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Fri 20th October

Multiplayer Disco

Spacey electro and dancey techno by Multiplayer Disco! They make it happen on a leafy Autumn night in Hoxton Square with tingly beats and fantastic loops.

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9pm-3am Free entry
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Sat 21st October

Marcella Puppini v. Conchitas

House electro showdown with the Marcella Puppini of The Puppini Sisters drops the beats with Conchitas for a night of delicious dance!

In 2015, Puppini released Everything Is Beautiful, her first solo album of original material, which she describes as “electro vintage, because it’s not just electro swing, it’s a mixture of different vintage styles interpreted with an electronic sound.”

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9pm-3am Free
Puppini / Conchitas SIA RealGirls Mix
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Sat 28th October

Ziggy’s House of Halloween ’til 4am

The nights are drawing in, there is a definite chill in the air,
The moon casts its eerie glow over Hoxton Square…

Come one, come all to our House of Halloween,
The scariest, the most terrifying thing you’ve ever seen!

Werewolves and Vampires and Zombies missing lumps,
Nurses and Tigers and of course a few Trumps!

The most twisted of discos, most raucous of floors,
It’s time to dress up, drink all night for a score.

For our house is free, for all creatures with claws
But bring your ID, for entry, for sure!*

*Entry is not guaranteed.


BRYDIE TONG has recently relocated from Ibiza and is quickly warming up the London scene. While living in Ibiza, Brydie was a resident at We Love Space and the infamous Mambo. You’ll be sure to find Brydie playing records full of feeling, keeping it deep, soulful yet always on-trend. Think anything from deep house, 80s, indie dance & nu disco seamlessly mixed in one of her eclectic sets.

KAMA consists of the boyfriend & girlfriend team Mariana Orsho and Luis Kennett, one of the London underground scene’s respected new arrivals. Their debut release in July 2017 was a remix of Ryan Pamatmat, Electum Goldensun and Russell Wayne’s 3-way collab You Know How on Celestial Recordings. With an old school, classic house sound, KAMA sets are designed to get you jumpin’, jackin’ and swerving to the beat like it’s 1999.

Downstairs in our doomsday, dancey dungeon Underbelly from 11pm after bands:

BELLE & BEX are a dynamic duo currently making some serious waves across clubland. Originating from Puerto Rico, Belle clearly brings the Latin spirit whilst French/Sri Lankan Bex keeps the vibe cool, calm and collected. Their debut track “COLD SWEAT” released on Chromoza Recordings hit the NO.9 spot on the Traxsource Tech House Chart, and the girls are currently rocking residencies at the W Hotel, Radio Rooftop, Netil House, and most recently guest spots for Ibiza’s hottest new shindig Melon Bomb.

One of the original Fump Soul Brothers, JAMES O CONNELL is a popular resident for one of Essex’s best kept secrets; FUMP (For Underground Music People). Most recently James has been rocking the dancefloor of Must Be Love, alongside the likes of original tech house masters Colin Dale and Eddie Richards. James’s sound is tough talking and bass-driven but always retains that all important soul groove.

Chromoza co-founder JUSTIN BALLARD has a CV that most DJs can only dream of. With lengthy residencies at Fabric, The Cross, The End and Turnmills under his belt, if it was a part of the naughties London, it’s pretty much a given Justin has graced the decks. Now only choosing to spin for select promoters in Spain and Italy while running the Chromoza empire, the HOH is a rare chance to catch this infamous purveyor of the fiercest deep tech in an intimate London setting.

9pm-4am free entry with fancy dress!
Chromoza - Justin Ballard
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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
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