20.12 8:06pm-20:06pm free entry
A wicked live set fusing Rock, Blues, Soul and Jazz. The members of the band join together in perfect harmony to create cool covers with a contemporary twist. Always delivering energetic and exciting performances by James Brown, Prince, Rolling Stones, Beatles, The Killers, Kings of Leon and Amy Winehouse.
With DJ support
21.12 9:00pm-03:00am £5.00
Static brings an electric fist pumping atmosphere of house music, brought to you by The Beat Medics with an exceptional rotation of guest DJs every month.
The freshest house sounds from deep to tech exquisitely mashed up with electro and old skool groove!
Special guest TBA
27.12 9:00pm-03:00am £3.00
It’s that time between Christmas and New Years we all need a drink and a dance to get over our crimbo nightmares. DJ Curtis White (AudioBox) will ease the pain away by playing the best in house, disco and anything with a nice-ass dance beat
28.12 9:00pm-03:00am £5.00
Little 15 is a DJ and producer steeped in the history of house music – from being gifted his first 12″ (808 State since you asked) by an older brother who then bequeathed him his vast vinyl collection of 80s and 90s house, raving in fields in the early 90s, and cutting his teeth with a residency at Nottingham’s legendary nightclub The Bomb. Blessed with an enviable set of skills on the turntables, under his alias Santero he has won the Red Bull Thre3style DJ contest and enjoyed considerable success in the studio on Utah Saints’ Sugarbeat Records, but after Foot & Mouth signed his bootleg of Depeche Mode, as well as releases on Endemic Digital, Weird Science and Metropolitan, Little 15 was able to step into the limelight and show how to marry house and disco classics with the deep house sound of London in a way few can do.
31.12 9:00pm-06:00am £10.00
Future History are delighted to announce that NYE’s party will go back to basics with residents Aaron James, Laurence Burden, Alex Ellis & Adam Wakeham hosting the decks to see through 2013 in style.
In a year that’s seen Artifact blur boundaries, Rory Phillips bring back the heady days of Studio 54, Barnt scale new heights, Toronto’s Brennan Green celebrate the final leg of his EU tour, Disco royalty Gerry Rooney & Joel Martin debut their latest project Velvet Season & The Hearts Of Gold and south London stalwarts Bradley Zero & Alex Egan showcase the cities class, it’s no wonder Time Out, The Guardian, Don’t Panic and London Calling showed full support. It’s been the residents that have shaped the sound of the party though and to celebrate this they’ll be hosting the decks for the entire evening.
This is a rare chance to see the Future History residents in full swing and tickets will be extremely limited, as such we would advise booking in advance.