EQUAL PARTS // DISCO, HOUSE AND MORE TILL 4 AM
29 Friday 29th November

EQUAL PARTS // DISCO, HOUSE AND MORE TILL 4 AM

Grow

98C Main Yard, Wallis Road, Hackney Wick,, London, E9 5LN

Price: Not Specified
Time: 20:00 - 04:00

For Equal Parts' 1st birthday we're throwing an extended party at GROW Hackney.

To celebrate, we've invited not one, but two selectors for your listening pleasure. Part of the 'Like That Though' collective, Bobby Ellis Bextor will be bringing his eclectic mix of hiphop, disco, house and broken beat early on.

Closing our birthday celebrations with her carefully selected blend of techno, acid, breakbeat and 90s rave throwbacks that deserve reviving will be Sim Senhora, a Berlin-based Scottish-Iranian DJ who has played and run parties in Dundee, London and Lisbon since 2013.
As always, the Equal Parts residents will also be on hand with only the very finest house, disco and techno melodies.

Free before 10, £5 After
With:
Sim Senhora
Bobby Ellis Bextor
+ residents DJ Nick / fairground / Chris Beck / Hannibal Selectah

About Grow, Hackney
An Experiment in Ethical and Sustainable Business.
Grow is an independent and self-organised eco-system of studios and a creative space with bars and a kitchen, created out of an old sausage factory by the River Lea in Hackney Wick. We work in partnership with artists, musicians, DJ's and community groups and host a diverse programme of events, including: live jazz and blues, open deck reggae, workshops and talks and art/film festivals. Grow pays London Living Wage, uses eco-electricity, sources ethically and locally and is free entry, wherever possible. We currently serve a seasonal menu and range of drinks, including organic wines and prosecco, cocktails, homemade Hackney Spiced Rum, cask ale and also offer a range of soft drinks including Kompassion Kombucha, Rejuce, Charitea, tea and Union Coffee..
www.growhackney.co.uk / https://www.growhackneystudios.com/

Category: Nightlife | Nightclub

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