- Published on Wednesday, 03 October 2012 12:27
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This Friday night Shoreditch's Village Underground looks set to be given the full Berlin makeover as it hosts an exclusive viewing of Bar25, a film documenting the incredible story of one of the German capital's wildest and most interesting clubs. Famous for inverting and flipping all types of social conventions on their head, Bar 25 was set up by four like-minded individuals, intent on using music, film and art to create a space where people could express themselves as freely and openly as they wished. Despite profits of over â‚¬2 million a year, the four founders lived in a caravan on the club site and even shared a toilet. Bar25 follows Lotta, Danny, Christoph and Juval and provides, for the first time, an in-depth insight into their unorthodox worlds.
To commemorate this exclusive, one-off London showing, Village Underground, in-conjunction with Half Baked, will be adorning the interior with an array of cushions, pouffes and sofas and there will be popcorn, face painting and other fun fantastical activities for people to enjoy. The film kicks off around 10.30pm and lasts ninety minutes. Danny Faber and Dirty Doering, two of the original Bar 25 residents, will be spinning after the showing, with Georgio Oniani playing before. Promising to be one of the most challenging and inspirational clubbing films ever made, this is one party not to pass up.
MEOKO are offering one lucky winner the chance to win a pair of tickets to the screening. All you have to do is answer this very simple question:
Bar 25 was located on the banks of the river...
Doors open at 8pm on Friday 5th October and close at 04am. The film runs between 10.30pm and midnight. Tickets are available online now for Â£10; more OTD.
Georgio Oniani : 8pm â€“ 10:30pm
Bar 25 movie (Screening) : 10:30pm â€“ 00am
Danny Faber : 00am â€“ 2am
Dirty Doering : 2am â€“ 4am