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EVENT: East London Club Night returns

Following the success of last year’s event, Sunday November 3rd sees the welcome return of club night REsET, in support of CALM and to celebrate the memory of lost friends.

Actually taking place throughout the day from midday – 10pm on Nov 3rd, Guest DJs include Fuse, mUmU, Cerca Trova, Zoo Project, RESeT, We Love…, Spilt Milk and many more.

Men all too often bottle up their emotions and keep their feelings to themselves. Whilst women love to talk, men frequently don’t, and mental health issues feature highly on the taboo list.

Now is the time to talk, listen, and talk some more. Nobody should ever feel they have to stay silent and nobody should ever feel so alone that they have nobody to turn too.

In an attempt to create more awareness of a subject that has sadly affected many of us in recent times, and is likely to affect many of us at some point in our lives, in memory of lost friends and in recognition of the work that CALM carry out, a team of East London promoters, DJ’s and friends are throwing another RESeT party.

All proceeds from this party will be donated to the charity, and with the venue, sound, DJ’s and staff all being very generously offered for free we hope to raise an abundance of money and awareness for this worthy cause.

We hope your support will promote communication, happiness and help SAVE THE MALE!

RESeT, Sunday 3rd November 2012, 12.00-00.00 Bells Of Shoreditch, E2 8DA.

£5 minimum donation. Tickets will also be available via Resident Advisor.

DJ’s:
Nic & Kaleb
Daniel Lopez
Scott Martin
Lee Rands
Chris Maran
D.E.S.
Jamie Funk
Daniel Grindy
Pete Carvell
Andy Bone
Tred Benedict
Antony DiFrancesco

 

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