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Preview: Some Voices Presents 🗓

Friday 24 February

Join us and relive the decadence, drama and debauchery of this iconic night club through the undeniable power of 500 voices.

Studio 54 and the spirit of disco allowed a new kind of freedom; a place where there were no rules, where barriers were broken and difference was celebrated, where inhibitions were left behind and where anybody could be somebody.

We invite you celebrate this with Some Voices – expect some serious sounds, expect discomania and dancing, expect glitter and glamour, and expect the unexpected…

For tickets and more information view the event page here.

Paul Kalkbrenner Presents: Back To The Future 🗓

Thursday 16 Feb

Entering totally new ground, Paul Kalkbrenner’s new ‘Back To The Future’ concept is based on his famous ‘Back To The Future’ mix tape series, a trilogy that highlights his personal history of electronic music’s arrival to Germany during his teenage years.

Renewing and digitalising all of his old music collection to sound fresh and new, Kalkbrenner has given his early back catalogue a makeover with all tracks sounding delectably current. Rolling Stone magazine described it as a “Viral Techno history lesson”. Whilst Mixmag said that Back To The Future is “A Musical account of Germany’s pivotal dance music scene”.

This experience will take you on a historical journey, but this is in no way a retro or old school show by any means. This is a celebration of where this music originated and where it is heading moving forward, henceforth ‘Back To The Future’. Electronic Groove explains that the concept “Exists to take listeners away from the everyday from the weekly grind into rapture – into art, ecstasy, absurdity, friendship, hope and love.”

Paul Kalkbrenner brings Back To The Future to London’s brand new cultural and music space Printworks for the very first time on April 29th.

TOYOTA: THE NIGHT THAT FLOWS AT PRINTWORKS 🗓

Tuesday 14 Feb

Milla Jovovich, actress and model, starred in the world’s first ever drive through immersive theatre experience, to launch the new Toyota C-HR. The seven-scene interactive production – entitled ‘The Night That Flows’ – was staged within Printworks London. The experience saw over 100 guests immersed in the story of one amazing fictional night as they flowed through five European cities, including Berlin, Milan, Paris, Barcelona and London.

The event was created by a team comprised of some of the worlds finest theatrical and technical design talent, all brought together under The Department’s Creative Directors Jonny Grant and Hamish Jenkinson, with Jessica Rees Middleton as Executive Producer.  Performance direction from James Seager and Joe Hufton from London’s immersive theatrical group Les Enfants Terribles, international award winning set designer takis, projection from Dick Straker at Mesmer. Flashpack, an award winning creative studio were on site to photograph guests producing stunning moments that people are able to share on their social channels. Event Production and Video Capture of the event was also led by The Department team, and Producer Mark Arrigo to best encapsulate the immersive aspects of this journey and bring it to an audience outside of those lucky enough to attend.

Preview: Beavertown Extravaganza. 🗓

Thursday 02 February

The Beavertown Extravaganza brings over 70 of the world’s best breweries together for a celebration of craft beer at Printworks London.

The two-day event, which takes place on Friday 8th September and Saturday 9th September, will showcase the world’s top brewing talent. Each brewery is to serve two taps of beer, which will be rotated over the event. The beers served have been carefully sourced and will be in peak condition, served by the brewers themselves.

Breweries taking part include Boneyard Beer, Firestone Walker, Lost Abbey, Pizza Port, Other Half Brewing Company, Dogfish Head Brewery, Mikkeller, Modern Times Beer, Wild Beer Co. and many more.

The Beavertown Extravaganza also launches the 2017 Rainbow Project collaborations. Talks, break-out sessions and seminars curated by top beer journalists will all be taking place during the event.

Logan Plant, Beavertown Owner Founder said: “We are so excited to finally be planning our very own festival ‘The Beavertown Extravaganza’. Getting a selection of amazing brewers and friends together all under one roof has been a dream since I started brewing back in the kitchen of Duke’s Brew & Que five years ago. The “Printworks London” space is phenomenal and we are lucky to have found a venue that matches up to the stellar brewing talent we are going to fill it with in September!”