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Celebrate the launch of Counter Culture for things to do in London
Published: Friday 24th of September 2010
Visitors planning their trips to London attractions such as the Curzon Soho Cinema can make the most of the new club opening while they are in the capital.
Counter Culture is the place to be in town and promises visitors an interesting and entertaining time.
The pop-up space next to London Bridge will kick off 99 days of complete activities.
Live sets include artistes like Ross Allen, The Whip, HVN JBX and The Invisible to name a few.
The venue is sure to appeal to a wide range of music lovers, offering a mix of funk, indie, dubstep, techno as well as electro.
Those interested in more literary pursuits could also benefit from the spoken word evenings to be held at Counter Culture, while film nights are also on the cards.
Visitors could also catch the musical Flashdance which premiers at the West End this September.
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Posted by Kevin Smith
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