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Listings Monday 17th – 23rd October

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Truffle Shuffle @ Bacchus.
Rock’n’Roll, Surf, Rhythm & Blues.  £2 before 11 with flyer, £4 all night without. 10pm-3am.
Monday Madness @ Oceana. Student night with DJ’s playing Retro, Cheese, Pop, and Chart music. £5 entry.

Just a Groove @ Bacchus.
Funk, Soul, Disco, Rare Groove.£2 before 11 with flyer, £4 all night without. 10pm-3am.

Fuzzy Logic @ Oceana. Student night with drink deals and DJs playing a mix of mainstream dance, electro and indie. We’ll join you in the queue outside Wilkinson. £5.50 entry.
Riot @ Bacchus. Alternative, Metal, Punk, Hardcore. £2 before 11 with flyer, £4 all night without. 10pm-3am.


New Slang @ The Hippodrome.
Kingston’s famous indie dance disco. Drink offers and money off entry with a flyer. 9pm-2am.
Rump Shaker @ Bacchus. Electro, Hip Hop, Drum & Bass, Dub Step, Grime. £2 entry before 11 with flyer, £4 all night without. 10pm-3am.

Vodka Love @ Ama-gi. Kingston’s only student night on a Friday = cheap drinks and no ‘chavs, dirty old pervs or sticky carpets’ according to the Facebook group. It all sounds quite promising. 9pm-3am.

Crack Comedy @ The Grey Horse. Pay people to make you laugh with stand-up from some of the UK’s top comedy acts.  £7 with NUS, £11 without. Book early to avoid disappointment. Doors 8pm.

D.A.N.C.E @ The Hippodrome. Chart, dance and indie spread across three rooms. £4 before 11/ £6 after. First 100 people get in free. 10pm-2am

Outdoor cinema @ The Albert.
Starts 7pm. Free.  Request films on their website.

Fancy something a little different?

Wednesday 19th October Carlito @ The Dublin Castle, Camden. You may know these guys from around Kingston, especially Knights Park where they host an open mic night every other week. Tickets £6 on the door. 8pm- till late.

Saturday 12th November London Roller Derby @ Earls Court Brompton Hall. The London Roller Girls kick off their fourth season.  4pm- 9pm. Tickets on sale soon.

Secret Speakeasy @ The Mayor of Scaredy Cat Town, Spitalfields. Cocktail bar hidden behind a Smeg fridge. To visit Scaredy Cat Town ask to “see the mayor” to staff at The Breakfast Club Spitalfields. This place gets busy so be prepared to wait!

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