Social Newsletter – Week 5

It’s official, the new menu from The London Particular is AMAZING.  

Honestly, the new food is completely brilliant, head down for lunch or dinner, eat in or takeaway. There are new specials pretty much every day, Harrisa Ribs are launching tonight!

The Celestial Cinema premieres on Monday with a special screening of Saint Etienne’s ‘What Have You Done Today, Mervyn Day?’.

Music wise, The Schizodelic Sound is back tomorrow night, HHK tonight,SubSoul on Saturday and more of the same all next week.

Before i stop wittering, shout out to Rob Pursey for his latest mix Zonin vol 3. Grab it now and zone out.

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SOCIAL NIGHTS OUT

Thursday 23rd February
HIP HOP KARAOKE 

“London’s like a jungle sometimes but nights like this will keep you from going under!”

Time Out

Putting a fresh twist on the ancient art of karaoke, Hip-Hop Karaoke lets you get on the mic and act out your rap fantasies to the fullest, whether that’s teaming up with friends to rock through a Wu-Tang jam, living the lyrical highlife like Jay-Z or Drake, bawsin it like Rick Ross, celebrating summertime with The Fresh Prince or acting all crazy like Nicki Minaj or Ol Dirty Bastard.

You can find HHK every Thursday at The Social.  It’s no exaggeration to say that this is a legendary night out.

Doors 6pm-1am, £3 concession list (via hiphopkaraokeuk@gmail.com) £5 on the door.

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Friday 24th February

THE SCHIZODELIC SOUND

DJs: GUY C, AARON FLETCHER + TIM ROCKINS

Mixing Mods with Rockers, Punks with Proggers, Concrete Jungle with African Bush, Brazilian Nuggets with Turkish Delights, Sweet’n’Sour Krauts with Big Macs and Crisp Rappers with Cheesy Ravers any flavour is for the tasting. Based on a super tight blend of three amigos triple-teaming behind the decks The Schizodelic Sound shall make one shake thy rattle, rok ya Rolex and get on up to get on down. With much unexpected diggings alongside stone-cold classics from the most open book of musical revelry there is a sound for one and all to rejoice in.

Doors 6pm-1am, free entry before 9pm, £5 after

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Saturday 25th February

SUBSOUL 

‘The real overground sound

DJs:

SPIN DOCTOR

+ MR RIVE

Spinning everything from Soul + Disco to Hip Hop and House, a blend of sounds new and old for those looking for an unpretentious party vibe.

Upstairs you can find the Breakin Bread DJs hosting a special one off all night long.

Doors 6pm-3am, free before 8pm, £5 after

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Monday 27th February

THE CELESTIAL CINEMA

First of a monthly film club curated by Jeff Barrett

Saint Etienne and Heavenly Films present:

What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? 

What Have You Done Today Mervyn Day? (2005) continues Saint Etienne’s  ongoing fascination with the city of London and its diverse array of people, space and places. Directed by Paul Kelly, this superb  documentary explores East London’s neglected Lower Lea Valley,  beautifully capturing the areas’ last moments before it undergoes a  major redevelopment programme that will transform it from a derelict  wasteland into the site for the 2012 Olympic Games. (running time 46 minutes).

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+ Drift Street – A short film by Michael Smith, the writer and presenter of BBC’s Drivetime and Citizen Smith.

Doors 7pm-12am, £3 entry

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Tuesday 28th February

SYMPTOMATIC PRESENTS

Live:

BAND OF HOLY JOY

JACK ROBERTS

FRASER + THE BETH STEEL

Forever changing, consistently unique yet, always somehow the same, the Band Of Holy Joy began life as gutter chansoniers using junk shop instruments to propagate a brute romantic madly literate form of dispossessed urban folk music.

Since then the band have scaled a few heights fallen down in one or two gutters, broken up, glued themselves together, toured the world, released a fair few albums for the likes of Rough Trade and fully explored other media by presenting two audio visual song plays.

These days the junk shop instruments of old are long gone, and guitars, violins and visuals very much to the fore. But the band continues to write about the same outsider concerns with the same measure of spirit and care and man, they still put on a show. The Band of Holy Joy, forever changing, consistently unique, always the same. Join the adventure as they pass through your town.

Doors 7pm-12am, £5 adv / £7 on the door

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Wednesday 29th February

MADD RAFF WEDNESDAYS – UK BASHMENT PARTY

With Special guests:

SILVERSTAR + JUVINILE

The new weekly party from The Heatwave. The rules are simple: No badmind. No posing. 100% dancing. 100% smiling.  Madd Raff is all about dancing, dressing up and having fun! Pure bashment all night with no negativity allowed in the building.

Expect crazy dance moves, banging on the walls and a million whistles and air horns.

Doors 7pm-1am, free before 9pm, £3 before 10pm / £5 after.

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Thursday 1st March
HIP HOP KARAOKE 

“London’s like a jungle sometimes but nights like this will keep you from going under!”

Time Out

Putting a fresh twist on the ancient art of karaoke, Hip-Hop Karaoke lets you get on the mic and act out your rap fantasies to the fullest, whether that’s teaming up with friends to rock through a Wu-Tang jam, living the lyrical highlife like Jay-Z or Drake, bawsin it like Rick Ross, celebrating summertime with The Fresh Prince or acting all crazy like Nicki Minaj or Ol Dirty Bastard.

You can find HHK every Thursday at The Social.  It’s no exaggeration to say that this is a legendary night out.

Doors 6pm-1am, £3 concession list (via hiphopkaraokeuk@gmail.com) £5 on the door

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Friday 2nd March

PLAYERS BALL

DJs:

ROB PURSEY + DAVEY BOY SMITH

London’s Crunkest Club Night™ is coming to Central London.  Southern Hospitality DJs Rob Pursey and Davey Boy Smith will be bringing you all the hottest new club anthems, breaking future classics, bringing back your old favourites and just generally giving you the crunkest, buckest, wildest clubbing experience in London.

Doors 6pm-1am. Free before 9pm, £5 after.

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