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Boogie Cafe is coming to Leek

By Leek Post and Times  |  Posted: July 26, 2014

Boogie Cafe Nights are coming to Leek.

Boogie Cafe Nights are coming to Leek.

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A popular city music night is coming to Leek.

The organisers of the Boogie Cafe nights in Hanley are bringing a series of special parties to the newly renovated Old Central in Leek.

Four DJ's will be playing boogie, funk, and disco with the aim of providing a fun and friendly atmosphere.

DJ Nick Reede, who has been DJing since the eighties, explained the formation of the popular music slots: "The Boogie Cafe club nights started at the beginning of 2013 at the Old Brown Jug in Newcastle before moving to their current residency at the Exchange Bar in Hanley.

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"Created as an alternative to run of the mill dance nights, it was set up by a number of DJ's with their roots firmly planted in 70's disco/funk and 80's boogie and rare groove.

"As well as myself, DJ BigNick, there is originating member Mr Peach who has had other successful indie nights such as Step On in London and Stoke, the famous Trevor M who has been DJing since the 1970's and was resident at The Place nightclub, and there is Disco Dick who has been playing around Stoke."

The debut Boogie Cafe for Leek will be staged on Saturday, August 2, at 8pm at the Market Street venue.

Nick said: "The decision to bring the night to Leek for a series of special parties was a simple one as there is a great friendly, party atmosphere in the town with a huge array of musical talent and people who are up for a boogie.

"The nights will be hosted at the newly renovated Old Central, with its hugely supportive management and staff. There will be no excuse not to get up and dance with a heady mix of disco and boogie party tunes all night."

Admission for the Boogie Cafe Night at The Old Central will be £5 on the door.

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