Hot Dub Time Machine

  • Clubs
  • Pop
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Chris Murray

Travel through time whilst clubbing? Don't mind if we do, thanks. After proving a big hit at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and around the globe, the innovative audiovisual party lands in London again.

The event's founder, DJ Tom Loud, transports the audience back to 1954, spinning an iconic tune from each year (in chronological order), leading all the way up to the present. The whole thing is accompanied through a heady combination of classic songs and visuals – mixed live by Loud – and the audience is encouraged to sing, dance, go wild and generally act like they're in 'the world's first time travelling dance party', which they kind of are.

In terms of tunes, get ready to groove to anything and eveything from The Beatles to Beyoncé. And bring your flux capacitor.

Read our interview with Hot Dub Time Machine founder Tom Loud.

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