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The Vintage Guide To London | February 24, 2018

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Crossfire 60s night

Crossfire 60s night

The most popular vintage 60s music club night in the capital is back with a  stellar line-up.

Crossfire brings together all the different elements of the London 60s music scene for a big night of pure underground partying. The 1000 capacity venue in the heart of Central London home to Le Beat Bespoké, Nutty New Year and New Untouchables live promotions has three rooms of action with an all night bar.

NORTHERN SOUL popularity in the UK has never waned but since the success of the film ‘NORTHER SOUL’ it has reached a whole new generation who are pacing the floorboards You can witness those amazing dance moves on our huge wooden dance floor in the main ballroom to a soundtrack of the best Northern Soul classics from London’s favourite soul clubs past and present including DJ’s Ady Croasdell, Jim Watson, Irish Greg, Dawn & Nick Brown and Val Palmer.

The BEAT BASEMENT is hosted by the Mousetrap all-nighters in Finsbury Park. Resident DJ Dr Robert (Le Beat Bespoke) is joined by 2 Pete’s (Perfumed Garden), Carlo Sesto (Italy) + 3 brilliant young live bands. Expect the primest Beat, Garage, Psych sounds and gorgeous go-go dancers set to a backdrop of kaleidoscopic visuals. Arrive early as the first band starts 10.30pm.

The R&B ROOM is hosted by London promoters the New Untouchables with authentic Rhythm and Blues, Ska/Reggae and Club Soul on the menu from resident DJ Rob Bailey and special guests Roger Banks, Lady Kamikaze, Craig Reece and Cello from top authentic R&B joints.

Sat 10 October
11pm till 6am

229 The Venue
229 Great Portland Street
London W1W 5PN

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Nearest Tube: Great Portland Street