The 433 Presents:
Apocalypse Survival Guide
The Millennium Bug Bites Back
Islington Metal Works
Straight off the back of saving the world from the Mayan gods, The 433 are back in another epic battle to save mankind.
The 433 invite you to get your best 90's geek on and join Professor Fugly on his mission to save the world from the evil Millennium Bug.
Like Terminator you'll travel through our timewarp miniaturiser to be transported back into the 90's and shrunk into the circuitry of a super computer ravaged by the Drag Queen Bug.
Once inside you'll venture upstairs into Professor Fugly's Hip Hop laboratory and see how he and his hacker homeboys are preparing to battle the bug. Then after heading to the bar to receive an immunising shot, you'll make your way downstairs to see how preparations are going for the Y2K pop party palace. Watch out though, there will be bugs creeping in dark corners waiting to drag you off into their lair and infect you with the virus.
You'll notice also that time itself has changed since venturing through the timewarp miniaturiser. Like double daylight savings, the clocks all seem to be two hours slow. You'll need to be keeping an eye on new time because as NYE Y2K approaches, Professor Fugly will need your help to find the drag queen bug's lair so that you can help him destroy her.
As the end of the second Mellenia looms, will you have done enough for Professor Fugly to be able to lead you into the 21st century unscaved??
3 Rooms of massive 90's Tunes playing the best in 90's Jungle, Rave, House, Garage, Hip Hop and Pop.
The Bugs Lair:
Larry Sun (The 433)
Ferme La Bouche (Where's Nana?)
The Hip Hop Laboratory
Fife (Yeah, Maybe)
Cornel (Yeah Maybe)
Y2K Pop Party Palace
Bright Light Bright Light (Another Night)
Le Guiton (The 433)
Thomas Jardinier (The 433)
Release your inner 90's geek.
Fancy dress is essential, if you don't make the effort, the world will end.
Super Geeks - 5 pounds of dolly the sheep
Chic Geek - 8 pounds of dolly the sheep
Normal Geek - 10 pounds of dolly the sheep
Lazy Geek - 15 pounds of dolly the sheep
More if you leave it until you get to the timewarp miniaturiser.
The Red Hand Gallery is a place of personal intrigue and mystical force. The garden was inspired by Louis Majorelle and his gardens in Marrakech, as well as a love of nature which is spread so thinly on the earth. The gallery walls are curated by Sam and currently host artwork from 24 local and international artists alike. A new show is usually opened every couple of weeks. New artists are encouraged to submit work to the show and to come for a coffee and a chat at the gallery.
The Tufnell Park Tavern is a happening local pub with a seperate cafe and a resturaunt , there is also a market and a pop up boutique (artisan skins) on Saturdays.
Rainbow TheatreDistance: 0.9 miTourist Information 232-238 Seven Sisters Rd, Finsbury Park, London, United Kingdom London, N4 3
Rainbow Theatre is a Grade II*-listed building located in Finsbury Park, London, England. Built as a cinema in 1930, it later became well known as a music venue and is now a Pentecostal church.HistoryFormer Stage Manager, Rick Burton has published a website with a detailed history of who has performed at the theatre and when.CinemaWhen it opened in 1930, the Astoria Cinema was one of the largest in the world. Standing at the junction of Isledon Road and Seven Sisters Road on an island site, it was the fourth of the famous London suburban Astoria Theatres built by film exhibitor Arthur Segal. It was opened on 29 September 1930: there were three other Astorias, Streatham, Old Kent Road and Brixton. It was in use as a cinema until September 1971 when it was permanently given over to live music – although rock concerts had been a feature throughout the 1960s.The plain faience exterior, designed by Edward A. Stone, acted as a foil to a lavish 'atmospheric interior' by Somerford & Barr, with decoration carried out by Marc-Henri and G. Laverdet. A Moorish foyer with a goldfish-filled fountain (which survives today) led to an auditorium recalling an Andalucian village at night, with seating for 3,040. The stage, deep and spanned by a 64ft proscenium arch, was equipped with a twin-console Compton 3-manual/13-rank theatre organ (opened by G. T. Pattman). Backstage, there were 12 dressing rooms. The opening night, 29 September 1930, featured Ronald Colman in Condemned and a Gala Stage Spectacle, with artists from the other Astoria Theatres making a special engagement on the stage.
With two theatre spaces, a studio for outreach work and a café bar, Park Theatre has been praised by the national press:
"A spanking new five-star neighbourhood theatre" Independent
"A stunning £2.5 million playhouse" Guardian
"A first-rate new theatre in north London" Daily Telegraph
"This smart new Finsbury Park venue." Evening Standard
"North London is lucky to have such a venue" Daily Mail
We produce films that capture moments you can watch for years to come.
Filming on Canon 5D Mk2 DLSR cameras in 1080i High-Definition ensures that the highest quality of image is achieved. You can chose between a selection of a ONE or a TWO camera setup, recording from Bridal Preparations to an Hour past the First Dance.
We always find it best to meet with you in person to discuss who we are and work out exactly what you want. It's just a friendly meeting - (So you know that we're nice people!) - You don't have to agree to anything upon this meeting!
After you're happy with what you're buying, we will send you a contract, to make sure that you're happy with everything that we had previously discussed - And to make sure that we will definitely both be there on the day!
Below is an example of what we will provide for you on your special day:
- 10 Hours of filming
- 1 or 2 Camera people
- Between 5-10 Hours of Raw footage (If requested)
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- Full ceremony
- Cutting of Cake
- First Dance
- +1 Hour after the First Dance
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Belitha Palace Distance: 1.5 miTourist Information 15A Belitha Villas Islington, United Kingdom
Hammerton Brewery is a microbrewery based in Islington brewing small batch beers with the aim to bring great tasting beer back to the borough and also re-establish the Hammerton Brewery name in London.
Our beers are based both on modern and traditional brewing technics. The team are lovers of all things beer and our beers are influenced not just by English beers but the great beers found across the globe.
The team consist of Lee (Owner/ Brewer), Karina (Commercial) and Sam (Head Brewer).
Our emphasis is on taste and using the best quality ingredients possible. Good beer takes time and patience.
City Belts and Bearings Limited was established in 1988 and over the period of the last 20 plus years our product portfolio has grown immensely in line with the requirements of our customers who are solely Facilities Management Companies and Maintenance Service Providers.