Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Strictly come bowling with The Disco Shed

If you know the Disco Shed from the likes of the Big Chill, Latitude or Reading, you'll know that bootylicious party soundsystem beats go hand in hand with big-kid-turned-grown-up games and kitsch visual reminisce of when Lion-o meant more in life than vin-o.

Well Strike me down and Bowl me over! The Disco Shed is chuffed to announce its inaugural appearance at central London's home to fun, Bloomsbury Lanes (basenent of Tavistock Hotel, Bedford Way), where with the aid of an actual shed, the Disco Shed will be recreating all that it has become famous for in its natural festival setting this Friday, September 25, 9pm - 3am. And in the name of shedonism - all you need to do is email with a list of names to get FREE entry.

10-pin bowling, table football and giant twister are laid on exclusively for disco shedonists, with musical entertainment from Queen of the Disco Shed Miss Splinters while Wailers tour DJ, Count Skylarkin', the shed's resident Arthur Fowler DJ BarryDark, and head of shed Peepshow Paddy and lay on the disco mash-uppery to ensure that those bowling slippers Transform into dancing shoes.

And speaking of Transformers, the Shed's VJ, VGem, will be projecting live visuals, while Bloomsbury Lane's original '50s movie theatre will be abetting a stroll down memory lane, with screenings of your favourite cartoons and youf shows of yore, with the likes of Skeletor, Burt off Trap Door, Dangermouse, Schnarf, Stop it and Tidyup, Pat Sharp's hair do, Bouncer's dream, and Zippy, George and Bungle bound to appear.

This will be a special one! Remember, email for Guest List
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