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Day of the Dead Silent Disco

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by Bryony Harrison (subscribe)
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There'll be Blood on the Dance Floor don't want to wake up too many souls this holiday. If you plan on partying, best do it quietly. But how do you party quietly? You have a silent disco of course.

The Hill Station Cafe is holding a silent disco on the 1st November from 7.30pm, and it is set to be a fabulously fluorescent, luminously lovely, ultra violet, psychedelic experience. The event is being hosted to raise money for the fourth New Cross & Deptford Free Film Festival, which is scheduled for 24th April to 4th May 2015. Last year's event screen forty films across twenty-two venues, and they want to make this year bigger and better. Tickets to the disco are 15 and include head phones, a choice of three DJs, a complementary (but deadly) cocktail, and a prize for the best dressed Senor and Senorita, who will be crowned King and Queen of the Dead.

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Why? Fun for music lovers
When: 1st Nov
Phone: 020 7635 2955
Where: The Hill Station Cafe
Cost: 15
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