1 Tolpuddle St
London N1 0XT
Let’s dance to David Bowie’s immense contribution to music and gender identity and spend the night together on Friday, 24th March at The Islington.
Some great artists hailing from all around Europe will be reinterpreting David Bowie’s greatest songs as well as playing some original tracks. Fancy dress highly recommended – prize for best costume!
All the profit on the night will go to The Albert Kennedy Trust for homeless LGBT youth #NoRoomForHate
“The new boy-hero of pop stardom has emerged. He sings with a kind of self-assured swagger that is unique to the very well-hung” (Noisey) Spotify – goo.gl/ExMdmO
Plastic Light Factory
“The electricity of boiling Albion’s indie-rock melodies, combined with the lingering warmth of Paisley pop from Cali’s atmosphere. A combination of psychedelia and garage-rock, with a peeking from Franz Ferdinand and Arctic Monkeys” (Covo Club) Spotify – goo.gl/qpXhwE
Got that Brit Funk Pop, once described as “Prince meets the Mars Volta” Soundcloud – goo.gl/JpqwWx
DJ Set by PINK GLOVE
A queer Pulp, Indie, Post Punk & New Wave disco for beatniks, dirtbags and lumberjacks by DJ duo Pencil Skirt and Seductive Berry.
The Islington 1 Tolpuddle Street London N1 0XT
DICE – goo.gl/YfV77Y
£5 early bird
Art by Martina Cabrini ©
In collaboration with Wall of Noise