Club Soda Croydon and Bad Apple give opportunities to young DJs with learning disabilities

By - Monday 24th November, 2014

A pioneering South London club night returns to Croydon’s Bad Apple, featuring talented DJs and MCs from South London with learning disabilities. 

Club Soda DJs.
Photo by Club Soda, used with permission.

Release begins: The Soda Crew was established by Club Soda in 2009 to support several talented DJs with learning disabilities to improve their technique and get opportunities to play at club nights up and down the country. There are currently 10 DJs in the Soda Crew, each of whom has unique musical taste and personality behind the decks.

The Soda Crew’s quarterly residency at award winning night club, Bad Apple, has seen club nights become increasingly popular with audiences of 200+ at each and every event. The atmosphere is always positive, friendly and inclusive with a good mix of disabled and non-disabled clubbers.

Soda Crew DJs are supported to develop their technique at dedicated training sessions each week run by the magnificent Nick Carling of Fresh Track. The quarterly Club night is produced by Club Soda, who runs some of London’s most popular learning disability arts events, including integrated gigs, theatre performances and art exhibitions.

DJ/MC Mennis
Reggae – Hip Hop – House
DJ Soul Sista
Funk – Soul – Rare Groove – Disco
DJ Flashback
Disco – House – Dance
DJ Tony Cool
House – Pop – Charts
DJ Bubbles
Pop – Charts – Dance
DJ Smithy
DJ Slim
Reggae – Disco – Hip Hop

Advance tickets are available from £3 (£5 on the door). Book online or for more information and updates as they happen, join the Facebook event.

Release ends.

Release provider: Club Soda Croydon.



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