major development in London club music, from jungle, to garage, to grime, to dubstep, to funky and beyond. When rival stations battled for a sprawling roster of MCs and selectors and the best spot for their transmitters. 🔊🎶🎤

They’ll be taking you through a host of the era’s classic hits – Heartless Crew, Pay As You Go Cartel, Roll Deep, So Solid Crew, Ruff Squad and Nasty Crew – paying homage to a seminal period in UK Bass culture.

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July events @ Juju’s Bar & Stage / July 2017


Doors: various

@ Juju’s Bar & Stage, 15 Hanbury Street, London E1 6QR

Tickets: various


Talks, live music, a blogging network event, Brazilian Dance Classes, Juju’s brand new Friday night resident DJ Ben Skeritt and more make up a tantalising month of events for July.

July’s series of events at Juju’s Bar & Stage, located in the heart of East London’s Old Truman Brewery site, is yet again a wealth of cultural revelry including eye opening talks, live music, DJ’s, dance classes and more.

This month, Juju’s announces brand new Friday night resident DJ Ben Skerritt, welcoming the weekend in with an eclectic mix of the newest progressive electronic, afro and synth pop vibes.

Nestled in the heart of the Old Truman Brewery, Juju’s Bar & Stage is a haven for arts and music alike. Shunning the norm and embracing all art forms Juju’s programme is a prime example of this, with events ranging from live acts to talks to literature to DJs and everything in between.

Every Wednesday the diverse venue hosts a special Brazilian Forro night. Budding and experienced dancers alike can sign up to the three levels of classes happening throughout the night, and those with two left feet can simply come for the after party with an infectious atmosphere of South American warmth and good vibes. Newly added as a regular Friday night resident is DJ Ben Skerritt who will be bringing an eclectic mix of progressive electronic, afro and everything in between to eager Friday night party goers.

8th / 15th July
Info and tickets

4th July
LDN Talks @ Night – The Psychology Of Dreams
Info and tickets

13th July
Urban Temple Digital Networking Event
Info and tickets

16th July
Sambroso Sambroso presents: 11 hour Cuban Carnival special!
Info and tickets

18th July
LDN Talks @ Night – The Neuroscience of Decision Making
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23rd July
Block Party Cinema Screening: City Of God
Tickets start at £10
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25th July
LDN Talks @ Night – Memories And Time Travel
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Theatre Menu @ STK London, ME London Hotel / just launched


Mon-Wed 5pm-12am
Thu-Sat 5pm–1am
Sun 5pm–10:30pm
Theatre menu 5-7pm through the week

@ ME London Hotel, 336-337 The Strand London, WC2R 1HA

£Three courses for £30 book online


Just launched, STK London has a fantastic pre-theatre menu. Perfect to sample the unique selection and trendy restaurant before heading to a show or enjoy the delights of the Capital and West End scene.

Start the evening with a drink at the bar before moving through to the dining room to enjoy an magnificent dining atmosphere.

Award-winning productions including War Horse, The Lion King and Matilda are in the area.

The pre-theatre menu offers:

  • Lil’ Brgs, delightful bite size burgers made from prime Japanese Wagyu beef, topped with STK’s special sauce, black truffles and a sesame seed bun or the Swordfish Ceviche, served with young coconut and a citrus pepper sauce.
  • For mains choose from the 28-day aged USDA Prime Rump Steak, Roast Black Leg Chicken served with black pudding and sage & onion pudding or Crispy Seabass with gnocchi, greens and pancetta.
  • For dessert, try the classic Sticky Toffee Pudding served with vanilla ice cream and salted malt caramel or the Mango Cream accompanied by passion fruit sorbet, mango caviar and a passion fruit biscuit.

To compliment the food there is an extensive wine list that covers a wide range of American and French classics. For those interested in cocktails, Bar Manager Sam Coretz has created a cocktail menu that combines classic American drinks with unique creations such as the STK Martini, blending citrus flavours of grapefruit, passion fruit and bitter orange, and the Twisted Bellini, a refreshing mixture of champagne, vodka and orange blossom water.

Forever @ Birthdays / Friday 6th March 2015


Doors: 20:30-03:00

@ Birthdays, 33-35 Stoke Newington Road, London N16 8BJ

Entry: £6 book online


Chris Reed, also known as Plastician (formerly Plasticman), the DJ / Producer and owner of Terrorhythm Recordings.

