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Sat 16th December

Funk Fest

★ WHAT?
The last FUNK FEST night of the year at Zigfrid filled with House, Funk, Nu Disco and Tech. Come join the party!

★ WHO?
The DJ’s of the night are Joanna Åström, Matthew John & Mos Eisley.

9pm-3am Free
18+
https://www.mixcloud.com/joanna-astrom/divided-part-2-live-4817/
Table Bookings
Sun 17th December

Retro Spirit Vinyl Only Rock n’ Roll Brunch

VINYL ONLY!!! No CDs and definitely no stupid USB sticks! This is the real thing on wax. Brunch on the go and draught on tap.

Listen to the waxy guitars from the 40’s to the 50’s spun on plastic by DJ Retro Spirit aka Big Best Luke.

Free motorbike parking on Hoxton Square. Quiffs optional.

12pm Free
Email us to book a table
Sun 31st December

NYE!

Another year, another awesome party!

Yes, it’s already time for 2018 and we will be doing it in a big Ziggy way with DEEP VIBES!

2 floors of awesomeness and tables available for the party bookings.

Line-up:

WILL MARSHALL
MICHEAL HOWE (ARDOUR)
MAXIMUS STEPHANOS (HOUSE 559 MUSIC)
DAVE SOALL
IN BEATZ WE TRUST
XEC VENTURA (HOUSE 559 MUSIC)
MR.A
HENRY LAWRENCE
ALEX – AN

Photos on the night, so dress to impress.

IT’S ALL ABOUT GOOD MUSIC, GOOD PEOPLE & DEEP VIBES!

8pm until very late! / free entry /
18+ photo ID essential!
Table bookings
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Tue 21st March

LDN Talks @ Night | Terrorism in Europe

This Funzing Experience:
Jonathan Sacerdoti has reported from the scenes of major terror attacks in Tel Aviv, Brussels and Paris during the last 12 months alone, and seen how different societies react to horrific mass casualty attacks.

While stabbings, shootings and even suicide bombings are sadly commonplace in the Middle East, similar attacks are now happening closer to home in Europe with alarming frequency. So what lessons can we learn from other countries on how to deal with this threat? How can we stop attacks from happening? How should we react when they do? And how should we mourn those who are killed? Can we stop terrorism from ruining our freedom, confidence and way of life?

This talk will explore the reactions of different countries to attacks aimed at their civilian populations, and ask what works best in the battle against terrorism. Jonathan will explore the impact this has on society and public opinion, and examine whether the increased threat is creating an environment which fosters division and hatred in society.

7pm talks start at 7:30pm sharp! £10 advance
18+
Advance tickets

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