After two sell-out nights of old-school disco at The Social, we had to arrange a follow-up
On March 16th Lost In Disco returns to The Social in Little Portland Street W1. Disco, soul, funk, rare groove and assorted 70s and 80s dance bangers on what will be our tenth birthday night!
We’re absolutely delighted to be joined for a set by Andrew Levy from funk legends The Brand New Heavies! This is going to be special…!
We’ll be dishing out the retro party bangers from the word go, with massive disco hits from the likes of Earth Wind & Fire, Chaka Khan, The Jacksons and Chic, plus lashings of funk, soul, rare groove, Philadelphia, the odd guilty pleasure and the spirit of Studio 54.
Tickets strictly limited to 150 gyrating party people.Tickets £8.50 advance, £10.00 on the door. 8.00pm – 1.00am
These are joyful nights with a wonderful, mixed, friendly crowd who fill the dancefloor early and keep going all night – in the true spirit of disco, love really is the message.
The west end’s best-kept secret, The Social is an intimate basement venue with a great sound system that has hosted the likes of Adele, Aphex Twin, Hot Chip, Beck, The Chemical Brothers, Jessie J, Jack White, Laura Marling, The Charlatans, Fat Boy Slim, Florence and the Machine, Bon Iver, Saint Etienne, Lily Allen, Andrew Weatherall and Jane Weaver.
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We don’t issue physical tickets, but names are added to the door list. When you arrive, identify yourself to the door staff and you’ll be checked off.
“Thank you for the BEST night ever. You played some real floor fillers and brought the funk and the disco. Such good times!”
“They played the crowd perfectly and had them dancing for 5 hours solid. Today I’m aching all over with blisters on my feet but can’t stop raving about it to anyone that will listen. Can’t wait to attend again.”
“We love you guys! Best in the business! What a night!”
“A GREAT night. Can’t wait for the next one. A monthly residency please!”
“Such a great night. I needed a back up pair of dancing shoes!”