Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Disco Shed

One of the stars of this year's Latitude Festival according to shedworker Nikki Spencer was the Disco Shed. A garden office atmosphere that's truly individual, it is the brainchild of
club promoters and keen festival goers Patrick 'Peepshow Paddy' Bickerton and Aidan 'Count Skylarkin' Larkin who were inspired by parties in their own shed. The Disco Shed is a converted 8 x 6 ft Billy Oh garden shed which is completely mobile and as the chaps say:
"takes the best elements of modern clubbing but disguises it amongst all the stuff you‘d find in your Dad’s old shed, to make a truly unique entertainment space and novel curiosity, guaranteed to intrigue & interest, amuse & amaze at all times. By day, chill out and enjoy the good-time garden party vibe, with classic garden games, and Jane Fonda workouts. Then dance the night away to top quality DJ sets, with a full light show and live visuals on the shed's giant rooftop screen."
They'll next be performing at The Big Chill August 1, 2 and 3. Have a look around in the video below as Patrick is interviewed by Rufus Hound from BBC3 at the Reading Festival.And a quick search reveals that, naturally, it's also on

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