23 April 2014
The Londoner's Guide to London
Bored with the same old cheesy disco scene? Then check out Yoyo at Notting Hill Arts Club for a shot of something new. The pioneering arts and music venue is holding a series of Yoyo nights on Thursdays hosted by hip hop lovers Seb Chew and Leo Greenslade, featuring an enviable line up of up and coming musicians.
Yoyo at Notting Hill Arts Club
With fresh talent and live music from some of the most exciting acts on the London underground music scene, Yoyo at Notting Hill Arts Club is well worth a look if you want a memorable night during the week. To complement the live performances on offer, DJs Seb Chew and Leo Greenslade provide an eclectic mix of sounds, from 80s boogie and soul all the way to hip hop and drum and bass.
La Roux and New York indie funk group The Virgins are just some of the acts that have appeared live during Yoyo at Notting Hill Arts Club in the past, with more emerging talent and cutting edge acts promised for future events. Other live acts that you might expect to see at future club nights include Shadez The Misfit, The Bleeding Knees Club and Katie Jayne.
Yoyo at Notting Hill Arts Club takes place from 7pm - 2am every Thursday. Admission is £5.00 before 11pm and £7.00 after.
Please note that there are no tickets available on the door - you must book a spot on the guest list in advance from the following link.
Notting Hill Arts Club Official Site
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