A NUTTY NEW YEAR,
LONDON 30/31 DEC 2012
Come and celebrate the New Year in style at our Nutty New Year Ball at 229, the home of Le Beat Bespoké and Crossfire. We are delighted to welcome back the master of ceremonies ARTHUR BROWN to conduct midnight mass celebrations in the beat room with his magical live performance. An international DJ line-up across three rooms with Northern Soul in the ballroom, authentic Mod club sounds in room 2 and sounds from the underground in our beat basement. Doors open at 9pm and we party right through till 6am. With Great Portland Street underground station right opposite and three other tube stations in close proximity, take advantage of the free transport on London’s bus, tube and trains on New Year’s Eve.
Tickets are £15 in advance or £20 on the door. Tickets for NYE go on sale 1st October from www.229thevenue.co.uk.
NEW UNTOUCHABLES 15th ANNIVERSARY PARTY,
SAT 10 NOV 2012
Orleans home of legendary Mousetrap Allnighters will host our 15th birthday bash. Doors open slightly later than usual at 11pm with dinner at a great local Italian restaurant BACIO, planned for 8pm, those wishing to join us for dinner e-mail Rob at email@example.com 3rd November. You get a free glass of wine, beer or shot with your entry fee and the NUT’s DJ’s and special guests will keep you buzzin’ right through until 7am.
Five Live Strypes are talented young lads from Cavan, Ireland who are the talk of the town right now. Their recent live show at the Timebox Weekender back in May was sensational. They will headline the Saturday night at this year’s prestigious Euro Ye Ye festival in Spain and are rapidly picking up new fans all over the World including Jools Holland who saw them at a festival in Ireland recently (come on Jools get them pencilled in for the next series of “Later”). You can catch them live at 10pm for the next Crossfire on Sat 13 October and see for yourself just what all the fuss is about!
Coventry band THE SORROWS were a sensation at Le Beat Bespoké this year featuring the charismatic Don Fardon of ‘Indian Reservation’ and ‘I’m Alive’ fame on lead vocals. The Sorrows are one of the UK forefathers of the Garage Rock or the Freakbeat sound as it’s now known (a term given to maximum R&B). The band released a number of great 45’s in the mid sixties including ‘Take a heart’ which reached 21 in the charts and a brilliant album in 1965 which now fetches silly money among collectors. Expect to hear all the anthems on stage at 11pm!
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