Come celebrate 8 years with Jungle
One big anniversary, one Book Club, and we’ll be painting it read…
You don’t need no library card, but birthday cards, they’ll be warmly received; there’ll be no late returns, just many happy returns; and there’s no exclusivity to this club of ours – with arms wide open, Jungle simply wants to mark this epic moment on November 25th with our nearest and dearest all around.
We can’t get our heads round it either, but yes it has really been 8 years that we’ve been printing this here monthly magazine, showcasing all the coolest Brasilian and Latin American culture in the UK, and that calls for a huge send off. But puns aside, we want to see our dear readers, subscribers, collaborators, partners and friends, all in one place, all having fun.
Introspective as this time is for Jungle, we’ve been pondering the past, present and future a great deal. And picking out one of our favourite new bars in East London, we’ve summoned our old pal DJ Cliffy to get the party started, who himself has been busy rounding up all the sounds under the sun back in Brasil. And if you didn’t get to see our newfound friends (see below) opening Adriana Calcanhotto’s gig at the Union Chapel, you can catch the young Fran & Josh laying down some frenetic acoustic flamenco in the basement.
And could any JD party truly be complete without the king of mashups, the ever-faithful João Brasil? Nope, in a Brasil nutshell. So the soundtrack’s in place, the guests have all been invited, all that remains is that we do Jungle justice. See you there!
What’s in store on the night?
Fran & Josh
Top 3 Reasons
Last dance – winding up yet another fun year of JD events and gigs, this marks the last of our parties for 2010, so let your hair down drag your friends along and let’s do JD’s 8th anniversary justice.
Fatboy Slim – is not likely to drop in, but his favourite Brasilian DJ as he recently revealed, the illustrious João Brasil, will be taking the party into the early hours of the night with his trademark mashups and baile funk antic.
Ping pong – forget the Book Club’s smooth décor and ambient chill out spots, for heaven’s sake there’s a ping pong table upstairs, mighty fine for settling any disputes, plus a pool table downstairs!
It’s gonna be a massive night. We’re all going to be there, and we’ll look forward to seeing you there too!
Thursday 25th November 2010
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