Club night for learning disabled people and their friends celebrates International Women’s Day

Posted On 02 Mar 2019 at 10:16 pm
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Carousel’s Blue Camel Club will be at The Old Market, which is located 11a Upper Market Street, Hove, BN3 1AS on Monday 25th March from 7pm, with doors at 6:45pm.

In the month that holds International Women’s Day, female musicians take centre stage.
Headlining is Carousel band Dancing Rock Queens, a female guitar led trio whose hip-shaking, toe-tapping anthems has become a favourite amongst the dancers at the Blue Camel Club. Also playing is the Fuzzbomb Flashband with Jolene Wild on guitar and vocals, plus a spot from DJ Kiana.

Started in 2000, the club offers a genuine clubbing experience in a safe and accessible environment for people with a learning disability. Presenting only the very best in learning disabled performers, the club is a showcase for high quality learning disabled talent from around UK.

With a host of DJ’s, visuals, bar and chill-out space, the club is an important fixture for learning disabled people who have limited opportunities to meet and mingle, dance and hear great bands. The event is planned and presented by the 12-strong learning disabled team and regularly attracts 300+ clubbers from across Sussex.

“If it didn’t happen I would be sitting around at home and no-one would be able to get out. It’s a really good night”. Chris Love, Blue Camel Committee member and DJ

Blue Camel Club is on Monday 25 March, 7pm-10pm at The Old Market, Hove
Tickets: £5 / £1 carers Advance booking recommended,so purchase your tickets from HERE.


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