Monday, October 14, 2013

Day of the Dead Silent Disco

Friday 1 November 2013 is Mexican Day of the Dead, and the only Day of the Dead Silent Disco in London (probably) will be happening in SE14. According to the organisers:

'The Hill Station Café (Kitto Road SE14) will be transformed into a Fabulously Fluorescent, Luminously Lovely, Ultra Violet, Psychedelic Disco.  Tickets £15.00 in advance from, include:

Wireless headphones  tune in & turn on
Competing DJ's  wig out to your fave raves
Free Deadly Cocktail  there'll be blood on the dance floor!
Entry into Special Day of the Dead raffle 
Prizes for best dressed Senor and Senorita 

A top line-up of local DJ's will keep your feet firmly on the dance floor with a selection of the best banging party tunes, decadent disco hits and old-skool hedonism.  It's a fancy dress thing - the more skulls the merrier (but of course you don't have to).  The best dressed Senor and Senorita will be crowned "King and Queen of the Dead". Everybody gets a free cocktail on arrival, and there'll be lots of extra scary stuff too. Proceeds go towards funding the New Cross & Deptford free film festival 2014'.

Also at the Hill Station, a new season of Cinetopia starts next Friday 18th October - the night with a mystery feature film, a two course themed meal and a film quiz. The first film in the season is described as 'a funny and honest tale of Brooklyn bohemians behaving badly. Artistic failure leads to marriage break-up which affects adolescent sons in different ways. A quirky and wise American indie'. Further details on facebook

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