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Fri 23rd February

Hackney Mixer

Hackney Mixer returns for another night of House, Disco and Techno at Zigfrid von Underbelly of Hoxton.

Catch the Hackney Mixer crew DJs and special guests spinning from 7PM – 3AM on the main floor. Expect good music, nice people and all round good vibes!

Hackney Mixer resident DJs will be playing a range of disco, house and techno alongside our guests Xec Ventura and JukeBoxx.

Line-up for the night (A-Z) :


Sean B


8PM-3AM FREE beats
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Sat 24th February

Carnival Club presents Halfcut

Expect to here the always silk cut tracks of House & Techno all night long…

Saturday nights at Ziggy are awesome. Sweet house & techno, fresh cocktails and all the big Ziggy Saturday night vibes you can eat!

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9pm-3am FREE
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Sun 25th February


The soulful movement hits Hoxton Square again for a light of Spring.

We may still be under layers but nothing better than skipping them under great music… and that’s what we are here for.

Our resident Alex Eugenio throws an extended set of Disco, Soulful House and Rare Grooves to heat us up and bloom our hearts.

Happy Hour all night and our heated patio for that spring breeze. Boogie, chill at our comfy sofas and snack a bite (our kitchen stays open till 8ish).

Sunday 25 February
From 5pm ’til late

Apart from the hearty cocktails on the shake by the lovely Ziggy mixologists – the kitchen is serving home cooking bites and brunch for you and your buddies.

Grab a couch and a space on the dance floor!

5pm-11:30pm FREE
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Mon 20th November

I Luv Live


Mani’s Love Letter with the title of Birmingham’s 7th Young Poet Laureate and over a decade of writing music under his belt, Mani shines differently to all his peers. With a variety of genre bending and sonically outstanding music, being a member of Young Identity, having a modelling venture with J’adore Manchester, as well as crafted poetry and immaculate style, he brings some very new elements to the table.

Madi Saskia is a young person with an old soul. Through her music she influences those around her through her imaginative material. She is one woman who pioneers modern soul, taking her music to venues around the UK and blowing her audiences away with her power-house vocals. Madi’s unique, influence style can be described as socially conscious with an R’n’B twang. She is a critical thinker who uses real life experiences to enhance her creativity, with owning a genuine love for music and spoken word.

Cuban and Jamaican writer who was raised in Florida for some time with he’s grandparents before returning to the UK where he was raised by he’s farther. He fell in love with music at a young age and enjoyed dancing around the house. Before he knew it, he was writing from the age 13. Realizing he wanted to do this for a living. Music helped him to find himself, spending a lot of he’s childhood and life by himself, it helped to teach him to express himself and go from the writer to OB the author.

South East London’s GEORGIE KELLER, 20, is currently working with various producers across Europe developing his sound. GK has had a very good year so far and is now ready to hit the road with shows across the UK with his band.

Marco Hardy is an Italian singer/songwriter born in Pesaro on the 30th of October 1998. He starts to play guitar at 4, thanks to his dad that shares Marcos love for music. Marco has been influenced by artists like Ed Sheeran, Passenger, Paolo Nutini, Norah Jones, Damien Rice, Bob Dylan and James Bay to name some. Artists that lead him to writing his own songs when he’s 14. On the 7th of August 2017 Marco released his debut EP, “Glances”. That same month, after his successful audition at the “Access To Music” college, Marco moves to London to kick start his artist career.

7:30pm-11pm Advance £3.75 or £6 on the door
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