It's Easter, so surely there's no better way to celebrate the second coming of Christ than by raving your noggin off in a north London stable. Yes, those folk at Proud Camden are transforming the gallery/venue into something resembling a church, complete with stain glass windows, an altar and a confession chamber for the tidal wave of sinners. Unlike a church they've got a 4am license, and what's more they've snared the legendary Phil Hartnoll, one half of rave masters and funny glasses pioneers Orbital, to play a set. Main room electro-houser and trapster – and mate of Jay-Z – Jacob Plant and Italo-disco head Tom Neville support. Guaranteed to be an explosive Sunday service.
The Church of Proud