Mi-Soul recommends five brilliant things to do this weekend…
BIG STUFF returns this coming Saturday for all the SupaSexiStylishHappiSmiley
£10 entry – £5 before 11pm – no entry after 1am
Westbank Gallery 3-5 Thorpe London W10 5XL
When SW1 Club closes in 2017, so does a part of your raving history. Forget what its called now or the numerous names previous, Rampage made history in the 90’s bringing real music to central London when no one else could. NOW…..It takes a 15 dj line up to fill a club and you get to sing one verse of a song before a juggling dj cuts the track off.
Let Rampage take you back in time, to the venue that cemented the 90’s. Join the original Rampage crew in 3 arenas as we pay real homage to our original home SW1….. the club that was “Touched BY None”.
191 Victoria Street, SW1E 5NE London, United Kingdom
VIP packages now available
Contact: 07723 081832 to book packages.
We Love Soul in conjunction with Mistri present a night of style & sophistication at The Camden Centre, opposite Kings Cross Station, featuring a live performance by: The British Collective (Omar, Don-E, Junior Giscombe, Leee John, Noel Mckoy). Plus Reggae Show Case featuring: Robert Emmanuel & Sherrii Van Dyer.
ROOM 1: 70s/80s Soul, Funk, Disco + 90s R&B + House
JIGS, MASTERMIND, BIGGER, CONFUNKTION
AITCH B, DJ DLUX, MARK WYNTER & GW (SIR BREENA)
ROOM 2: Rare Groove & Revival & Reggae
MISTRI, GQ, CAPRICORN, ONE LOVE
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Dave & Lee Grimshaw of Club Peel along with good friends Lee Booth, Richard Davey and Matthew Keall are putting on a little ‘A Shindig on the Water’, on the legendary MV Royalty boat along the Thames, London on Saturday 26th November 2016, from 20.00 till 01.00 spinning the finest and delightful sounds from 60/70s Soul, 60s RnB, Boogaloo, Deep Funk, Hammond Jazz and Northern Soul.
Leaving from Festival Pier, Southbank at 20.00 sharp, the MV Royalty from Absolute Party Cruises, will sail along the Thames with the eye catching lit up London at night.
A Night in Paradise returns to Ministry of Sound. Showcasing the elemental club’s sound and DJ’s and the long history of dance music that it has since inspired. With all profits from this event being donated to GMHC and Terrence Higgins Trust to educate and support those living with HIV.