With the current disco revival still in full swing, this immersive night from the Future Cinema creative bods looks set to be a surefire winner. From mid-June to early July, a series of events will salute ultimate '70s disco flick 'Saturday Night Fever' by transforming Limehouse venue The Troxy into a gleaming replica of Odyssey 2001, the club from the film where John Travolta spawned a billion dancefloor imitations. After a screening of the film, punters are let loose into a glitterball-strewn disco paradise, where you can ape Travolta's moves and murder the Bee Gees' falsetto notes 'til your heart's content. Everyone's favourite disco hedonists Horse Meat Disco will be on hand to bring some contemporary club grooves to the party, and renowned singer Kym Mazelle – she of the 'Young Hearts Run Free' discoed-up cover – will be appearing at three of the dates (15 and 21 June, 4 July) to belt out some classic tunes from the era as only she knows how. Dig out those flares and practice your best Travolta stance – this is the nearest you'll get to '70s disco bliss without a time machine.