Dirty Pretty Things, Hadouken!, Horrors for London party

And 40 NME.COM users can get free guestlist

Dirty Pretty Things, Hadouken!, Horrors for London party
Dirty Pretty Things' Didz Hammond, Hadouken!'s James Smith, The Horrors' Faris Rotter and Audio Bullys are among the acts set to DJ at the forthcoming Big Learner Dancer Xmas Party at new London venue 36 on Shaftesbury Avenue on December 5.

Soho Dolls and The Supernovas will play live at the bash, while other DJs set to take the decks include Towers Of London's Donny Tourette.

Organisers are offering the first 20 NME.COM users to get in touch with them two free guestlist places at the bash.

Email della@thebreakfastgroup.co.uk with "NME" as the subject matter to apply.

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