Plastician is a name synonymous with groundbreaking and forward thinking electronic music. In his early years he was most noted for his involvement at the forefront of establishing both London’s Grime scene, and the Dubstep scene. He is unique in the sense that he is the only artist who is recognised as a true pioneer of both sounds from their humble beginnings. In more recent times, he has been globally recognised for his efforts to unearthing new and exciting music without boundaries, showcasing it in his sets and through releases on his record label, Terrorhythm Recordings, which is responsible recently for introducing the world to acts such as AWE, GANZ and Louis Futon among others. Never one to be put in a box, Plastician specializes in finding music that joins the dots between all that is exciting in bass music across the board.

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Hipsters Don’t Dance @ Shacklewell Arms / Saturday 4th October 2014


Doors: 23:00–03:00

@ The Shacklewell Arms, 71 Shacklewell Lane, London E8 2EB

Entry: £5 on the door or for £3 list email hipstersdontdance@gmail.com

Dancehall, Soca, Afrobeats and more at HHD’s world carnival style monthly rave. Imagine the house party in Sean Paul’s Get Busy but without the complaining Grandpa. Expect rum, riddims, flags and more.

You can find residents (Kazabon & Hootie Who), Murlo and Illanja in the back room of The Shacklewell Arms recreating the feeling of carnival in the middle of Dalston.

The Bogle, Dutty Whine and Row Di Boat are not only encouraged but guaranteed. Fête Hard or Go Home!

So Special with Lixo, DJ Naughty @ The Alibi / Friday 14th October 2011


Doors: 20:00

@ The Alibi, 91 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, London E8 2PB

Our recurring favourite is host to another night of free clubbing. End your night here and you won’t regret it.

DJ Naughty (Funky, Tottenham UK)
Lixo (Get Me)
AND KO (What’s My Name / The Macbeth)
New Money
Van Der Wavy

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Yeti ENK with Mighty Moe vs Royal T @ Visions Video Bar / Friday 8th July 2011


Open: 22:00 – 04:00

@ Visions Video Bar, 588 Kingsland Road, London E8 4AH

Entry: £5 all night


The hottest basement party this summer. Yeti ENK are here to get you skanking.

Mighty Moe
Mighty Moe aka Metric Moses is a veteran and pioneer of the UK underground. Originally a Hip Hop DJ, he joined the renowned Heartless Crew as a teenager and developed his uniquely vibrant, catchy and intelligent style that made him into the living garage legend he is today. It goes without saying that Moe has influenced and inspired so many of today’s modern artists. Yeti grew up on his Crisp Biscuit sound and we’re super excited to be able to bring this legend together with another in the making. He’s not called Mighty for nothing.


Royal T
Grime hasn’t seen this amount of hype in a long time. The rebirth of the rave is rightly due to Southampton based producer, Royal T and Rinse DJ’s and Butterz label founders, Elijah and Skilliam. A heavy focus on them golden year vibes, T’s “hyped-up-funk-infused” grime beats are on point. UKG fan or not, you’ll still find yourself skanking away. With an army of hefty remixes for the likes Katy B, Yasmin, Terror Danjah, TRC and Wiley, T’s approach to music has certainly got the entire scene gagging for more. Bringing his sound together with the legendary Mighty Moe vibes will be soothing to behold…this is going to be special. Don’t miss out!

Mighty Moe vs Royal T
Low Fro b2b Dynamik
Paste (DR Soundsystem)

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Locked In (Jaguar Skills, DJ Swerve) @ The Westbury / Friday 29th April 2011


Doors: 20:00 – 03:00

@ The Westbury, 34 Kilburn High Road, London NW6 5UA

Entry: £5 after 22:00


Consider this the Royal Weddings unofficial after party, On the decks will be DJ Swerve (Kiss FM) dropping the best selection Hip-Hop, R&B, Reggae, Swing, Soul, Funk and Grime, whilst our resident host MC Mystro gets you hyped for the night! Following Swerve is the musically animated, masked Ninja, Jaguar Skills (BBC Radio 1) playing his unique mix to keeping the house party vibes going.

DJs and MCs:
DJ Swerve (Kiss FM)
Jaguar Skills (Radio 1)
MC Mystro

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SoundCrash Presents: Ghostpoet (with Jehst) @ XOYO / Saturday 16th April 2011


Doors: 21:30 – 03:00

@ XOYO, 32 – 37 Cowper Street, London EC2A 4AP

Entry: £12 advance, £16 on the door


SoundCrash returns to XOYO for another unmissable event. Opening the night is the critically acclaimed Ghostpoet, followed by the unstoppable Jehst. To round up the SoundCrash club night will be celebrating the launch of Anchorsong’s Lost & Found EP.

Performances start from 21:00. Don’t miss out, make sure you arrive early.

Ghostpoet (live)
Lukid (live)
Jehst (live)
Kelpe (live)
Anchorsong (live)
DJ Kutmah

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