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Music For A Winter's Night
Kick starting December and the countdown to Christmas off very nicely sees Shoreditch Church open it's doors and welcome locals in for a night of festivities and song, oh and a free mince pie and a mulled wine! Following the success of last year, Adrian Roye & the Exiles return to curate their second 'Music For A Winter's Night' in the stunning surrounds of the church. Tickets available for £8 on (£10 on the door).
Thursday 7pm, Shoreditch Church, Shorditch High Street , E1
Road To Nowhere
Through a Labyrinth of cascading worlds, the magic of The Road to Nowhere will start to reveal itself and play tricks on you. An evening of surprises featuring music, art and film; the Labyrinth is an experience you won’t forget and an introduction to a unique concept that will evolve into a festival in summer 2012. Friday 2nd December. Free entry.
Friday 7.30pm, Gasworks East, 29-32 The Oval, E2
The Waterline
Brand new restaurant The Waterline is the latest new eating edition to the De Beauvoir area. Placing itself aptly on the waterfront of the Regent's Canal. With a hearty impressive menu, great modern bar, huge dance floor with projector and views of the wonderful water, this looks like it may be all round great new haunt.
The Waterline, 46 De Beauvoir Crescent, N1
Detroit, A Lovely City
Although Detroit is reminiscent of a ghost town, the musical output of the origins of techno still influences us today. The Real Scene Serie by Resident Advisor tries to crystallise the essence of the local scene and to give us insight into the booming underground of Motor City Detroit.

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